This is a very welcome updated and expanded edition of a best selling book published in 1997. The author has produced a extensively researched complete history of the famous SBD Dauntless dive bomber, hero of the Battle of Midway . – Very Highly Recommended.
This is the second volume of the memoirs of Dr Rehfeldt and, as with the first volume, it reads very well, providing a rare view of mortar units. The author has produced a rare account of what was a critical element in German artillery capabilities and he paints a vivid picture. – Very Highly Recommended.
The very popular Images Of War Series usually deals with a weapon, a battle, a campaign, a war, but this new addition to the Series produces a history of more than a century for one of the most important weapons systems of recent history. The author has produced a remarkably comprehensive history of submarines in US Navy service with some outstanding images. – Most Highly Recommended.
The very popular Images Of War Series has another winner with this latest addition. The Rhine Crossing has received remarkably little coverage, with history dominated by Op Market Garden and Op Overlord. – Most Highly Recommended.
The very popular Images Of War Series is expanded by this well researched and presented account of the Fall of Berlin. As the Western Allies were fighting their way eastwards, the Red Army was reaching its point of revenge. – Most Highly Recommended.
The very popular Images Of War Series is expanded by this well researched and presented review of the German light tanks which were the basis of the Panzers sent into Poland and continued to serve through to the end of WWII. The Germans expected more time to complete the re-equipment of the Panzers and had to make the most of what they had when they invaded Poland. – Most Highly Recommended.
The very popular Images Of War Series frequently covers images and subjects that have received little or no prior coverage by historians. This new addition covers Hungarian armour, a subject receiving little previous coverage and with many images previously unpublished. – Most Highly Recommended.
The SAS are a premier Special Forces Organisation and the nature of their role results in very little coverage in print. This new book, by a 2IC of C Squadron is a fast paced exposure of SAS operations in Africa in the late 1950s through to 1980. – Most Highly Recommended.