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Imperial Japanese Navy Heavy Cruisers 1941-45

by Mark Stille & Paul Wright

Designed with little more than a passing nod to the international naval treaties of the inter-war period, the Imperial Japanese Navy’s heavy cruisers were fast and heavily armed. Like the other vessels of...

Imperial Japanese Navy Battleships 1941-45

by Mark Stille & Tony Bryan

The Imperial Japanese Navy of World War 2 surpassed the Allied and Axis fleets in innovation and technology. This title covers the 12 Japanese battleships that saw service between 1941-45. Each class is considered...

Imperial Japanese Navy Aircraft Carriers 1921-45

by Mark Stille & Tony Bryan

The Imperial Japanese Navy was a pioneer in naval aviation, having commissioned the world's first built-from-the-keel-up carrier, the Hosho. Throughout the 1920s and 1930s, it experimented with its carriers,...

Marine Recon 1940-90

by Charles Melson & Paul Hannon

In 1976 Maj. James Capers Jr. welcomed new men and their families into a force reconnaissance company. 'Only the most capable Marines are selected for this duty due to rigid mental and physical demands. A very...

Vietnam Marines 1965-73

by Charles Melson & Paul Hannon

Osprey's survey of Marines during the second half of the Vietnam War (1955-1975). The period following World War II (1939-1945) saw a number of associated Marine Corps, three of whom fought together during...

The US Army in World War II (1): The Pacific

by Mark Henry & Mike Chappell

When World War II broke out in September 1939 the US Army – starved of resources since 1919 – numbered just 174,000 men. By VJ-Day, 2 September 1945, a total of 8.3 million had served in an army which had...

The Scythians 700-300 BC

by E.V. Cernenko & Angus Mcbride

Though the 'Scythian period' in the history of Eastern Europe lasted little more than 400 years, the impression these horsemen made upon the history of their times was such that a thousand years after they had...

The US Cavalry

by John Selby & Michael Roffe

The US cavalry has distinguished itself in battle since the American Revolution of the 1770s. Since then, the cavalry has seen action in the American Civil War (1861-1865) and in frequent battles with Native...

United States Marine Corps

by John Selby & Michael Roffe

This book examines the uniforms, equipment, history and organization of the United States Marine Corps, from 1775, through their service in World Wars I and II, through to Korea (1950-1953) and Vietnam (1955-1975)....

Foot Grenadiers

by Charles Grant & Michael Roffe

This book examines the uniforms, equipment, history and organization of Napoleon’s Foot Grenadiers during the Napoleonic Wars (1799-1815). Their experiences at Ulm, Austerlitz, Berlin, in Russia and at Waterloo...

The Buffs

by Gregory Blaxland & Michael Youens

The Buffs originated in 1572 from a company of 300 men raised from London-trained bands sent to aid the Protestant cause in Holland. Upon their return to England, the Company re-formed as a single regiment,...

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

by William Mcelwee & Michael Roffe

On 1 July 1881 Viscount Cardwell's wholesale reorganisation of the British Army brought into existence Priness Louise's Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Both had existed as separate regiments even before their...

Elite Forces of India and Pakistan

by Kenneth Conboy & Paul Hannon

Influenced by the German use of paratroopers early in World War II (1939-1945), General Sir Robert Cassels, the Commander-in-Chief India, ordered the formation of an airborne cadre in October 1940. Thus marked...

The NVA and Viet Cong

by Kenneth Conboy & Simon Mccouaig

In 1940 Japan placed Vietnam under military occupation, restricting the local French administration to a figurehead authority. Seizing the opportunity, the Communists organised a Vietnamese independence league,...

South-East Asian Special Forces

by Kenneth Conboy & Simon Mccouaig

Elite units have long been prominent in the armies of South-East Asia and, given the turmoil in the region since the 1960s, these forces have had ample opportunity to be tested in combat. Acknowledged expert...

The War in Laos 1960-75

by Kenneth Conboy & Simon Mccouaig

As World War II drew to a close, the Imperial Japanese military seized control of Laos, a French protectorate, and encouraged nationalist movements to forestall the revival of French power in the region. Despite...

Napoleon's Campaigns in Italy

by Philip Haythornthwaite & Richard Hook

In January 1794 the French ‘Army of Italy’ was commanded by General Dumerbion and he acknowledged a great debt to his 25-year-old commander of artillery – Napoleon Bonaparte. The French Revolution had...

Frederick the Great's Army (3): Specialist Troops

by Philip Haythornthwaite & Bryan Fosten

Frederick the Great was not renowned as a great artillery enthusiast, however he did recognise the importance of artillery and greatly expanded the arm. Frederick was also aware of the value of strong fortifications...

Frederick the Great's Army (2): Infantry

by Philip Haythornthwaite & Bryan Fosten

Throughout the wars undertaken by Frederick the Great, probably his greatest resource was his infantry. It is a mark of the king's determination that despite wars which almost destroyed both Prussia and its...

Frederick the Great's Army (1): Cavalry

by Philip Haythornthwaite & Bryan Fosten

The Prussian army of King Frederick II, 'the Great', became so renowned as a result of its campaigns, principally during the Seven Years' War (1756-1763), that it was regarded as a model for many of the other...