The author will be known to readers of The Armourer Magazine, but this is his first book and an excellent start. There have been numerous books on the subject of British women at war during WWI and WWII, but books in any language on German women at war are very rare – Very Highly Recommended.
This new addition to the very popular Air War Archive series follows the established pattern of concise text, captions, extended captions and lavish illustration. The subject was one of the most important German aircraft of WWII but one that is difficult to place within the many different aircraft types – Very Highly Recommended.
This new addition to the very popular Images of War series follows the established pattern of concise text, captions, extended captions and lavish illustration. Most books in this series use largely images from official archives. In this new book many images come from private albums of members of the Division – Very Highly Recommended.
Another excellent book from Dennis Oliver. The Tank Craft series has become very popular with modellers and enthusiasts. This new addition to the range meets the criteria of excellent photographs and drawings with descriptive text and full captions – Very Highly Recommended.
The Tank Craft series has become very popular with modellers and enthusiasts. This new addition to the range meets the criteria of excellent photographs and drawings with descriptive text and full captions – Very Highly Recommended.
SKIRA are renowned for their high quality Photography Series and this is a worthy addition to their catalogue. The editor has sensitively presented a selection of work by Japanese photographers in a stimulating display of new trends in Japanese photography – Most Highly Recommended.
- First newly designed manual 35mm SLR camera released in over 25 years
- Reimagining analogue photography for the smartphone generation
- Developed by creative team behind ‘If You Leave’ photographic community
Photos: (credit: Exmouth RNLI)
PR021117-1 Margot Cornish (centre) with buoy, Crew volunteers Tim Barnes (left) and Harry Griffin (right)
PR021117-1 Inshore lifeboat George Bearman II
PR021117-1 Shannon class lifeboat R and J Welburn
Local artist, Margot paints buoy for Exmouth lifeboat station
Before the evening exercise on 1 November, Exmouth RNLI Crew volunteers were presented with a buoy depicting the station’s Shannon and D class lifeboats.
Photo: (credit: Exmouth RNLI)
PR021117 Rob Langenberg (centre) displaying the painting with Andrew Stott (left) and Roy Stott (right)
Dutch artist donates Shannon painting to Exmouth lifeboat station
Rob Langenberg from Heerhugowaard, The Netherlands has been visiting Exmouth for the last 30 years with his wife, Lia. Rob presented Exmouth lifeboat station with his first seascape work during a recent holiday to south Devon.