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 [HINGSTON, LT.-COL. W. G. AND STEVENS, LT.-COL. G. R.],, THE TIGER KILLS.
[HINGSTON, LT.-COL. W. G. AND STEVENS, LT.-COL. G. R.],
THE TIGER KILLS.
HMSO, London, 1944, 1st edn., paperback original, 195pp, 16pp half tone photo ills., maps in text, photo ills. inside wrappers, pictorial wrappers, 8 x 5" approx., a sequel to 'The Tiger Strikes', the story mainly of the 4th Indian Infantry Division in North Africa, the formation being a mixture of British and Indian units, 5th, 7th and 11th (later 161st) Indian Infantry Brigades, fighting as part of 13th Corps of the 8th Army against Rommel's 'Afrika Korps' from June 1941 until final victory in Tunisia in May 1943, slight slant to spine, a little rubbed at extrems. and some impressed marks to upper wrapper, edges tanned, very good,
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 ADAIR, PAUL,, HITLER'S GREATEST DEFEAT - The Collapse of Army Group Centre, June 1944.
ADAIR, PAUL,
HITLER'S GREATEST DEFEAT - The Collapse of Army Group Centre, June 1944.
Rigel, London, 2004, 1st in imprint, 192pp, 16pp matt half tone photo ills., in text maps, coloured pictorial laminated boards with matching dustwrapper, in the World of War series, an account and analysis of the German and Russian armed forces as they faced each other on the Eastern Front in 1944, the withdrawal of 30 German Divisions to the Western Front and the resultant acceleration of the collapse of the German defensive position, with appendices of the German and Russian Orders of Battle in June 1944 and copies of some of the important Operational Orders, fine in a fine dustwrapper,
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Book number: 35500
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 ADAIR, PAUL,, HITLER'S GREATEST DEFEAT - The Collapse of Army Group Centre, June 1944.
ADAIR, PAUL,
HITLER'S GREATEST DEFEAT - The Collapse of Army Group Centre, June 1944.
Brockhampton Press, London, 1996, reprint, 192pp, 16pp half tone photo ills., several maps in text, col'd laminated boards, matching col'd dustwrapper, an account and analysis of the German and Russian armed forces as they faced each other on the Eastern Front in 1944, the withdrawal of 30 German Divisions to the Western Front and the resultant acceleration of the collapse of the German defensive position, with appendices of the German and Russian Orders of Battle in June 1944 and copies of some of the important Operational Orders, fine in a fine dustwrapper,
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Book number: 28791
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 AILSBY, CHRISTOPHER,, HELL ON THE EASTERN FRONT - The Waffen-SS War in Russia 1941-1945.
AILSBY, CHRISTOPHER,
HELL ON THE EASTERN FRONT - The Waffen-SS War in Russia 1941-1945.
Spellmount, Staplehurst, 1998, 1st edn., 192pp, half tone photo pictorial double title, half tone photo ills. in text, large format (9.5 x 7.5 inches approx.), black cloth lettered and decorated in gilt at spine, decorative head and tail bands, half tone photo pictorial dustwrapper, an account of every aspect of the Waffen-SS Divisions of the 3rd Reich on the Eastern Front and a narrative of the progression of the war from early success to eventual defeat, of their organisation, equipment, tactics and battles, with details of their recruitment of foreigners, the consequences of idealogical indoctrination, illustarted with over 100 contemporary photographs, with appendices of the orders of battle, ranks and award tables, personal bookplate on half title otherwise fine, dustwrapper: faint tanning along edges and folds, near fine in a near fine dustwrapper,
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 AILSBY, CHRISTOPHER,, WAFFEN-SS - Hitler's Black Guard at War.
AILSBY, CHRISTOPHER,
WAFFEN-SS - Hitler's Black Guard at War.
