406 pages, 442 pictures.
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Thomas B Dugelby's celebrated The Bren Gun Saga, now long out of print, originally appeared as a Collector Grade title in 1986. In terms of numbers of pages and illustrations, this revised and expanded edition is nearly twice the size of the original. Includes: the forerunners of the Bren, the excellent ZB series of light machines guns produced at the Zbrojovka Brno (Brno State Arsenal) in Czechoslovakia; the trials which led to the adoption of the Bren (BR for Brno, EN for Enfield) in 1935; manufacture and improvements during World War II; all models of the .303 calibre Bren; all the postwar 7.62mm NATO conversions (L4A1-L4A9); postwar developments in Czechoslovakia, and an expanded history of the ZB and Bren guns in China, including translations of Chinese markings; plus a full reprint of the last and most comprehensive British Army Bren Handbook.
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