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Leroy Thompson, illustrated by Adam Hook illustrated by Alan Gilliland
A lively study that explores the origins, combat record and legacy of the Suomi, the rugged and lethally accurate submachine gun that equipped Finnish, German and other forces during World War II.
Robert Forczyk, illustrated by Graham Turner
Just a few months after Stalingrad, the armies of Hitler and Stalin fought one of the largest armoured battles in history at Kursk, in the last German offensive in the East. This fully illustrated book examines this titanic struggle and will appeal to anyone interested in World War II history or tank warfare.
Steven J. Zaloga, illustrated by Jim Laurier
A fully illustrated account that pits two of World War II's most important tanks, the German Panzer 38(t) and the Soviet BT-7, against each other, depicting their struggle for mastery on World War II's Eastern Front. This will appeal to all those interested in armoured warfare and World War II history.
Bouko de Groot, illustrated by Gerry Embleton
A highly illustrated study of the Dutch infantry during the 80 Years' War and the struggle for independence from Spain. It will appeal to all enthusiasts of 16th and 17th century warfare and the development of military strategy generally.
Format: Hard Cover
Written by the foremost expert on British wartime special forces this is a major new history of the Long Range Desert Group. Illustrated throughout with images that have not seen the light of day in over 70 years and peppered with interviews and diary entries, this book is the perfect companion title to the best-selling SAS in World War II and SBS in World War II.
Martin Pegler, illustrated by Mark Stacey and Alan Gilliland
A detailed study of Samuel Colt's revolvers, iconic American handguns since 1836, which is essential reading for anyone interested in small arms and their impact on the history of warfare.