An annual treat for naval professionals and enthusiasts, for those readers who have yet to read this treat, don’t miss this 2020 edition. The large format, beautifully produced and presented book covers provides a naval power study for 2020. – Most Highly Recommended.
This is the form of naval history that the publisher and author excel at. The large format, beautifully produced and presented book covers one of the most important classes of cruiser to serve the Royal Navy. – Most Highly Recommended.
This unique history of Roman naval power is a must read for everyone who has an interest in Ancient History. The author has provided a most comprehensive review of centuries of Roman naval activity and its critical part in the expansion of Rome’s influence and power. – Most Highly Recommended.
This biography of wreck hunter Terry Parsons provides an absorbing insight into the archaeology of WWII aircraft wrecks. The able text is supported by exclusive photography and is created from original notes recorded by Terry Parsons. – Most Highly Recommended.
The author has produced a detailed view of how the RAF addressed a serious deficiency to build an impressive tactical air power. The RAF had neglected tactical air power, leaving the Army exposed and, without urgent correction, landing troops in Occupied Europe successfully would be impossible. – Very Highly Recommended.
The TankCraft series is aimed at the modelling enthusiasts but has become popular with a much wider readership. This new addition covers the M48 Patton series of tanks and follows the successful format of many full colour images of the subject and available model kits, combined with good text in captions, extended captions, introduction and tank history. – Very Highly Recommended.
The author has traced the developing Holocaust from the Odessa Massacre in a series of logical steps, making this book a very good point to start into understanding this terrible genocide. The text is descriptive and concise, supported by many images through the body of the book. – Very Highly Recommended.
This ‘Images Of War series book under the Greenhill books imprint features rare photographs from veterans collections rather than official war archives and its a great collection of images. The proven format of concise text, supporting a large image collection, is followed, concluding with full colour images from recent photography. – Very Highly Recommended.