Dear friends:

Today we offer five new books for your pleasure. From Pen & Sword – A Tale of Ten Spitfires; from Frontline Books – Knights of the Battle of Britain; from Casemate – The First Bridge Too Far; from Helion – Air Battles Over the Baltic 1941; and from Kagero – Operational History of the Hungarian Armoured Troops in World War II.

We also wish to inform you that we now have received two titles we featured previously. Armoured Warfare in the Battle for Budapest hit our desk with a loud thud. This monster is over 800 pages and, although it does not contain a single photo, is full of excellent battle accounts, numerous tables, and colour maps. Grab it while it is still in print. Additionally, we have received Der Tiger Volume 3. It is really a great photo album with many unpublished and rare photos of Tigers. Many are full page and every Tiger aficionado will find it worth every penny. Looks like this series will be a winner so do not wait to start collecting the set with the 5th or 6th volume, when the earlier ones will be out of print.

Until next time, read on. John and Sharron