Air War Archive, Messerschmitt Bf 109, The Latter Years – War In The East To The Fall Of Germany, Rare Luftwaffe Photographs From Wartime Archives

Another addition to the deservedly popular Images of War series with brief introductory text and excellent caption and extended captions. This is another AWA book with a fantastic selection of rare images, covering the latter years of the iconic Bf 109 – Highly Recommended

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Images of War, Fallschirmjager: German Paratroopers 1942-1945, Rare Photographs From Wartime Archives

Another addition to the deservedly popular Images of War series. This is another IoW book covering the history of the Fallschirmjager, this time in taking their story from 1942 to 1945 – Highly Recommended

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Images of Aviation, The Berlin Airlift, The World’s Largest Ever Air Supply Operation

The Berlin Airlift was one of the most extraordinary humanitarian operations in history and the first Allied victory of the Cold War against the Soviet Union. The Berlin blockade was a test case provocation of the West by the Soviet Union as it gauged the prospects for invasion of Germany, France and the Low Countries – Highly Recommended

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A Peer Among Princes, The Life of Thomas Graham, Victor of Barrosa, Hero of the Peninsular War

Previously untold story of a most remarkable soldier and hero of the Peninsular War. The story of Thomas Graham, Lord Lynedock has never been comprehensively told before, a Scottish landowner, politician, sportsman, traveller and military leader – Highly Recommended

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The Germans in Normandy

A book proving that there are still valuable new insights into the Normandy fighting that add greatly to established knowledge. The story of the Allied landings in Normandy have been told very well from an Allied perspective but remarkably little has been written about the experiences of the Germans who were the recipients of the largest amphibious landing in history – Highly Recommended

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The Ismaili Assassins, A History Of Medieval Murder

A book that cuts through the myth and legend of the Assassins and the Crusaders, setting out a fascinating history that has shaped the world today. The Medieval conflict between Christians and Muslims has many similarities to the Middle East today and the use of terror – Much Recommended

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The Battle of Fontenoy 1745, Saxe Against Cumberland in the War of the Austrian Succession

A perceptive and original account by a leading authority on 18th Century warfare. The Battle of Fontenoy was the turning point in the War of the Austrian Succession and yet it has been very poorly covered before by historians – Very Highly Recommended

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Take These Men, Tank Warfare With The Desert Rats

A vivid and flowing account of the North Africa armoured engagements by the late Lt Col Cyril Joly, MC & Bar. This book was highly acclaimed in 1955 when it was first published and remains the outstanding account from a ‘tanker’ who served throughout the Western Desert campaign, was wounded and awarded the Military Cross and Bar – Very Highly Recommended

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