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1st February, 2020


 

RUCKMARSCH!

by Jean Paul Pallud 



Following the successful Allied landings in Normandy in June 1944 German forces battled for two months to contain the bridgehead, but their last-ditch attempt to recover the initiative with Operation Luttich, the counter-attack from Mortain on August 7, failed. From that starting point the author follows the footsteps of the German retreat across France. Although nearly 300,000 men were either killed, wounded, missing, or taken prisoner, by the beginning of September German forces were once more standing firm along the 650 kilometres between Switzerland and the North Sea. This, is that story told through hundreds of ‘then and now’ comparison photographs. 

New in d/w - Large format, 376pp,
1000 + photos & ills 

After The Battle, 2006
ISBN 187006757 

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Web No.
33602-01

£39.95
 

 


 

TANKOGRAD AMERICAN SPECIAL 3038: DAGGER BRIGADE

by Walter Bohm

In September 2017, the Iron Brigade of the 4th (US) Infantry Division handed over command to the relieving 2nd Brigade Combat Team Dagger of the 1st (US) Infantry Division. The unit rotated for a nine-month-long period which included the exercises Allied Spirit VII, Allied Spirit VIII, Combined Resolve X and the SETC. Thus, the continuous deployment and permanent presence of a heavy American armoured brigade, under the term Army Rotational Force, continued in Europe with the second Atlantic Resolve rotation, a sign of NATO’s resolve to defend its members.


New in card cover - A4 format, 64pp, 124 colour photos and 12 graphics


Tankograd, 2019
No ISBN
 

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Web No:
37961-01

£13.99

 


 

EXORCISING HITLER

by Frederick Taylor 

 

The Occupation and Denazification of Germany. Germany had entered the twentieth century prosperous and strong. During the 1930s, embittered by a lost war and scarred by mass unemployment, Germany embraced the dark cult of National Socialism. Within less than a generation, its great cities lay in ruins and its shattered industries and its cultural heritage seemed beyond salvation. This is the story of Germany’s year zero, telling of the final Allied campaign, the hunting down of the Nazi resistance, the vast displacement of peoples, the competition between Soviet Russia and the West and the hunger and near starvation of a once proud people.

New in d/w - 438pp, 3 maps,
28 b/w photos

Bloomsbury, 2011
ISBN 9781408812112 

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Web No
36400-01

£25.00

 


PANZERWRECKS 20: OSTFRONT 3

by Lee Archer & Kamen Nevenkin 






The Panzerwrecks series features destroyed, surrendered and abandoned German armour of 1944-45. Each landscape volume contains numerous large format, rare black and white photographs. This volume includes: What was the ‘circle of death’? Whose Panther was found at a railway station? Can a 37mm Sturmovik cannon destroy a Panther? Which new tank round was tested by the Russians in 1945? What aircraft weapon scored the most Panzer kills in Hungary? The book includes specially commissioned colour artwork by Felipe Rodna and 98 photographs from an album produced by the 17th Air Army during their evaluation of the effects of aircraft weapons on German and Hungarian tanks in the field.

New in card cover -  Landscape format,
96pp, 100 b/w photos, 6 colour plates,
1 map

Panzerwrecks, 2016
ISBN 9781908032140

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Web No:
37273-01

£17.99


RAIDING THE REICH

by Roger A. Freeman


A comprehensive pictorial record of the Allied air assault against Germany in WWII taken from official and private photographic archives. It was the first time in the history of warfare that military forces had been able to wreak such destruction in the enemy heartland and the photographic record was limited to what could be acomplished in the frenzy of war. Nevertheless this book contains a huge selection of graphic and exciting images.

Very good in d/w - Large format,
160pp, 260 photos, map

Arms & Armour Press, 1997
ISBN 1854093878

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Web No.
26119-03

£10.00



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 The Editor's Choice:

NARRATIVE OF THE CAMPAIGN OF THE ARMY OF THE INDUS,IN SIND & KAUBOOL IN 1883-9. TWO VOLUMES

by Richard Hartley Kennedy


Web No.
27579-01

£199.00


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