Describes and illustrates the uniforms and equipment of the WWII British soldier using original items worn by live models in authentic settings.
Martin Brayley is a military photographer who has seen service all over the world, from the jungles of the Far East to the mountains of Norway. He is a life-long collector of militaria, and has contributed as a writer and photographer to many magazines, as well as writing several books. Richard Ingram is an acknowledged authority on militaria, especially Second World War uniforms, and he has worked at the world famous Sabre Sales since the 1980s. His particular enthusiasm is for showing militaria on active display, which led to his involvement with the D-Day and VE-Day 50th Anniversary celebrations.