Siena / Parragon, Bristil, 1998, 1st edn., 176pp, half tone photo pictorial double title, maps/diagrams, coloured and half tone ills. in text, coloured endpapers, oversize (12 x 9 inches approx.), coloured laminated decorated boards with matching dustwrapper, decorative head and tail bands, a description of one of the most brutal, fanatical and feared military organisations in military history, the Waffen-SS began as a small, elite persional bodyguard for Adolf Hitlet and expanded to over one million men by the end of WW2, featuring all their battles and campaigns and containing many previously unpublished photographs,lightly rubbed at tips, small ink mark upper edge, dustwrapper: lightly rubbed at extrems., relined at spine ends, near fine in a near fine dustwrapper,
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Book number: 41286
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 AMBROSE, STEPHEN E.,, CITIZEN SOLDIERS - The US Army from the Normandy Beaches to the Surrender of Germany.
AMBROSE, STEPHEN E.,
CITIZEN SOLDIERS - The US Army from the Normandy Beaches to the Surrender of Germany.
Pocket Books, London, ND (circa 2003), 3rd imp., trade paperback, 528pp, 48pp half tone photo ills., 9 in text maps, [ii] ads., photo pictorial upper wrapper, drawn from hundreds of interviews with members of the US Army, from the high command to the ordinary soldier, the author recreates the war from the hedgerows of Normandy to the overrunning of Germany from the perspective of the American men and women who fought it, lightly rubbed at extrems., light vertical creasing to spine, edges tanned, very good,
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Book number: 43466
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 AMBROSE, STEPHEN E.,, CITIZEN SOLDIERS - The US Army from the Normandy Beaches to the Surrender of Germany.
AMBROSE, STEPHEN E.,
CITIZEN SOLDIERS - The US Army from the Normandy Beaches to the Surrender of Germany.
Pocket Books, London, 2002, trade paperback, 528pp, 48pp half tone photo ills., 9 in text maps, [ii] ads., photo pictorial upper wrapper, drawn from hundreds of interviews with members of the US Army, from the high command to the ordinary soldier, the author recreates the war from the hedgerows of Normandy to the overrunning of Germany from the perspective of the American men and women who fought it, lightly rubbed at extrems., light vertical creasing to spine, edges tanned, very good,
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Book number: 40035
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 AMBROSE, STEPHEN E.,, PEGASUS BRIDGE - D-Day: The Daring British Airborne Raid.
AMBROSE, STEPHEN E.,
PEGASUS BRIDGE - D-Day: The Daring British Airborne Raid.
Pocket Books, London, 2003, reprint, paperback, xvi, 233pp, [i] note, [v] ads., half tone photo pictorial wrappers, the account of the taking of the bridges over the Orne river and adjacent Caen canal, by the glider forces of Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry and 5th Parachute Brigade, one of the first tasks of Allied forces on D-Day, fine,
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 AMBROSE, STEPHEN E.,, PEGASUS BRIDGE - 6 June 1944.
AMBROSE, STEPHEN E.,
PEGASUS BRIDGE - 6 June 1944.
George Allen and Unwin, London, 1984, 1st edn., 156pp, 8pp half tone photo ills., several line ills. in text, coloured maps at endpapers, navy blue cloth lettered in gilt at spine, photo pictorial dustwrapper, the account of the taking of the bridges over the Orne river and adjacent Caen canal, by the glider forces of Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry and 5th Parachute Brigade, one of the first tasks of Allied forces on D-Day, edges faintly tanned, dustwrapper: lightly rubbed at tips, near fine in a near fine dustwrapper,
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Book number: 39193
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 ANON.,, THE CONQUEST OF NORTH AFRICA.
ANON.,
THE CONQUEST OF NORTH AFRICA.
Burke Publishing, London, ND (c1945), 1st edn., paperback, 78pp, 12pp half tone photo ills., many maps and plans in text, side stapled, photo pictorial wrappers in blue and yellow, an account of the fluctating fortunes of the Allied armies under Wavell, Auchinleck and Montgomery in North Africa: Egypt, Libya and Tunisia, covering in detail the campaigns from June 1940 to May 1943, with additional coverage of the Algerian and Morroccan landings in 1942 and the strange political arrangements with Admiral Darlan and the French, a little rubbed at extrems. with sl. flaking at edges of spine, tiny chip top edge upper wrapper, faint diag. crease lower cnr. lower wrapper, light foxing to edges, staples rusty, good plus,
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 ANON.,, WAR : issue 69 : April 29th, 1944 : [News Facts for Fighting Men].
