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        11th March, 2017


 

CANADIAN VEHICLES IN KOREA

by Don Dingwall 

This brand new volume from Service Publications is dedicated to the soft-skin and armoured vehicles used by the Canadian Army in this seldom studied conflict. Supported by a comprehensive text that provides an overview of the acquisition, use and disposal of Canadian, US and British vehicles used in training at Fort Lewis and in combat, the book is packed with official photos as well as those from private collections. The vehicles are arranged in a logical and chronological sequence and there are War Establishment graphics for every unit showing vehicle names and more.

 

New in illustrated boards - Large format, 210pp, 300 + b/w & colour photos, illustrations & maps

Service Publications, 2015
ISBN 9781927822036 

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Web No. 
37046-01

£44.00

 


 

CODEBREAKERS: THE INSIDE STORY OF BLETCHLEY PARK

by F H Hinsley & Alan Stripp


The authentic account of the work of GCHQ at Bletchley Park in WWII. By 1942 some 4,000 German, Italian and Japanese signals were being broken and translated by the remarkable team. The book includes accounts by the men and women who worked there, telling of their recruitment, training, successes and failures.

New in card cover - xxi + 321pp, 10 illustrations, 23 figures

Oxford University Press, 2001
ISBN 9780192801326 

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Web No:
16627-01

£9.99

 


HONOUR TO THE AIRBORNE PART 1

by David Buxton

The definitive study of honours and awards to British Airborne forces, covering the period 1939-1948. The Parachute Regiment, Gilder Pilot Regiment, Airborne Infantry, Airborne Support Units - over 1200 awards. Includes the VC citations, Orders of Battle for the Airborne Divisions, and brief histories of all units, with lists of Commanding Officers. Over 1200 awards from a Mention in Despatches to a Victoria Cross.

 

 

 New in d/w - 245pp, bibliography

 

Liverpool Medal Company, 1993
ISBN 899422005 

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Web No:
21829-02

£25.00


 

EAGLES HIGH

by Peter North  

A study of the Battle of Britain including the run up and the battle itself. Includes original colour illustrations of the aircraft, personnel and actions. The book was specially commissioned for the 50th Anniversary of the battle./font>

Fine in rubbed d/w - 126pp, 100 colour illustrations.

Leo Cooper, 1990
ISBN 0850528895 

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Web No
05811-02

£10.00

 


 

DELPRADO/OSPREY AIRCRAFT OF THE ACES (MEN & LEGENDS):
                                                             
CORSAIR ACES OF WORLD WAR 2

by Mark Styling. Editor-in-Chief Juan Ramón Azaola

The speed with which the Corsair was rushed into service as a land-based fighter obliged the pilots to learn on the job. The aircraft soon proved superior to the Japanese Zero and played a major part in the destruction of Japan's elite air forces in the South Pacific. This versatile aircraft saw service with the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps as well as the British Fleet Air Arm and the Royal New Zealand Air Force.

Like new in card cover - A4 format, 64pp, c50 b/w photos/line drawings, 30 colour profiles and artwork

Delprado, 2000
  ISBN 8483722240
 

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Web No.
37213-01

£6.00
 

 



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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

£470.00

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