The authors have produced a personal view of the Vietnam war as seen through the camera lens. This is a novel approach to military history where few books are created by those who photographed the action – Highly Recommended.
The Images of War series is deservedly popular with its outstanding photo selections at remarkably low prices This new addition covers the air battles over Normandy – Most Highly Recommended.
The Images of War series is deservedly popular with its outstanding photo selections at remarkably low prices This new addition covers one part of the North African campaigns, where the USAAF were a critical part in the landings in the western area of North Africa – Most Highly Recommended.
The Images of War series has been building into a unique and impressive visual military history, offering rare images with concise text at very aggressive pricing. This new addition covers one of the most neglected theatres of war and one of the most neglected organizations, the Chindits – Most Highly Recommended.
The Armies of the Past Series has set new standards in the study of ancient armies. The Romans discovered that the barbarian Celts were much more than the savages they expected and this new book provides the reasons – Very Highly Recommended.
A best selling aviation historian poses questions and provides some answers about the great mysteries of 1940. The Germans controlled the Western coastline from Norway’s North Cape to the Spanish border, so what happened to Operation Sealion? – Highly Recommended.
The author has developed a reputation for authoritative histories of the British Intelligence Services with unusual access to their records. This book charts the development of MI6 from 1909 to 1945, during which period it faced the task of gathering information through an arms race and two World Wars. – Most Highly Recommended.
France, 28 January 2020: “One size doesn’t always fit all, especially when it comes to the digitalisation of a ship. Digitalisation can, and should, be customised to meet the needs of individual companies and vessels,” says Dominique Audion, COO, IEC Telecom Group, enroute to the roundtable discussions at Euromaritime Conference, taking place from February 4th to 6th in Marseille, France.
The entry list is steady building for the 2020 Melges 24 World Championship happening in Charleston, South Carolina on May 1-9. A ton of teams are already signed up to race, and with the earliest entry deadline set for March 1st, there is no time to waste. Teams are strongly encouraged to visit the official website for the 2020 Worlds — everything you need to know regarding the venue, logistics and more can be found online at melges24.com/worlds2020.
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