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Dave Ryan of Caliver Books writes:

Salute has kept us a tad busy this week, so not much to say, but here are a few things to show we haven't forgotten you.

Watch this space for some Crann Tara 28mm Hanoverians – The Wargamers' Annual 2022 is shipping.

Orders for Warfare Now, Please!

English Civil War Flags

English Civil War Flags: Cavalry Cornets & Guidons Steve Archibald. This book includes a collection of over 300 known cavalry troop colors from the war, all illustrated in full-color. To be as accurate as possible, a variety of sources were used, including drawings and detailed descriptions from the time, as well as some current material. The book will prove to be a handy reference of all the known flags for historians, wargamers, modellers and battle re-enactors. £15.00 GBP

Wars of the Republic: Ancient Roman Wargaming 343-50BC Osprey rules. We have a handful of pre-release copies only – shipping now! From the First Samnite War and the eventual conquest of the Italian Peninsula, to the defeat by Hannibal at Lake Trasimene, and final victory over the Gauls at Alesia, Wars of the Republic is a miniature wargame that allows you to campaign with the legions, or stand firm against Roman expansion and fight throughout the ancient Mediterranean. £12.99 GBP

Leyte Gulf 1944 (1) The Battles of the Sibuyan Sea and Samar Author: Mark Stille. Illustrator: Jim Laurier. CAM 370. This is the first in a two-part study of the October 23-26 Battle of Leyte Gulf, which resulted in a decisive defeat for the Japanese. Shipping now. £14.95 GBP

Tanks at the Iron Curtain, 1946-60 Early Cold War Armor in Central Europe

Tanks at the Iron Curtain 1946-60: Early Cold War Armor in Central Europe Author: Steven J. Zaloga. Illustrator: Felipe Rodriguez – NVG 301. A study of the Soviet and NATO armored forces that faced each other off in Central Europe in the early Cold War, and how their technology, tactics and doctrine were all rapidly developed. Shipping now. £11.99 GBP

U.S. Navy Special Warfare Units in Korea and Vietnam: UDTS and Seals, 1950-73 Elite 242. Author: Eugene Liptak. Illustrator: Stephen Walsh. Fully illustrated throughout, this study explores how the U.S. Navy's specially trained naval commandos accomplished their missions in Korea and Vietnam. Shipping now. £11.99 GBP

British Sniping Rifles

British Sniping Rifles since 1970: L42A1, L96A1 and L115A3 Author: Steve Houghton. Illustrator: Johnny Shumate, Alan Gilliland. Code WPN 80. Featuring full-color artwork and close-up photographs, this absorbing study assesses the development, combat use, impact, and legacy of these three iconic British sniping weapons. Shipping now. £12.99 GBP

Battle of Hue 1968: Fight for the Imperial City Campaign 371. Author: James H Willbanks. Illustrator: Ramiro Bujeiro. In late January 1968, some 84,000 North Vietnamese and Viet Cong troops launched a country-wide general offensive in South Vietnam, mounting simultaneous assaults on 36 of 44 provincial capitals, and five of the six autonomous cities (including the capital city of Saigon). The longest and bloodiest battle occurred in Hue, the most venerated place in Vietnam. The bitter fighting that raged there for more than three weeks drew the attention of the world. Shipping now. £14.95 GBP

Medieval Battle & Tournament Standards

Medieval Battle & Tournament Standards Cocke. 105 pages. Large format paperback. All color, nearly 200 standards. The medieval battle and tournament standards within the pages of this book were researched during the period 1530 to 1550 by the Lancaster herald John Cock. The drawings cover the period of the 14th Century through to the middle of the 16th Century. Just £24.50 GBP.

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