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Wackmole9 Supporting Member of TMP31 Mar 2021 12:21 p.m. PST

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The Blitz: London Then & Now HC 1991 by John Neville, Martin Mayer w/DJ Fine $12 USD

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The first heavy raids on London by German bombers hit the capital in September 1940. This marked the beginning of the Blitz which was to transform the face of London. The author brought together b&w archive photographs and put them alongside colour photographs of the same, familiar sites.
Pen & Sword The Battle for Kharkov, 1941–1943 Images of War SC 2016 by Anthony Tucker-Jones Fine $10 USD
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The four battles fought for Kharkov during the Second World War are often overshadowed by the battles for Moscow, Leningrad, and Stalingrad, yet they were critical stages in the struggle between the Wehrmacht and the Red Army for control of the southern Soviet Union.

Anthony Tucker-Jones, in this volume in the Images of War series, offers a visual record of the dramatic and bloody conflict that took place there, showing every grim aspect of the fighting. Kharkov became one of the most bitterly contested cities during the war on the Eastern Front, and this book presents a graphic overview of the atrocious conditions the soldiers on both sides had to endure.

In 1941 Kharkov fell to Hitler's Army Group South. In 1942 the Soviets tried and failed to retake it, losing 240,000 men in the Barvenkovo Bulge. Then, in 1943, the control of the battered city changed hands twice before the Soviets liberated it for good. The fate of Kharkov during the war reflects the history of the wider struggle between Hitler's Germany and Stalin's Soviet Union.
Pen & Sword The Red Army at War Images of War SC 2010 By Artem Drabkin Fine $10 USD

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What was life in the Red Army like for the ordinary soldier during the Great Patriotic War, the fight between the Soviet Union and Germany on the Eastern Front? How far is the common perception of Red Army heroism and sacrifice borne out by historical reality? And what was the daily experience of the individual soldier caught up in this immense and ruthless conflict? The 160 contemporary photographs from the Russian archives that have been selected for this book give a striking insight into all sides of wartime service for the Soviet soldier. The whole range of military experience is portrayed here, from recruitment and the rigours of training to transport, marching and the ordeal of combat.

Pen & Sword Combined Round the Clock Bombing Offensive Images of War SC 2015 By Philip Kaplan Fine $10 USD

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In World War Two, the most effective fighting units were usually small – submarine crews, infantry platoons, commandos, and bomber crews. Of these it could be said that the men who crewed the bombers caused more damage to the enemy and had a greater impact on the outcome of the conflict than any number of the rest. Most of the aircrews were volunteers (in the RAF, they all were), intelligent, fit, and highly trained. Each knew he was essential to the team; he knew that a mistake by anyone could mean the death of all. Their interdependence was a welding influence.
Focke Wulf 190: The Birth of the Butcher Bird 1939–1945 Luftwaffe at War SC by Morten Jessen 2016 Fine $8 USD
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Long with its well-known counterpart, the Messerschmitt Bf 109, the Fw 190 became the backbone of the Luftwaffe's fighting force. Capable of performing in theaters as diverse as North Africa, the Russian Front and in Western Europe, its superior killing ability earned it the nickname, the ‘Butcher Bird'. Famed for its speed and maneuverability – some of the Luftwaffe's most successful fighter aces – from Otto Kittel to Erich Rudorffer – claimed a great many of their kills while flying it.

Battle of Gettysburg Booklet 1961 by W.C. Storrick Fine for $6 USD

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The Country The Contestants The Results 80 Page Softcover Booklet by the first Guide to the ACW battlefield.
I will get a postage estimate before shipping ( or payment) Please PM or e-mail at wdaniel994(at)comcast(dot)net
US customers only. Paypal,Check or Money order.

Wackmole9 Supporting Member of TMP01 Apr 2021 7:22 a.m. PST

Kharkov and Focke Wolf books pending

Hatchitt Supporting Member of TMP03 Apr 2021 7:23 p.m. PST

Is the Red Army at War book and the ACW booklet still available?

Wackmole9 Supporting Member of TMP06 Apr 2021 6:21 p.m. PST

yes the two books are available

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