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31st October 2020

                                                        GOTZ VON BERLICHINGEN: VOLUME 3

by Helmut Gunther

This volume documents the final combats of the 17. SS Panzer-Grenadier-Division Gotz von Berlichingen from mid-March to beginning of May 1945. Decimated and exhausted, outnumbered and outgunned, and always under Allied air attacks, its soldiers fought and retreated repeatedly to the next defensive position. The desolate trail led through the Saar into the Westwall, which was penetrated easily. They defended at the Gemersheim Bridgehead, in the Oden Forest, and in The Crailsheim Pocket, and finally resisted bitterly in the street of Nurnberg. The remnants retreated southeast to the Tyrol, where they surrendered to US troops at Lake Achen. 

New in illustrated boards - 480pp, 167 photos. 14 maps, 20 documents

J.J. Fedorowicz, 2020
 ISBN 9781927332153

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by Richard C. Smith 

A Pictorial History of Biggin Hill Aerodrome through Two World Wars and Beyond. It was established during the latter part of the First World War, when the Royal Flying Corps defended the skies in basic wood and fabric aeroplanes, then afterwards the aerodrome was built up during the 1920s and 1930s, seeing advances in technology and aircraft. During the five years of the Second World War Biggin Hill played a significant role during the Dunkirk evacuation, the Battle of Britain and the fight back across the Channel, finally helping to bring freedom to occupied Europe. Post-war saw the arrival of the jet age and the RAF Aircrew Selection Centre which was based there. Annual air shows became the norm during the 1950s and still continue today.

New in card cover - 256pp, 370 b/w photos

Mitor Publishing, 2020
ISBN 9781527269866 

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 by Jeff Rutherford & Adrian Wettstein

Histories of the German army on the Eastern Front generally focus on battlefield exploits on the war as it was fought in the front line. They tend to neglect other aspects of the army's experience, particularly its participation in the racial war demanded by the leadership of the Reich. Using a selection of revealing extracts from a wide range of wartime documents, the book looks at the totality of the Wehrmachts war in the East. Combat is covered, and complicity in Hitlers war of annihilation against the Soviet Union. There are sections on the conduct of the war in the rear areas logistics, medical, judicial and the army's tactics, motivation and leadership.

New in d/w - 228pp, 22 b/w photos

Pen & Sword, 2018
ISBN 9781473861749

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by Christopher Bullock OBE MC 

Ranging from 18th-century India to 21st-century Afghanistan, this new, highly illustrated history of the Brigade of Gurkhas is destined to become the definitive work on the subject. In this account, the whole panorama of the Brigade’s unique story is covered from the early 19th Century to the present day, including the tense moments when the continued existence of the Brigade hung by a thread. The book is lavishly illustrated with pictures, photographs and maps, many never before seen in print. With a foreword by the Colonel Commandant Brigade of Gurkhas, General Sir David Richards, KCB CBE DSO ADC.


New in d/w - 320pp, numerous colour illustrations

Third Millennium, 2009
ISBN 9781906507275 

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by David Murphy 

The Nivelle Offensive of 1917. In December 1916 General Robert Nivelle was appointed Commander-in-Chief of the French armies fighting the Germans on the Western Front. He had enjoyed a meteoric rise to high command and public acclaim since the beginning of the war - he was a national hero. In return, he proclaimed he 'had the formula' that would ensure victory and end the conflict in 1917. But his offensive was a bloody and humiliating failure for France, one that could have opened the way for French defeat.

New in d/w - 189pp, 25 b/w photos,
4 maps

Pen & Sword, 2015
ISBN 9781781592922 

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