Planned engineering work on Fire Project portals





We have scheduled two periods of planned engineering work for this week.

On Tuesday July 7 between 12:00 and 22:00 hrs MDT we will be working on all and portals This work is not expected to be visible to readers visiting these portals unless there is anything unexpected.

On Thursday July 9 between 12:00 and 22:00 hrs MDT there will be further work on some portals. This may result in some portals being temporarily unavailable during the period of the work.

@Firetrench (facebook & Twitter) and @Editors (Parler) feeds will not be affected by the planned work, other than a possible delay in posting new items.

We thank our readers for their patience during any unavoidable disruption of service

FIRE Project Project Manager

North Korea Waring with the World

The author’s forty year experience of Asia provides absorbing insights into the realities of North Korea and its ruling family. North Korea continues to present a serious threat to world peace and the Korean War has still not been fully terminated in a Peace Treaty. An understanding of the threat and the aims of its leaders is of vital importance. – Most Highly Recommended.

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Images of War, MacArthur’s Papua New Guinea Offensive 1942-1943, Rare Photographs From Wartime Archives

The ‘Images of War’ series has become very popular because it provides rare selections of photographs, concise text and low pricing of military history. This new addition to the series also covers a seriously neglected key campaign of WWII. – Most Highly Recommended.

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Royal Flying Corps Kitbag, Aircrew Uniforms & Equipment From The War Over The Western Front In WWI

A fascinating new addition to the unique ‘Kitbag’ series from Frontline books. Although this book contains a great many images, mostly in full colour, there is also plenty of informative text and many images are published for the first time. – Very Highly Recommended.

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Images of War, United States Marine Corps In Vietnam, Rare Photographs From Wartime Archives

The Images of War series is one of the most successful products in military history publishing with this addition to the series following that very popular format to the highest standards. By combining low cost with outstanding images and excellent concise text this photo-review of the USMC in Vietnam will be highly successful. – Very Highly Recommended.

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Wargames Terrain & Buildings, North Africa and the Middle East

The popularity of wargames has been increasing and it is a part of the total process. This book provides a beautifully illustrated guide to modelling terrain and buildings that is suitable for the most experienced and the novices. It covers the Middle East and North Africa from Ancient History to Modern History. – Highly Recommended.

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With a Royal Engineers Field Company in France & Italy, April 1915 to the Armistice

A very rare and important memoir of a Royal Engineer Officer. Remarkably little coverage is given to military engineers of any war, and this rare personal memoir is even rarer because it covers service from almost the start of the Great War until its end when survival times were terrifyingly short. – Most Highly Recommended.

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The Thames at War, Saving London from the Blitz

This original and superbly illustrated account of how London survived between 1940 and 1945 breaks new ground. Much has been written about London during WWII, but this is the first comprehensive account of how a new range of emergency services fought nature and the Luftwaffe and won. – Most Highly Recommended.

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Einarr’s Saga – The Winter

Inspired by family sagas, the author follows two young warriors forged in battle. The family saga was handed down through the generations as a private record and, in recent years, archaeology has been proving new insights that support the family saga version of history. – Very Highly Recommended.

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Tango 1-1, 9th Infantry Division LRPS in the Vietnam Delta

An absorbing account of special forces operations by Airborne Rangers of the Long Range Patrol in the Vietnam Delta. The use of troops behind enemy lines is not new, gong back to ancient times, but the Vietnam War saw some new twists and turns as the US attempted to wage war against a low tech enemy, using high tech equipment. – Highly Recommended.

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