Cold War, 1945-1991, Vietnam’s Final Air Campaign, Operation Linebacker I & II, May-December 1972

This addition further develops the popular and unique series studying the Cold War. By the beginning of 1972, the Americans could see the war in Vietnam being lost despite the huge expenditure of advanced military resources. – Highly Recommended


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Letters from Mafeking, Eyewitness Accounts From The Longest Siege of the South African War

The publisher does primary source books particularly well and this is the story of the longest siege of the Boer Wars told in the words of eyewitnesses. An illuminating account of the siege and its aftermath. – Highly Recommended

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Last Post Over The River Kwai, The 2nd East Surreys In The Far East, 1938-1945

This book is a carefully researched account of the traumatic experiences of officers and men in the Far East Theatre. The 2nd East Surreys were a good example of the experiences of British Regiments before WWII and during it in the Far East. – Highly Recommended

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Panzer Rollen, The Logistics of a Panzer Division From Primary Sources

This book is based on two intelligence reports that were produced from translations of captured German documents. The Panzer Division was constrained by logistics more often than supported. This primary source information provides a unique insight. – Highly Recommended

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Secret Service in the Cold War, an SIS Officer From Philby to the Cuban Missile Crisis and the Balkans

Authoritative accounts of the intelligence world through the Cold War are very rare, making this autobiographical account all the more important and valuable. The author, together with his son’s efforts to edit and present the story, has provided a senior insider’s account of a part of history shrouded in darkness. – Strongly Recommended

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Admiral John S McCain and the Triumph of Naval Air Power

Rarely does a naval officer influence directly and indirectly the conduct of major war. This fine biography shows how McCain influenced US Navy air power in a personnel role and then as a Carrier Task Force commander in the Pacific. – Most Highly Recommended

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Flight Craft 16, Hawker Hunter, in British Service

The Hunter was the last trans-sonic British jet fighter with a long service life and a successful export record. This new addition to the very popular Fight Craft series provides a host of magnificent specially commissioned full colour drawings and a great selection of photographic images, many never before published. – Most Highly Recommended

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