Winning Armageddon, Curtis LeMay and Strategic Air Command, 1948-1957

An important and insightful review of how Curtis LeMay and SAC built and maintained an effective nuclear deterrent. Naturally, any book on this subject will be contentious and provoking for some readers, but totally absorbing for others. – Most Highly Recommended

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Allied Coastal Forces of World War II, Volume I, Fairmile Designs & US Submarine Chasers

This is the definitive work on Allied Coastal Forces vessels, written and illustrated by former RN officer, the late John Lambert, and American author and technical illustrator Al Ross. Originally, this work was published in two volumes by Conway Maritime and this new book is a new edition of Volume I with additional material, published beautifully by Seaforth publishing. – Most Highly Recommended

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Land Craft 2, M2/M3 American Half-Tracks of the Second World War

This new series will prove very popular with both modellers and military enthusiasts, with its readable text and outstanding images. This addition to the series offers the story and pictures of the very important M2/M3 half-track vehicles. – Highly Recommended

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Tank Craft 18, Panther Tanks, German Army and Waffen-SS Defence of the West, 1945

It is easy to understand why the Tank Craft series has become so popular. This addition to the series features nicely researched and presented text, with some outstanding images and an authoritative review of available model kits. – Highly Recommended

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Disaster at Stalingrad, an Alternative History

Alternative histories provide intriguing possibilities but can also ignore some of the situations that explain how the real history was formed. This book makes a very good job of arguing the case with solid evidence, some fresh insights, and presents it in an absorbing and enjoyable text with good illustration, including a photo plate section. – Very Highly Recommended

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Images of War, The Eighth Army In North Africa, Rare Photographs From Wartime Archives

A new addition to the very popular Images of War series, covering the British Eighth Army in North Africa. The North African Campaigns were war of movement as armour travelled fast in advance, only to run short of supplies and be forced into retreat. – Highly Recommended

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Images of War, Japan Triumphant, The Far East Campaign 1941-1942, Rare Photographs From Wartime Archives

A new addition to the very popular Images of War series, covering the initial Japanese advances through Malaya and Burma. The Japanese achieved some extraordinary rapid advances from the start of their campaign until Allied strength and improving tactics began to tell. – Highly Recommended

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Images of War, The Battle for Arnhem 1944-1945, Rare Photographs From Wartime Archives

A new addition to the very popular Images of War series, covering the Battle for Arnhem. The attempt to drive a corridor through German lines in the Netherlands to shorten the war was a gamble that very nearly came off completely. – Highly Recommended

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