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12th August 2020


 

LAWRENCE OF ARABIA ON WAR

 by Rob Johnson

The Campaign in the desert, 1916-18. This is a study of Lawrence's ideas and his campaign of irregular warfare which has informed tactical theory and decision-making down to the present day. It explores the challenges he faced in a complex environment against a more numerous and better armed adversary, and the manner in which he assessed what was changing, what was distinctive, and what was unique to guerrilla warfare in the desert. Setting Lawrence in his historical context, the book examines the peace settlement he participated in and his legacy today.

New in d/w - 368pp, 40 b/w illustrations,
3 maps

Osprey, 2020
ISBN 9781472834911

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Web No.
38025-01

£25.00
 

 


 

A DAY WITH AEROFLOT

With a foreword by B. Bugaev, Minister of Civil Aviation, this volume commemorates the 50th anniversary of Aeroflot, the state (and at the time, only) civil air carrier of the USSR. Aeroflot was launched in 1923 with a route from Moscow to Nizhny Novgorod (later the city of Gorky). Today the airline flies internally more than 778,000km linking some 3,500 cities in the Soviet Union, together with an extensive international network. The book is packed with narrative plus several hundred colour and black and white photographs showing all aspects of Aeroflot during a typical day. This scarce volume is in fair to good condition despite some dicolouring (sunning) of the front board and slight detaching from the spine at the title page. 


Fair/good in white boards - Large format, 48pp, numerous colour, b/w photos

Novosti Press Agency,Moscow, 1973
No ISBN

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Web No:
37441-01

£70.00

 


 

GUERRILLA NIGHTMARE

by Lovro Persen & Mario Raguz

Luftwaffe Stuka at war against Tito's partisans in Yugoslavia, 1941-1945. The very name, Stuka, is synonymous with the screaming sirens and the crump of heavy bombs, and for the lightly armed Partisan forces it meant despair, defeat and often, death. For five long years Stuka units in the Balkan theater came and went, depending on the war fortunes of the Axis. The bomb loads that the Ju 87 carried and the precision with which they were delivered was a winning combination. In September, 1943 it was the Stuka which spearheaded the defeat of Italian forces, and until the last day of the war it was the first line of defence against the might of The Red Army.

New in  illustrated boards - Large format, 149pp, 10 colour plates, numerous b/w photos

Kagero, 2018
ISBN 9788365437785

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Web No.
37836-01

£29.99

 


WEIHE DES EHRENMALS FUR DIE GEFALLENEN KAMERADEN
                                      DER DEUTSCHEN EISENBAHNTRUPPEN IN BERLIN

A contemporary pictorial record of the consecration of the memorial to the fallen comrades of the German Railway Troops in Berlin, Schoneberg on 19th, 20th and 21st October 1929. In the World War, 1914-18 152 officers, 3138 Unterofffiziere and pioneers of railway regiments and their field formations fell on the field of honor. German text.

Good in card cover - A4 format, 86pp,
c100 b/w photos, map

Hanns Bergmann, 1929
No ISBN

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Web No.
14572-01

£30.00




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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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