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Cpl. A. O. Bergmann and  Pvt. John Abbondanza (l. to r.), checking out tools, Hampton Roads Port of Embarkation, 3 February 1944
Cpl. A. O. Bergmann and Pvt. John Abbondanza (l. to r.), checking out tools, Hampton Roads Port of Embarkation, 3 February 1944.

Today in WW II: 6 Feb 1939 British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain states in the House of Commons that any German attack on France will be automatically considered an attack on Britain.  More 
6 Feb 1941 Benghazi, Libya falls to the British Western Desert Force.
6 Feb 1941 German Lieutenant-General Erwin Rommel is appointed commander of the Afrika Korps.
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Militaria Magazines, Periodicals, Publications

Militaria International Magazine is the first international advertising publication for all types of collectible militaria, buy sell and trade. First issue was in Nov. 1997 -- circulation is planned in 20 countries. Contact them toll-free at 888-428-1942 or locally at 612-428-7575. P.O. Box 43400, Minneapolis, MN 55443-0400

Military Trader magazine is the best US monthly source of news, features, collecting advice, market information and listings of military shows and events. Covers the military hobby, all types, completely and accurately.

Shotgun News is primarily about guns but every issue includes military field equipment, accessories, and collectibles.

Maloney's Antiques and Collectibles Resource Directory is a huge book containing tens of thousands of entries for thousands of categories of antiques and collectibles. Dealers, collectors, experts, websites, appraisers, and more.

Canadian Militaria Directory & Sourcebook lists over 1,000 entries, in 23 categories in 92 pages. The entries include virtually ever enterprise of interest to the Canadian militaria enthusiast.

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