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        29th July, 2017


 

BATTLEGROUND KOREA, THE STORY OF THE 25TH INFANTRY DIVISION

by Allen A. David




Originally published in 1952, this is a scarce divisional history of the 25th in action shortly after the initial North Korean invasion, July 1950 to October 1951. It covers actions from the Pusan Perimeter through the breakout, the race for Seoul, and the offensive on the west coast across the 38th parallel

New in black boards with red & gilt motif & spine titles - Large format, 368pp, 150 illustrations

Battery Press, 1995
ISBN 0898392217

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Web No. 
32525-02

£28.00

 


 

EVA BRAUN

by Johannes Frank

A German language biography of the unusual woman who made her mark on history as the companion and, at the end, the wife of Adolf Hitler. The author provides a fair, unbiased book which uncovers aspects of her personality and life

New in d/w - 328pp, 140 photos

Nation Europa Verlag, 1997
ISBN 3920677242

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Web No.
16306-02

£18.00

 


 

ACES OF THE RISING SUN 1937-1945

by Henry Sakaida

This book combines Osprey's 'Aircraft of the Aces 13: Japanese Army Air Force Aces 1937-45’ and 'Aircraft of the Aces 22: Imperial Japanese Navy Aces 1937-45’. Very little has been published in English on the pilots who flew for the air arms of the Japanese Army and Navy, yet between 1937 and 1945, 150 JAAF and 21 Imperial Japanese Navy pilots achieved 'ace' status. This book relates how the Army aces achieved their scores, flying over terrain ranging from the Mongolian plains to the jungles of New Guinea, and how Navy pilots drew on their experience of fighting over Manchuria, China and Mongolia to take on Allied forces in the Pacific

Highlighting and small graze on inside back cover. Otherwise good in card cover - A4 format, 208pp, 25 colour plates, 5 pages
scale profiles, 220 b/w photos

Osprey, 2002
ISBN 1841766186

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Web No.
24700-01

£15.00
 

 


 

THE FRENCH FOREIGN LEGION

    by John R. Young & E. Bergot

The inside story of the world-famous fighting force. The book examines its history, training, tradition and mystique and lists the Legion's commanding officers since 1831, its weapons, famous legionnaires, and the many nationalities who have served. With an introduction by Len Deighton, this is a compact, yet comprehensive history of the Legion by Erwan Bergot. More than 200 colour photographs illustrate the Legion in training, in ceremonial duties and in action.

Fair in d/w - 212pp, 205 col illustrations, 
52 b/w photos, bibliography, large format

Thames & Hudson, 1984
ISBN 0517654474

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Web No:
05248-03

 

£16.00


 

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

£470.00

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