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8th December, 2018


 

GEHEIME BUNKERANLAGEN DER DDR

by Stefan Best 

This fascinating study covers the bunkers and secret installations of the former German Democratic Republic. It describes the most important and largest shelter complexes of the national defence council, and the Ministries for national defense, public security and the interior, plus buildings of the Soviet armed forces in Germany. Contains more than 120 colour and 90 black and white photos, 60 layout plans, sketches and documentation exemplifying 48 types of structure up to 1989. All designs were reconstructed    from previously restricted plans.

German text.

New in pictorial boards -  215pp, numerous colour & b/w illustrations

Motorbuch Verlag, 2004
ISBN 3613023326 

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Web No.
32748-01

£26.00

 


COMMANDING THE RED ARMY'S SHERMAN TANKS

by Colonel Dmitriy Loza. Translated by James F. Gebhardt
 


The author commanded a Sherman equipped tank battalion in the Red Army in WWII. He saw action in the Ukraine, Romania, Hungary, Czechoslavakia and Austria, 1943-45, taking part in the actions at Kosum-Shevenkoviy, Jassey, Bupapest, Vienna and Prague. In the later stages of the war formations of the 6th Guards Tank Army were moved east to spearhead the Soviet attacks on Japanese forces in Manchuria. In May, 1946 Loza was awarded the USSR's highest decoration for valor, being made a Hero of the Soviet Union for his actions in the battle for Vienna.

New in illustrated boards - 173pp,
12 b/w illustrations, 2 maps

University of Nebraska Press, 1996
ISBN 0803229208

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Web No.
25241-01

£37.00


BRITISH FLIGHT TESTING: MARTLESHAM HEATH 1920-1939

by Tim Mason 

A classic Putnam volume covering the development of testing for aircraft intended for the Royal Air Force and the Fleet Air Arm. For nearly twenty years Martelsham Heatrh was the site from which all British military aircraft underwent their type testing before acceptance into service (or indeed, rejection). Tim Mason, in colaboration with T. Heffernan, provides a detailed record of the testing of the aeroplanes, their equipment and armaments.

Fine in d/w - Large format, 256pp,
300+ b/w photos & illustrations

Putnam Aeronautical, 1993
ISBN 0851778577 

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Web No.
20184-01

£24.00


39-45: HISTOIRE D'UN MONDE EN GUERRE

by Claude Quetel
 

A History of a World at War. A living encyclopedia on The Second World War, through 40 milestones, from its origins in 1933, to the beginning of the Cold War in 1949. The book focuses on the main actors and witnesses the daily life of civilians and soldiers through 1,000 colour and black and white photographs, maps, artwork and illustrations. Although the book is new, several pages suffer from a printing register fault, though they are perfectly readable.

French text.

New in illustrated boards - Large Format, 528pp, c1000 colour & b/w illustrations

Larouse, France, 2015
ISBN 9782035923523

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Web No.
37374-01

£20.00



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 The Editor's Choice:

NARRATIVE OF THE CAMPAIGN OF THE ARMY OF THE INDUS,IN SIND & KAUBOOL IN 1883-9. TWO VOLUMES

by Richard Hartley Kennedy


Web No.
27579-01

470.00

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