The author served for nearly 40 years in the RAF as a navigator on Buccaneer and Tornado aircraft. A fascinating story supported by two photo-plate sections including some fine full colour photographs. – highly recommended.
A nicely presented history of fighter development since 1945. The aircraft are presented by country and include concise text with excellent colour photographs. – highly recommended.
This very popular series is enhanced by a fine new addition to the catalogue. The Stuka has always been a popular model aircraft and a well-received Christmas present. – Much Recommended.
The publisher has rightly earned a reputation for producing great art books, beautifully illustrated and lavishly bound. This new book lives fully up to the deserved reputation. Gianmaria Buccellati was an artist who chose to work in gold and jewels, leaving a legacy of beauty – Much Recommended.
This is one of those exciting history books that reads like a novel. Churchill made an inspired choice in deciding to support Tito and his Communist Resistance Army. However, it was a relationship that was not just unlikely, but one with potential fault lines. – Much Recommended.
A book about a pilot by a pilot. The story of Harjinder Singh is extraordinary and its telling long overdue. This is a story of a life of achievement, rising from the lowly rank of Hawai Sepoy to Marshal of the Indian Air Force. – Strongly Recommended.
A book that is well-worth its cover price. The story of the tank in WWI has never been told better, or more comprehensively, with some stunning images, mostly in full colour. – highly recommended.
A new addition to the very popular Images At War Series that includes mostly full colour photographs. The helicopter story has developed since 1945 and rotary wing aircraft have made some impressive advances which are nicely detailed in this new book, with some clear introductory text, good captions and extended captions, with some longer sections of text. As always the images are outstanding. – highly recommended.
This is a nicely balanced history of the art of sniping detailing the equipment and operations. The sniper has grown in importance over the years, from a handful of good shots in the early days of firearms to the highly polished and considerably more numerous sniper teams of today. – much recommended.
The second edition of a definitive work first published in 1986 and lauded by historians. The collection of essays and thoughts of Japanese Naval officers provides many fresh insights from a Japanese perspective. – Very Highly Recommended.