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These are books available or expected to be published by the various specialist, military publishers with whom we deal. 

We  need to order these in specially so please be patient as they are often delayed ie they don’t always appear when the publishers list said they would!
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by C E Lucas Philips

Well used copy. Mass market paperback. spine torn.edges rubbed.Pages browning. The spectacular attack by a handful of Royal Marines in 1942 on the German shipping and blockade runners in Bordeaux

1970, Pan Books, , 0330104586,< G-01>,256pp, ills., , , CARD
Subject...World War II - General
Web No. 20327-02..............................£2.00 

by M C McDougall

Mass market paperback. Good with slight browning on page edges.The author served with No.4 Commando from after the Dieppe Raid to the end of WWII. This is the story of operations in Normandy, Walcheren and others. Two members received the VC.

1988, Grafton (Paperbacks), , 0586200843,< G-01>,237pp, , , CARD
Subject...World War II - General
Web No. 17678-01..............................£2.00 

by Ewen Montagu

Mass market paperback. Pages browning. Good. "Operation Mincemeat" - the remarkable WWII deception operation which involved the dumping at sea of a body with a briefcase locked to its wrist containing false plans that the Allies were to invade Europe from North Africa.

1968, Corgi Books, , 0552078212,< G-01>,116pp, , , CARD
Subject...World War II - General
Web No. 1901-03..............................£2.00 

by Don Newton and A Cecil Hampshire

Mass market paperback. Fragile but complete. Pages browned. November 1940 - the night the Fleet Air Arm Swordfish attacked the Italian fleet in its harbour and crippled it

1974, New English Library, , 0450019926,< G-01>,173pp illustrations, , , CARD
Subject...World War II - General
Web No. 18939-01..............................£2.00 

by Christer Bergstrom

This is the ultimate book on ”Operation Market Garden”, by internationally highly acclaimed military historian Christer Bergstrom. In depth research by the author has resulted in many myths and misconceptions being convincingly dispelled, backed up by detailed source notes. In fact, these two volumes form a completely new image of the battle in the Netherlands in the autumn of 1944. Bergström has made a painstaking research work for several years, interviewing veterans and others who participated or witnessed the battle. He has gone through all relevant documents in all relevant archives in the UK, the USA, Germany and the Netherlands, and that material forms the basis of this volume.

2019, Vaktel Forlag, , 9789188441447,< G-03>,399pp, numerous b/w illustrations, New in d/w, ,
Subject...World War II - Western Europe
Web No. 37935-01..............................£23.99 

by Richard C. Smith

A Pictorial History of Biggin Hill Aerodrome through Two World Wars and Beyond. It was established during the latter part of the First World War, when the Royal Flying Corps defended the skies in basic wood and fabric aeroplanes, then afterwards the aerodrome was built up during the 1920s and 1930s, seeing advances in technology and aircraft. During the five years of the Second World War Biggin Hill played a significant role during the Dunkirk evacuation, the Battle of Britain and the fight back across the Channel, finally helping to bring freedom to occupied Europe. Post-war saw the arrival of the jet age and the RAF Aircrew Selection Centre which was based there. Annual air shows became the norm during the 1950s and still continue today.

2020, Mitor Publications, , 9781527269866,< G-03>,256pp, 370 b/w photos, new in card cover, , CARD
Subject...World War II - Western Europe
Web No. 38118-01..............................£13.99 

by Gilberto Villahermosa

The German II Parachute Corps in the Battle for France, 1944. In June 1944, Allied forces fighting desperately to establish a foothold in Normandy and then breakout of the confining bocage found themselves opposed by a bewildering array of formations of the German Wehrmacht. Among them were the newly formed German II Parachute Corps. This gripping account examines the exploits of Germany's II Parachute Corps and its commander, Eugen Meindl from the Allied invasion on 6 June to the end of August 1944. Meindl's Parachute Corps fought stubbornly for three weeks, before being forced to fall back. Trapped along with the bulk of the German Seventh Army in the Falaise pocket, Meindl and his paratroopers maintained their discipline and were selected by the Commander in Chief of OB West to lead the German breakout to the east.

2019, Pen & Sword, , 9781848327719,< G-03>,303pp, 8 maps, numerous b/w photos, new in d/w, ,
Subject...World War II - Western Europe
Web No. 37914-01..............................£25.00 

by Prit Buttar

The Soviet reconquest of Central Ukraine, 1943. Beginning towards the end of the Battle of Kursk, Retribution explores the massive Soviet offensive that followed Operation Zitadelle, which saw depleted and desperate German troops forced out of Central Ukraine. In this title, Buttar describes in detail the little-known series of near-constant battles that saw a weakened German army confronted by a tactically sophisticated force of over six million Soviet troops. As a result, the Wehrmacht was driven back to the Dnepr and German forces remaining in the Taman Peninsula south of Rostov withdrew into the Crimea, a retreat which would become one of many in the months that followed.

2019, Osprey Publishing, , 9781472835321,< G-04>,480pp, 32 b/w photos, 20 maps, new in d/w, ,
Subject...World War II - Eastern Front
Web No. 38140-01..............................£25.00 

by Clayton Donnell

An account from the Soviet Perspective. In December 1941 the offensives of the German Army Groups North and Centre were stalled in the mud and cold of the Russian winter. However in the Crimea, the German Eleventh Army encircled the vast fortress of Sevastopol, launching massive combined air, artillery and land attacks against the heavily defended positions. The forts and bunkers defending the city had to be taken one by one and casualties on both sides were severe. This brutal struggle went on for over six months.

2016, Pen & Sword, , 9781783463916,< G-04>,248pp, numerous b/w photos, maps, plans, New in d/w, ,
Subject...World War II - Eastern Front
Web No. 37109-01..............................£25.00 

by Carl-Fredrik Geust

This book describes the operations of the Soviet Air Force along the Finnish-Soviet front during the Winter War 1939-1940. The Winter War began with the Soviet invasion of Finland on 30 November 1939, three months after the outbreak of World War II, and ended three and a half months later with the Moscow Peace Treaty on 13 March 1940. The book includes 350+ photos, most of which were previously unpublished, 28 colour profiles, and 5 maps. A must-have book for the student of Soviet aviation history, providing exhaustive details on the units, personalities, and aircraft of the Soviet side of the Winter War.

2020, MMP Books, , 9788365958518,< G-04>,large format, 352pp, c350 b/w photos, 28 colour profiles, 5 maps., new in illustrated boards, 0,
Subject...World War II - Eastern Front
Web No. 38088-01..............................£39.99 

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