Images of War, Kent at War, Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives

The Images at War series is now a highly popular series with a well-established format, this new volume is a worthy new addition. The concise text supports the outstanding image selection very well. This is a very informative review of a part of Britain that was closest to the enemy and even within range of German guns. It was an armed camp where civilians and soldiers lived and worked closely together . – Very Highly Recommended

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Images of War, Mi Abrams Tank, Rare Photographs From Wartime Archives

The Images at War series is now a highly popular series with a well-established format, this new volume is a worthy new addition. The concise text supports the outstanding image selection very well. This is a very informative review of one of the most important Main Battle Tanks currently in service . – Highly Recommended

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D-Day Cover Up At Pointe Du Hoc, The History of the 2nd & 5th US ARMY Rangers 1st May – 10th June 1944

The second volume of this epic study breaks new ground. The four year research period, with access to TOP SECRET material only recently reclassified, provides a unique view of the US Army Rangers. Inevitably it challenges many accepted beliefs in the actions covered because it has access to information not available to historians before . – Highly Recommended

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