ANON.,
WAR : issue 69 : April 29th, 1944 : [News Facts for Fighting Men].
Army Bureau of Current Affairs, London, 1944, paperback, 16pp (incl. wrappers), double page map in text, stapled paper wrappers about 8 x 5 inches printed in red, a fortnightly bulletin of war news issued to every officer for the information of his men, marked as 'Restricted', issue number sixty-nine, featuring 'One More River' - 'The 7th Armd Div cross the River Volturno' (a report by the Divisonal Commander on the opposed crossing of the 250 foot wide River Volturno in October 1943), 'The lozenge would be pinched out' (preparations to find the best crossing point), 'The infantry cross' (the actual operation), 'One more river' (a battalion diary of the event), a little rubbed at extrems., light ink stamp upper wrapper, light overall soiling, cnrs. inclined to curl, very good,
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 ANON.,, WAR : issue 1 : September 20th, 1941 : News Facts for Fighting Men.
ANON.,
WAR : issue 1 : September 20th, 1941 : News Facts for Fighting Men.
Army Bureau of Current Affairs, London, 1941, paperback, 16pp (incl. wrappers), map of Libya inside lower wrapper, stapled paper wrappers about 8 x 5 inches printed in red, a fortnightly bulletin of war news issued to every officer for the information of his men, issue number one, featuring War in the Desert (first of 4 articles on the Western Desert campaign), A Year of Escapes (a gunner relates his experiences after the fall of France), The Red Army Tackles Tanks (facts about German tank units and their tactics on the Eastern Front), a little rubbed at extrems., ink name across upper wrapper, faint horizontal crease and light overall soiling, cnrs. inclined to curl, very good,
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Book number: 39794
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 ANON.,, WAR : issue 9 : January 10th, 1942 : News Facts for Fighting Men.
ANON.,
WAR : issue 9 : January 10th, 1942 : News Facts for Fighting Men.
Army Bureau of Current Affairs, London, 1942, paperback, 16pp (incl. wrappers), map of East Africa in text, stapled paper wrappers about 8 x 5 inches printed in red, a fortnightly bulletin of war news issued to every officer for the information of his men, marked as 'Not to be Published', issue number nine, featuring The War in East Africa (June 1940 to final Italian surrender November 1941), a little rubbed at extrems., ink name across upper wrapper, light overall soiling, cnrs. inclined to curl, very good,
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Book number: 39804
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 ANON.,, WAR : issue 2 : October 4th, 1941 : News Facts for Fighting Men.
ANON.,
WAR : issue 2 : October 4th, 1941 : News Facts for Fighting Men.
Army Bureau of Current Affairs, London, 1941, paperback, 16pp (incl. wrappers), map of Libya inside lower wrapper, stapled paper wrappers about 8 x 5 inches printed in red, a fortnightly bulletin of war news issued to every officer for the information of his men, marked as 'Not to be Published', issue number two, featuring War in the Desert II (second of 4 articles on the Western Desert campaign), What the Prisoners say (the work of interrogation officers), Escape out of Holland (how a Dutch officer evaded the Germans), The Sergeant saw it through (the background to his DCM in Africa), a little rubbed at extrems., ink name across upper wrapper, faint horizontal crease and light overall soiling, cnrs. inclined to curl, very good,
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Book number: 39795
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 ANON.,, WAR : issue 8 : December 27th, 1941 : News Facts for Fighting Men.
ANON.,
WAR : issue 8 : December 27th, 1941 : News Facts for Fighting Men.
Army Bureau of Current Affairs, London, 1941, paperback, 16pp (incl. wrappers), map of Libya in text, stapled paper wrappers about 8 x 5 inches printed in red, a fortnightly bulletin of war news issued to every officer for the information of his men, marked as 'Not to be Published', issue number eight, featuring Libya - The First Phase (the present campaign from 18th November 1941), The Army of the U.S.A. (organisation and training), Report of a Sea Rout (Royal Navy versus Italian Navy off Cape Spartivento, Sardina), lightly rubbed at tips, faint creasing, very good plus,
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Book number: 40243
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 ANON.,, WAR : issue 5 : November 15th, 1941 : News Facts for Fighting Men.
