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15th June, 2019


 

REICHSAUTOBAHN: PYRAMIDEN DES DRITTEN REICHS

by Rainer Stommer

An interesting illustrated study of the development of the German Autobahn system during the Third Reich era. The highways were developed for Hitler by the Todt Organisation, to provide employment and for the purpose of swift movement of military traffic.

German text,  

Very good in card cover - previous owner's bookplate at front endpaper - 201pp, numerous b/w photos & drawings

Jonas Verlag, 1995
ISBN 3922561128

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Web No.
37471-01

£30.00

 


 

HOODWINKING HITLER:THE NORMANDY DECEPTION

by William B. Breuer


An action-packed account of how intricate Allied deception plans totally misled Hitler and German Military Intelligence as to the location and date of the Invasion of Normandy. The chicanery included electronic spoofing, the activity of double agents, diplomatic deceit, camouflage, strategic feints, phony military installations, sabotage, propoganda, fake codes, plus a completely imaginary US Army based in the South east and 'commanded' by General George S/ Patton.

Fine in d/w - 2xii + 263pp,
32 illustrations, maps

 Praeger Publications, 1993
ISBN 0275944387

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Web No.
16300-01

£30.00

 


 

SEEING OFF THE BEAR

Edited by Roger G. Miller

Anglo-American Air Power Cooperation during the Cold War. This book documents a symposium held in 1993 to recognize the special relationship between Great Britain and the United States during the Cold War. It includes scholarly monographs and first-person accounts, and includes many of the significant episodes of the Cold War. It includes a 20 page photographic section illustrating notable Anglo/American aircraft which served betweenthe late 1940s and the Gulf War following the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in 1990.


Good in slightly abraided card cover -
262pp, c50 b/w illustrations

US Air Force Historical Branch, 1995
ISBN 1477604448

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Web No.
37610-01

£17.99
 

 


 

THE OPERATORS: ON THE STREETS WITH
                                                           BRITAIN'S MOST SECRET SERVICE

by James Rennie


The inside story of 14 Intelligence Company, the British Army's highly trained covert, counter-terrorist and intelligence unit. Trained in the same operational and surveillance techniques as the SAS and in the intelligence techniques of MI6 and MI5, they carried out dangerous undercover missions on the streets of Belfast and the 'bandit country' of South Armagh. For every bomb that went off 14 Int. prevented twelve. The selection process was the most physically, intellectually and emotionally demanding anywhere in the world. The author is a former 14 Int. Operations Officer

New in card cover - 272pp, 32 b/w illustrations

Pen & Sword, 2019
ISBN 9781526752314

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Web No.
24274-01

£12.99

 



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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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