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|Deutsche Artillerie- und Minenwerfer Munition 1914-1918|
|Author: Karl-Heinz Dissberger
Format: 188 pages, over 100 drawings, sb.
Published Price $37.50
Our price: EUR 27.50 (excl. P&P)
Detailed summary of all German Artillery- and Minenwerfer ammunition and fuzes used during World War One. Great reference material, and a must for every WW1 collector. German language (translation table present German-English).
|The Imperial War Museum Book of the Somme|
|Author: Malcolm Brown
Format: 380 pages, b/w photographs, sb.
Published Price £8.99
Our price: EUR 7.50 (excl. P&P)
The distinguished military historian Malcolm Brown has woven the many and varied accounts by well over a hundred participants - mainly British, but with not a few Germans - into a rich tapestry of experience.
|The Imperial War Museum Book of the Western Front|
Format: 367 pages, b/w photographs, sb.
Published Price £7.99
Our price: EUR 7.50 (excl. P&P)
'A blockbuster, a veritable peal of ordnance ... Malcolm Brown has created an account which is as near as anyone is likely to get to the authentic life of the trenches.' Yorkshire Post 'One of the best books of its type ... an unrivalled and readable introduction to the years of Trench Warfare.' Times Educational Supplement.
|Under the guns of the Red Baron|
|Author: by Franks, Giblin and McCrery.
Format: 224pp, over 100 photos, line-art and maps and 10 colour paintings, sb.
Published price £14.99
Our price: EUR 10.75 (excl. P&P)
Here, for the first time, the most complete backgrounds of the men he fought and accounted for in air battle are documented. In most cases this includes place and dates of birth, where they lived, were educated and worked, and then when they joined the colours. Many served in army regiments or other military units prior to joining the Royal Flying Corps or Royal Naval Air Service and their full service records, where known, are included. The later lives of those who survived the encounter with the Red Baron are also fully reported.
For years there have been controversies covering some of the Baron's victims but these have now been resolved to the authors' satisfaction, so presented here is his full list of victories and victims which will surprise most commentators. More valuable still is the fact that over 100 of the 123 men concerned are depicted by photographs, in itself a unique compilation of material. These are complemented marvelously by the ten colour paintings, by Chris Thomas, which illustrate decisive moments in battle. With a full explanation of the air actions themselves using von Richthofen's own
combat reports, and a minibiography of each victim, this book will be the ultimate for World War One historians and collectors of Richthofen reference and memorabilia.