Tarnfarben Vol 1
Tarnfarben Vol 1 2nd Edition By Oliver Lock. Due to popular demand we have reprinted Tarnfarben Volume 1. This 2nd edition is only available through Military Mode and our sister company Regimentals. The original 1st edition was sold out within a few months. In the book we feature in depth details on camouflage paint and its application. For collectors, this work is a must to help protect yourse... read more
Fallschirmjager volume 2 by Roly Pickering is the eagerly anticipated new publication by Military Mode. Following the successful volume 1 covering helmets and smocks, this 2nd volume examines, in fine detail, the manufacture, design and history of German Paratrooper trousers, boots and para specific equipment.
Some rare 'unknown to many' items are unearthed, the Fallschirmjager a... read more
A pictorial study of the German visored field cap by Daniel Fisher & Oliver Lock
A 130 page, hard back book with full colour, high quality images, showing the fine details that only an accurate photograph can express.
Once plentiful, these everyday objects are rapidly becoming scarce and sought after. Time and time again as collectors, we have suddenly realized, of... read more
German Army Visor Caps 1871-1945
The new Military Mode Publication, 'German Army Visor Caps 1871-1945'. The book has been penned by, well known collector and enthusiast Tony Vickers and designed and published by Military Mode.
The work is a photographic study of the development of the Army visor cap from 1871 right through the First World War, looking closely at the period between the wars, a subject that is ver... read more
‘Denison’ British Airborne Specialist Clothing from WWII to the present day.
This book is the first of our collaborative projects. The author Bruce Wilson has worked hand in hand with Military Mode and The Airborne Assault Museum to produce this highly detailed and appealing work.
Not simply a book dedicated to one iconic garment but covering the history of all the... read more
Feldzug 1916 volume 3
Military Mode are pleased to offer the third volume of Feldzug covering the year of 1916. A hard back, large format book with over 200 pages continues to examine and explore at great depth the German Soldier of WW1.
1916 saw huge changes and developments in the appearance of the German Army, such as the partial introduction of factory produced steel helmets and the wide spread us... read more
Feldzug 1915 volume 2
Volume 2 in the five volume series ‘Feldzug’. This edition captures the uniforms, headdress and equipment of the German Soldier on the front line in 1915.
Rare and elusive garments, pickelhaubes as well as weapons have been photographed in high resolution and display in close up, large format to aid the collector in increasing their knowledge and authenticating these historic art... read more
Previously out of stock, we are pleased to announce that in a warehouse sort out, we managed to discover a small quantity of boxes of the publication. This book was thought to be sold out for the last year. The last remaining copies were selling changing hands for £100 a time. This small quantity is not being distributed to book dealers thus Military Mode is the only place to obtain this now ra... read more
This outstanding and long awaiting work is a the first in a 5 volume series of books, bringing to the public in depth photographs and information of the British Soldier’s uniform and equipment of The Great War.
Over 200 pages of hi resolutions images in this first volume alone are supported by accurate data by the experienced collector and historian Chris Pollendine. The author h... read more
British Airborne Headdress
Military Mode's largest work to date consisting of 260 pages of high resolution photography and detailed text. Often highly rare items have been profusely photographed in the highest resolution bringing to life the rich and exciting subject of the British Airborne soldiers head wear.
Logically starting with the maroon beret but also covering steel helmets and their modern day equ... read more
Field Equipment of the German Forces in WWII by Roly Pickering.
The title 'Ausrüstung' being the German translation for 'Equipment' is an in-depth guide in to exotic field equipment of the German forces in World War II. The work includes Belts & Buckles, Y Straps, Ammunition pouches, bandoliers, essential personal equipment, Gas Masks, Bayonet Frogs, Holsters, Pioneer equipment, ... read more
The Fallschirmjäger Delivery Manual
Faithfully re-printed for the collecting world, this ultra rare 1942 technical manual for the German Luftwaffe shows how the Fallschrimjager ‘drop canister’ was filled, officially loaded and connected.
