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Ontario M9 Bayonet & Scabbard Black
203,00 € *
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Das Modell M9 ist sowohl als Bayonet als auch als Feldmesser einzusetzen. Die Klinge wird aus einem speziellen Edelstahl gefertigt, traegt eine feine Saege im Klingenruecken und wird mit einer schwarzen Zink-Phosphat-Schicht geschuetzt. Mit einer Staerke von 6

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Stand: 05.04.2020
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Combat!
39,00 € *
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Combat! is an American television program that aired on ABC from 1962 until 1967. (The exclamation point in "Combat!" was a stylized bayonet.) Created by Robert Pirosh, Combat! ran for five seasons, of which the first four are in black and white, with a move to color for the final season. The show covered the lives of a squad of American soldiers in France during World War II. Although the series ran five seasons, King Company never fought its way out of France. CBS Television Distribution (inherited from ABC Films, Worldvision Enterprises and Paramount Television) owns American television distribution rights to the series, while Disney-ABC International Television has international rights original producer and copyright holder Selmur Productions was once a division of ABC Films, now CBS Television Distibution. On the US DVD releases, the copyright to the series was credited to Buena Vista Television (now ABC Studios).

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Operation Wrath of God
54,00 € *
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Operation Wrath of God (Hebrew: , Mivtza Za'am Ha'el), also called Operation Bayonet, was a covert operation directed by Israel and the Mossad to assassinate individuals alleged to have been directly or indirectly involved in the 1972 Munich massacre. Their targets included members of the Palestinian militant group Black September, who were responsible for the Munich attack, and members of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) accused of being involved. Authorized by Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir in the autumn of 1972, the operation may have continued for more than 20 years. During this time, covert Israeli assassination units killed dozens of suspected conspirators across Europe, including the mistaken murder of an innocent waiter in Lillehammer, Norway, in what became known as the Lillehammer affair.

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Beneath A Dancing Star
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It is June 1917. World War One has been bleeding Europe to the marrow for three years and ten months. The United States Marines land in France at St. Nazaire on the River Loire. They are the first American troops to enter the war since it had been declared on the Central Powers ( Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, Turkey) on April 6, 1917. They come from Marine bases all over the world; they have come from the Philippines, Cuba, Haiti and as far away as China. They have chased Chinese warlords and bandits; fought insurrection in the Philippines, Cuba and Nicaragua. They have been formed into the vastly understrength 5th Regiment of the 4th Brigade of the combined Army and Marine 2nd Division of the United States Expeditionary Force. Squad Sergeant Fallon Killrain, the only child of Brennan Killrain and Theresa Fallon, who died in childbirth, stands at the head of the 3rd platoon of the 17th Company of the 2nd Battalion. Since there is no other sergeant in his platoon and no officer, he is the titular commander of the unit. His platoon is the third one to land in France. The 17th Company is commanded by Captain Robert Stoddard, his commanding officer in China. The eight men in his platoon, a platoon that should be filled by thirteen to eighteen Marines, had been all over China with him and the captain looking after U. S. interests. When they debark, they are met by 'Vive L'Americain' and 'Thank God you've arrived.' They encamp just outside of St. Nazaire. They are bivouacked in a temporary camp, awaiting orders for their deployment. The rumor that they will train with France's best combat unit, The Chasseurs Alpins-elite French mountain troops-in Gondracourt. It is a rumor which becomes reality, and they entrain for the town situated just below the Vosges Mountains, in the southeast of France. Fallon's company is stationed at the town of Houdelaincourt where they begin training with the Chasseur Alpins in preparation for the trenches. The Chasseur are impressed with the Marine discipline and especially impressed with their ability to shoot; they are all sharpshooters and expert marksmen and very proficient with the bayonet. Their relationship with the Chasseur Alpins is very cordial and mutually respectful as professional soldiers. The 17th Company's training consists of most things that the Marines had done many times before in their constant striving for perfection. They train in attack and defense of the trench system, one of the few things for which they hadn't trained; they are told about trench raids and the best way to conduct them; they are told about poison gas, another thing they weren't familiar with. Everything about attack and defense, most of which they already knew, is the crux of their training. In the interim, before their deployment, General John 'Black Jack' Pershing, commander of the American Expeditionary Force, wants the Marines to assist military stability as military police and he also want's to use them as communication troops. Captain Stoddard orders Sgt. Killrain and Cpl. Dicky White, another China Marine, and now MPs, to go to Paris and transport a recalcitrant former 1st. Sgt. in the Philippines, Pvt. Damond Brace, whom Stoddard knows from a previous deployment, back to St. Nazaire. He's been accused of slapping a girl and getting drunk in a Bistro called the Black Owl. He is currently in the neighborhood Gendarmerie on the Rue Caumartin in the Montparnasse section of Paris. When they escort Private Brace back to Houdelaincourt, he claims he never hit the girl. The French gendarme, Gilles Bracaud, formerly of the French Army and wounded at Verdun, confirms Brace's innocence. When they return, Captain Stoddard sees to it that Brace is transferred to his company, to keep an eye on him. Capt. Stoddard and his second, Second Lt. Stephan St. James, have been ordered to observe the combined British and Canadian attack on the German strong point at Passchendael-the Third Battle of Ypres-being waged in Flanders, Belgium. But, before he leaves, he talks to Fallon Killrain about the tools of the past can be used to fight a war of the present. He spells out his idea of using the Sharps Buffalo Rifle against the Germans at long range-the Sharps Buffalo Rifle, which was an essential weapon in

