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23rd October 2021



EAGLES OVER THE SEA 1935-1942

by Lawrence Paterson







The story of Luftwaffe maritime operations has frequently been written about in fragmentary terms, delineating between the planned naval air arm operating under Kriegsmarine direction and the ‘operational Luftwaffe’. This book studies the development of German naval aircraft as a concerted attempt to engage the enemy at sea in every theatre of operations, from Norway and Western Europe to the Mediterranean and the Eastern fronts, and, of course, over the Atlantic. Through ship-board aircraft, torpedo bomber attacks, minelaying and reconnaissance missions, Luftwaffe maritime aircraft played a vital role in Germany’s naval war and the author analyses all the operations and the successes in the early years of the War. This first volume ends in 1942 when, despite great success, petty rivalry and naked arrogance combined to foreshadow the eventual defeat of the Luftwaffe’s war at sea.

New in d/w - 464pp, numerous
b/w photos & illustrations

Pen & Sword, 2019
 ISBN 9781526740021

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Web No.
37915-01

£30.00




OSPREY MEN-AT-ARMS 495: THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936-39 (1)

by Alejandro de Quesada. Illustrated by Stephen Walsh




A The Spanish Civil War, 1936-39, was the curtain-raiser to World War II. It was the first great clash of 20th-century ideologies, between the rebel Nationalist army led by General Franco (aided by Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy), and the Republican army of the government (aided by the Communist Soviet Union and volunteers from liberal democracies). The Nationalists secured victory and installed a right wing dictatorship. Featuring specially commissioned full-color artwork, this study depicts the fighting men of the Nationalist forces.

New in card cover - A4 format, 48pp,
8 colour plates, numerous b/w photos

Osprey, 2014
ISBN 9781782007821

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Web No.
36794-01

£11.99
 



 

OSPREY MEN-AT-ARMS 498: THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936-39 (2)

by Alejandro de Quesada. Illustrated by Stephen Walsh






The Spanish Civil War involved a complex collection of forces, particularly on the Republican side. This title illustrates how diverse the Republican forces were, drawn from loyal elements of the Spanish army that rejected the appeal of the rebel generals, a wide range of volunteer regional units and political militias, and supported by volunteers from many other countries, including Great Britain, France and Germany, in units known as the International Brigades. Featuring full-colour artwork, this second of a two-part study depicts the fighting men of the Republican forces and their foreign comrades.

New in card cover - A4 format, 48pp,
8 colour plates, numerous b/w photos
Osprey, 2015
ISBN 978178200785

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Web No.
36812-01

£11.99
 

  


 

GEHEIME BUNKERANLAGEN DER DDR

by Stefan Best






This fascinating study covers the bunkers and secret installations of the former German Democratic Republic. It describes the most important and largest shelter complexes of the national defence council, and the Ministries for national defense, public security and the interior, plus buildings of the Soviet armed forces in Germany. Contains more than 120 colour and 90 black and white photos, 60 layout plans, sketches and documentation exemplifying 48 types of structure up to 1989. All designs were reconstructed    from previously restricted plans.
 

New in pictorial boards -  215pp,
numerous colour & b/w illustrations

Motorbuch Verlag, 2004
ISBN 3613023326

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Web No.
32748-01

£26.00

  



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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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