The 285 page manual in A4 format is an identical replica of the master copy. The booklet shows items such as rare bandoliers, Mp40s, K98s and other personal equipment. Larger items... read more
Campaign 1915 Volume 2 covers a huge range of items that were to be used and developed as the war was to enter it’s tragic second year. The realisation that the stalemate of Trench warfare was now established meant new and often radical measures were to be implemented at all levels. This work will show at great photographic and written lengths how these changes were to effect the British Servic... read more
British Airborne Insignia
With the great success of our previous two volumes covering various aspects of the British Airborne Forces uniform. This third work will cover a huge amount of their insignia from the very inception to the present day.
A vast array of often extremely rare items have been expertly studio photographed and are accompanied by details text. Also to be found with this volume will be ma... read more
Volume 2 of the very successful Tarnfarben series showing an array of items camouflaged by the German Forces in WWII. This in depth image strong book focuses on Helmets, vehicle parts, street signs and munitions tins as well as gas mask tin and many other interesting items.
Close up photography give the reader an insight into the application and methods of camouflage paint used d... read more
The latest book in the running Feldzug series.
The introduction of Camouflage helmets bring a plathora of colour to this edition, more rare machine guns and further in depth insights into gas warfare artefacts. Author Michael Baldwin once again offers a wealth of text information to accompany the hi resolution images, spread over 205 pages and bound once again in hard back format... read more
British Airborne Insignia Vol2
The new publication from Military mode Publishing, British Airborne Insignia Volume 2 by Oliver Lock, is the long awaited follow-up to volume 1, it both extends and complements the first book. This work covers in depth the insignia of the Allied Airborne units and those parachute trained personnel in exile within the UK. Also covered are the important units of Commonwealth parachutists who came... read more
WW1 British Battle Insignia
A fantastic new and long awaited publication by Military Mode Publishing. Over 220 pages of reference on the battle insignia worn by the British Army in WWI, using data obtained direct from the Regiments and the IWM, this work will aid collectors and historian to identify many treasured artefacts. This colourful work is presented in Military Modes usual hard back format and contains a wealth of... read more
Battle Damage by Oliver Lock & Daniel Fisher
A fascinating book, showing great detail, incorporating the use of high resolution photography. The style of these books hand the reader the ability to view these items with such large images and close up clarity, almost like holding the artefact in your hand. The book is 192 pages, hardback and it feature the story of war, items that have been found on the battle fields. Helmets with impact fr... read more
Feldzug 1918 volume 5
In March 2017 we sadly saw the passing of author and life-long collector Michael Baldwin. Michael had one of the best collections of WW1 German combat militaria in the world. Following on in the series of the very successful Military Mode Publishing volumes covering 1914, 1915, 1916 and 1917, with the assistance of military author and former member of the Military Mode team Oliver Lock, the pub... read more
British Painted Steel by Oliver Lock
The latest book from Military Mode Publishing, being a 175 page, fully illustrated hard back book, illustrating steel helmets of the British forces in WWII, many helmets being camouflage, netted and decaled with divisional insignia.
The work by well-known author Oliver Lock, is very much a pictorial study of the subject which til now has never been covered and a superb high resol... read more
Stahlshutzhelme by Oliver Lock
The fantastic new book by Military Mode is here! Stahlshutzhelme is a 220 page hard back book in thefamiliar format of all Military Mode publications, covering the development and production of the German Helmet in WWI. Using high resolution images and in depth information from world renowned collector and historian Oliver Lock. The book covers early rare prototypes never seen before and featur... read more
Military Mode Publishing are please to offer this new book by renowned author, Roly Pickering. Following his successful work ‘Austrustung’, where he covered rare German equipment of WWII,
Roly now explores the history and development of specialist clothing, helmets and equipment of the German Paratroopers in WW2. Volume 1 covers helmets and jump smocks, from their inception, righ... read more