THE HURRICANE POCKET MANUAL
ALL MARKS IN SERVICE
THE MOSQUITO POCKET MANUAL
ALL MARKS IN SERVICE
Compiled and introduced by Martin Robson
Published by Conway 19 May, 2016
£8.99 Hardback /eBook
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This book is part of the Luftwaffe at War. Series that covers the evolution of the German air force and its equipment during WWII. Essentially, these are photo-essays, but they also include highly informative concise text and extended photo captions. The quality of the images is first rate and the selection of images matches, Some images are rare or never before published in publicly accessible documents This book covers story of the FW-190 fighter that was also known as the ‘Butcher Bird”. Highly recommended
This book is part of the G.I. Series that covers the evolution of the American soldier. Essentially, these are photo-essays, but they also include highly informative concise text and extended photo captions. The quality of the images is first rate and the selection of images matches, Some images are rare or never before published in publicly accessible documents This book covers story of the men of the US Armored Forces from 1918 to the end of the 20th Century. Strongly recommended.
The last few years have seen much change in publishing as new media come into play, but in many areas, there is no substitute for a printed book. Fortunately, recent changes have seen well-loved imprints ending up in safe hands and the Adlard Coles Nautical imprint is one such. This new edition of a very popular title is now in its fifth reprint and it has been fully revised. An excellent and very valuable pocket book.
Established readers of Conway’s famous Warship annual will be delighted to know that it fully subscribes to its well-established reputation and follows the familiar format. New readers will find this an absorbing and varied review of naval technology and operations, past, present and future.Highly Recommended.
Another great edition.
Seaforth is a Pen & Sword imprint with an impeccable reputation in bringing to market outstanding naval history. This new book will only add to the reputation. Working with the National Maritime Museum, Seaforth has produced the first in a multi-volume series, using the epic work of Richard Perkins. This work was based on Perkins huge library of photographs of warships and was ended only by the outbreak of World War Two and the restrictions imposed for security reasons. Volume I covers Capital Ships from 1895-1939. This work will be of great importance to all professionals and enthusiasts with an interest in this significant period of naval history. The publisher is also offering aggressive discounts for the launch period of the book which should ensure a wider audience – if you follow this period of naval history, don’t miss this book.
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