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27th November 2021



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

German text.

New in d/w - 328pp, 140 photos

Nation Europa Verlag, 1997
ISBN 3920677242

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Web No.
16306-02

£18.00




ROCKET FIGHTER: THE STORY OF THE MESSERSCHMITT Me163

by Mano Ziegler






The story of the flight testing of the world's first operational rocket-powered interceptor, the Me 163 is told by one of the 30 pilots of Test Commando 16 (Eprobingskommand 16) who were entrusted with it's operational development during the Second World War. The book is not just full of technical details and development; it also tells the human stories of the pilots who flew (and sometimes died in) this revolutionary, but lethal fighter.

Good in d/w - xii + 161pp, 1 col & 68 b/w illustrations

Arms &n Armour, 1976
ISBN 0853691619

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Web No.
02544-01

£12.00
 



 

FOUR WEEKS IN MAY: THE LOSS OF HMS COVENTRY

by Nigel West & Oleg Tsarev


On 25th May, 1982 the destroyer HMS Coventry, commanded by the author, was attacked by Argentine A-4 Skyhawk aircraft whilst on anti-aircraft picket duty in Falkland Sound. She was hit by 3 bombs killing 19 of her crew and leaving many more badly injured. Capsizing within minutes, she would finally sink the following day off Pebble Island. This book was adapted by the BBC into a documentary 'Sea of Fire', which was shown in June 2007.

Fine in d/w - 272pp. illustrations, maps
Atlantic Books, 2007
 ISBN 9781843545903

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Web No.
36182-01

£8.00
 

  


 

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:


THE END OF THE RUSSIAN IMPERIAL ARMY: VOLUME II

by Alan K. Wildman


Web No.
18344-01

£60.00


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