ANON.,
WAR : issue 5 : November 15th, 1941 : News Facts for Fighting Men.
Army Bureau of Current Affairs, London, 1941, paperback, 16pp (incl. wrappers), map of the Balkans in text, stapled paper wrappers about 8 x 5 inches printed in red, a fortnightly bulletin of war news issued to every officer for the information of his men, marked as 'Not to be Published', issue number five, featuring Break-away from Greece (the Greek campaign part 2), We Bag our First (an anti-aircraft gunner in London), Diary of a Parachutist (Russian naval parachutists behind Rumanian lines), Bombed at Sea (an account of an incident during East coast convoy protection), lightly rubbed at tips, faint creasing, staples a little rusty, very good,
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Book number: 40240
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 ANON.,, WAR : issue 10 : January 24th, 1942 : News Facts for Fighting Men.
ANON.,
WAR : issue 10 : January 24th, 1942 : News Facts for Fighting Men.
Army Bureau of Current Affairs, London, 1942, paperback, 16pp (incl. wrappers), map of Libya in text, stapled paper wrappers about 8 x 5 inches printed in red, a fortnightly bulletin of war news issued to every officer for the information of his men, marked as 'Not to be Published', issue number ten, featuring Benghazi and Beyond (part two on the Libyan campaign), A German on Crete (attributed to a German Staff Officer), A Visit to Russia (a British Staff Officer's assessment of the Red Army), with a postscript on the Arctic Convoys, a little rubbed at extrems., ink name across upper wrapper, light overall soiling, cnrs. inclined to curl, very good plus,
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Book number: 39806
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 ANON.,, WAR : issue 2 : October 4th, 1941 : News Facts for Fighting Men.
ANON.,
WAR : issue 2 : October 4th, 1941 : News Facts for Fighting Men.
Army Bureau of Current Affairs, London, 1941, paperback, 16pp (incl. wrappers), map of Libya inside lower wrapper, stapled paper wrappers about 8 x 5 inches printed in red, a fortnightly bulletin of war news issued to every officer for the information of his men, marked as 'Not to be Published', issue number two, featuring War in the Desert II (second of 4 articles on the Western Desert campaign), What the Prisoners say (the work of interrogation officers), Escape out of Holland (how a Dutch officer evaded the Germans), The Sergeant saw it through (the background to his DCM in Africa), lightly rubbed at extrems., light soiling and staples a little rusty, very good,
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Book number: 40238
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 ANON.,, WAR : issue 21 : June 27th, 1942 : [News Facts for Fighting Men].
ANON.,
WAR : issue 21 : June 27th, 1942 : [News Facts for Fighting Men].
Army Bureau of Current Affairs, London, 1942, paperback, 16pp (incl. wrappers), map of Libya in text, stapled paper wrappers about 8 x 5 inches printed in red, a fortnightly bulletin of war news issued to every officer for the information of his men, marked as 'Not to be Published', issue number twenty-one, featuring 'Libya, Summer, 1942' (a chronological account of the mechanised desert warfare up to the withdrawal from Gazala, with a new map), The Work of the Pioneers (account of the varied work of the Pioneers), a little rubbed at extrems., faint vertical crease and light overall tanning, cnrs. inclined to curl, very good plus,
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Book number: 39814
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 ANON.,, WAR : issue 18 : May 16th, 1942 : [News Facts for Fighting Men].
ANON.,
WAR : issue 18 : May 16th, 1942 : [News Facts for Fighting Men].
Army Bureau of Current Affairs, London, 1942, paperback, 16pp (incl. wrappers), 2 maps showing supply routes to Russia and details of the oil-rich area centred on Syria/Iraq/Iran, stapled paper wrappers about 8 x 5 inches printed in red, a fortnightly bulletin of war news issued to every officer for the information of his men, marked as 'Not to be Published', issue number eighteen, featuring How Russia Fights (military training and fighting policy in Russia), The Roads to Russia (the supply routes to Russia from the West), a little rubbed at extrems., ink initials and stamp across upper wrapper, light overall creasing and soiling, cnrs. inclined to curl, good,
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Book number: 39813
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 ANON.,, WAR : issue 13 : March 7th, 1942 : [News Facts for Fighting Men].
