account of the most horrifying religious massacre of the
20th century. Startling revelations of forced conversions,
mass murder of non-Catholics, Catholic extermination camps,
disclosures of Catholic clergy as commanders of
concentration camps; documented with names, dates, places,
pictures and eyewitness testimony. The author was the
world's foremost authority on Roman Catholicism in politics.
During WWII he operated a radio station, "Radio Freedom",
broadcasting to occupied Europe. He was the author of over
twenty books including the best-seller 'The Vatican in World
Politics'. He risked his life daily to expose some of the
darkest secrets of the Papacy.
LESSONS IN DISASTER:
AND THE PATH TO WAR IN VIETNAM
by Gordon M. Goldstein
In the last years of his life the former US National
Security Adviser, McGeorge Bundy, revisited the role he
played in leading the nation into the Vietnam War as a
counsellor to Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B.
Johnson. In this original and provocative work the author
draws on his prodigious research as well as interviews he
conducted with Bundy before his death in 1996 to distill the
essential lessons of America's involvement in Vietnam.
An issue of a French language
magazine. It features articles and numerous black and white
photographs of the jet and rocket powered aircraft in
service with Luftwaffe during the latter years of World War
II. The volume features numerous large colour side view and
several 3 view renderings of the following aircraft:
Messerschmitt Me 163 Komet. Messerschmitt Me 262.
Arado Ar 234 Blitz. Heinkel He 162 Spatz.
excellent profiles show camouflage schemes, unit markings
and insignia in detail, making them an invaluable aid to
Fine in card
cover - A4 format, 98pp, 27 full page colour plates,
numerous b/w and colour photos
A memoir of
the 1916-18 air war over Mesopotamia. The author was an RFC
officer whose secondment to the Middle East in 1916, came as
a relief after the squalor of the Somme. His account of his
and his comrades' operations flying against Turkish and
German aviators is dramatic and hugely informative. The
narrative describes combined operations with army, and naval
units operating along the Tigris and Euphrates rivers and
how Tennant survived being shot down in his DH4 aircraft.
Reprint of 1920 Cecil Palmer edition
New in card cover - xii + 289pp,
38 photos & illustrations, maps
OSPREY AIRCRAFT OF THE ACES 97:
NAVAL ACES OF WORLD WAR 1, PART 1
by Jon Guttman. llustrated by Harry
In the first of a two-part study covering all of the
naval fighter pilots to achieve ace status during World War
I,Jon Guttman examines the elite members of the Royal Naval
Air Service (RNAS). The first to employ Sopwith's excellent
line of scouts, such as the Pup, Triplane and Camel, some of
the RNAS pilots such as Raymond Collishaw, Robert A Little
and Roderick Stanley Dallas rated among the most successful
fighter pilots in the British Commonwealth. The book covers
all of the members of the RNAS who achieved 'ace' status.
The Second Volume will cover naval Aces from the other
participants in the war.
in card cover - A4 format, 96pp, numerous b/w photo, 11