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Beneath A Dancing Star
19,99 € *
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It is June 1917. World War One has been bleeding Europe to the marrow for three years and ten months. The United States Marines land in France at St. Nazaire on the River Loire. They are the first American troops to enter the war since it had been declared on the Central Powers ( Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, Turkey) on April 6, 1917. They come from Marine bases all over the world; they have come from the Philippines, Cuba, Haiti and as far away as China. They have chased Chinese warlords and bandits; fought insurrection in the Philippines, Cuba and Nicaragua. They have been formed into the vastly understrength 5th Regiment of the 4th Brigade of the combined Army and Marine 2nd Division of the United States Expeditionary Force. Squad Sergeant Fallon Killrain, the only child of Brennan Killrain and Theresa Fallon, who died in childbirth, stands at the head of the 3rd platoon of the 17th Company of the 2nd Battalion. Since there is no other sergeant in his platoon and no officer, he is the titular commander of the unit. His platoon is the third one to land in France. The 17th Company is commanded by Captain Robert Stoddard, his commanding officer in China. The eight men in his platoon, a platoon that should be filled by thirteen to eighteen Marines, had been all over China with him and the captain looking after U. S. interests. When they debark, they are met by 'Vive L'Americain' and 'Thank God you've arrived.' They encamp just outside of St. Nazaire. They are bivouacked in a temporary camp, awaiting orders for their deployment. The rumor that they will train with France's best combat unit, The Chasseurs Alpins-elite French mountain troops-in Gondracourt. It is a rumor which becomes reality, and they entrain for the town situated just below the Vosges Mountains, in the southeast of France. Fallon's company is stationed at the town of Houdelaincourt where they begin training with the Chasseur Alpins in preparation for the trenches. The Chasseur are impressed with the Marine discipline and especially impressed with their ability to shoot; they are all sharpshooters and expert marksmen and very proficient with the bayonet. Their relationship with the Chasseur Alpins is very cordial and mutually respectful as professional soldiers. The 17th Company's training consists of most things that the Marines had done many times before in their constant striving for perfection. They train in attack and defense of the trench system, one of the few things for which they hadn't trained; they are told about trench raids and the best way to conduct them; they are told about poison gas, another thing they weren't familiar with. Everything about attack and defense, most of which they already knew, is the crux of their training. In the interim, before their deployment, General John 'Black Jack' Pershing, commander of the American Expeditionary Force, wants the Marines to assist military stability as military police and he also want's to use them as communication troops. Captain Stoddard orders Sgt. Killrain and Cpl. Dicky White, another China Marine, and now MPs, to go to Paris and transport a recalcitrant former 1st. Sgt. in the Philippines, Pvt. Damond Brace, whom Stoddard knows from a previous deployment, back to St. Nazaire. He's been accused of slapping a girl and getting drunk in a Bistro called the Black Owl. He is currently in the neighborhood Gendarmerie on the Rue Caumartin in the Montparnasse section of Paris. When they escort Private Brace back to Houdelaincourt, he claims he never hit the girl. The French gendarme, Gilles Bracaud, formerly of the French Army and wounded at Verdun, confirms Brace's innocence. When they return, Captain Stoddard sees to it that Brace is transferred to his company, to keep an eye on him. Capt. Stoddard and his second, Second Lt. Stephan St. James, have been ordered to observe the combined British and Canadian attack on the German strong point at Passchendael-the Third Battle of Ypres-being waged in Flanders, Belgium. But, before he leaves, he talks to Fallon Killrain about the tools of the past can be used to fight a war of the present. He spells out his idea of using the Sharps Buffalo Rifle against the Germans at long range-the Sharps Buffalo Rifle, which was an essential weapon in

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 05.04.2020
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