ANON.,
WAR : issue 13 : March 7th, 1942 : [News Facts for Fighting Men].
Army Bureau of Current Affairs, London, 1942, paperback, 16pp (incl. wrappers), stapled paper wrappers about 8 x 5 inches printed in red, a fortnightly bulletin of war news issued to every officer for the information of his men, marked as 'Not to be Published', issue number thirteen, featuring If Invasion Comes (what can be expected from the Germans), We Kept Escaping (experiences of a South African armoured car driver), The Birth of the Blitz (what the Germans learned about blitzkrieg in Spain), lightly rubbed at tips, faint creasing, light soiling, very good,
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Book number: 40247
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 ANON.,, WAR : issue 21 : June 27th, 1942 : [News Facts for Fighting Men].
ANON.,
WAR : issue 21 : June 27th, 1942 : [News Facts for Fighting Men].
Army Bureau of Current Affairs, London, 1942, paperback, 16pp (incl. wrappers), map of Libya in text, stapled paper wrappers about 8 x 5 inches printed in red, a fortnightly bulletin of war news issued to every officer for the information of his men, marked as 'Not to be Published', issue number twenty-one, featuring 'Libya, Summer, 1942' (a chronological account of the mechanised desert warfare up to the withdrawal from Gazala, with a new map), The Work of the Pioneers (account of the varied work of the Pioneers), lightly rubbed at tips, light soiling and pencil name upper wrapper, slight rusting to staples, very good,
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Book number: 40254
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 ANON.,, WAR : issue 10 : January 24th, 1942 : News Facts for Fighting Men.
ANON.,
WAR : issue 10 : January 24th, 1942 : News Facts for Fighting Men.
Army Bureau of Current Affairs, London, 1942, paperback, 16pp (incl. wrappers), map of Libya in text, stapled paper wrappers about 8 x 5 inches printed in red, a fortnightly bulletin of war news issued to every officer for the information of his men, marked as 'Not to be Published', issue number ten, featuring Benghazi and Beyond (second report on the Libyan campaign), A German on Crete (attributed to a German Staff Officer), A Visit to Russia (a British Staff Officer's assessment of the Red Army), with a postscript on the Arctic Convoys, lightly rubbed at tips, faint creasing, very good plus,
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Book number: 40244
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 ANON.,, WAR : issue 10 : January 24th, 1942 : News Facts for Fighting Men.
ANON.,
WAR : issue 10 : January 24th, 1942 : News Facts for Fighting Men.
Army Bureau of Current Affairs, London, 1942, paperback, 16pp (incl. wrappers), map of Libya in text, stapled paper wrappers about 8 x 5 inches printed in red, a fortnightly bulletin of war news issued to every officer for the information of his men, marked as 'Not to be Published', issue number ten, featuring Benghazi and Beyond (part two on the Libyan campaign), A German on Crete (attributed to a German Staff Officer), A Visit to Russia (a British Staff Officer's assessment of the Red Army), with a postscript on the Arctic Convoys, a little rubbed at extrems., staple upper wrapper, faint creasing and light overall soiling, cnrs. inclined to curl, very good,
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Book number: 39805
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 ANON.,, WAR : issue 9 : January 10th, 1942 : News Facts for Fighting Men.
ANON.,
WAR : issue 9 : January 10th, 1942 : News Facts for Fighting Men.
Army Bureau of Current Affairs, London, 1942, paperback, 16pp (incl. wrappers), map of East Africa in text, stapled paper wrappers about 8 x 5 inches printed in red, a fortnightly bulletin of war news issued to every officer for the information of his men, marked as 'Not to be Published', issue number nine, featuring The War in East Africa (June 1940 to final Italian surrender November 1941), a little rubbed at extrems., staple upper wrapper, faint creasing and light overall soiling, cnrs. inclined to curl, very good,
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Book number: 39803
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