Ground Combat Books
(Thomas Antonsen) The book tells the complete development history of the Danish Leopard 2A5 from creation of the vehicle concept to the "QRF" version currently serving in Afghanistan.
Days of Battle describes a hitherto neglected part of the military history of Hungary during World War II. Dr Norbert Számvéber the presents detailed accounts of four important clashes of German-Hungarian and Soviet armor north of the river Danube, in the
Revised edition of a rare account of a German armored division in combat at the epic Battle of Stalingrad.
For Hitler and the German military, 1942 was a key turning point of World War II, as an overstretched but still lethal Wehrmacht replaced brilliant victories and huge territorial gains with stalemates and strategic retreats.
In December 1943, an American four-star general was appointed to lead the huge operation — code-named ‘Overlord’ — which had been planned by Britain and the United States to defeat Germany. To that end, General Dwight D. Eisenhower arrived in London in Ja
(David Littlejohn) In this work the author gives a history the air war, year by year, and then introduces the reader to the active ground defenses, Flak, Radar, Searchlights etc.
Demolishing the Myth: The Tank Battle at Prokhorovka, Kursk, July 1943: An Operational Narrative
(Waldemar Trojca) Hard cover, large format (9"x12"), with 208 pages, approximately 300 black and white photos, 16 pages of color
In the first volume of this new photo book series “DER TIGER” the tanks and crew members of Heavy Tank Battalion 501 are shown in the field, performing maintenance, and during pause after seeing action at the front. The photos were taken by photographers
(Bruce Allen Watson) Accounts of men at war in some of the world's most hostile environments. Surprising and illuminating conclusions about desert warfare.
Following Mussolini’s declaration of war in June 1940, initially Italy faced only those British troops based in the Middle East but as the armed confrontation in the Western Desert of North Africa escalated, other nations were drawn in — Germany, Australi
Deutsche Soldaten Uniforms, Equipment and Personal Items of the German Soldier 1939-45 (A. Sainz)
The Devil's General - The Life of Hyazinth Graf Strachwitz - the "Panzer Graf"
This is the story of the most highly decorated German regimental commander of World War II, known as the “Panzer Graf” (Armored Count).
The first book in the 'Through the Lens' series covers the amphibious landing at Dieppe by the Calgary Army Tank Regiment.
Books on the events of the early months of 1940 are dominated by the desperate fighting undertaken the British Expeditionary Force in Northern France and Belgium following the German invasion of May 10th and it is often overlooked that prior to this anoth
This publication closes one of the major gaps in the Dragon Wagon's bibliography: it is a technical high-quality photographical walk-around of excellently restored M26 tractor trucks and M15 / M15A1 semitrailers.
Duel in the Mist Vol. 2
The Leibstandarte During the Ardennes Offensive
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European Volunteer in World War Two 1939-1945 #2
The main articles in the third issue of The European Volunteer (volume 2) are:
--Langemarck and the Operation Solstice by Massimiliano Afiero
--Spanish Volunteers on the Eastern Front - second part by Antonio Guerra
--SS-Obersturmfuhrer Kurt Sametreit