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Japanese Infantryman 1937–45

by Gordon L. Rottman & Michael Welply

This book examines in detail the Japanese Infantryman who was, despite comparisons with the notorious German Waffen SS, an enigma to Westerners. Brutal in its treatment of prisoners as well as the inhabitants...


M60 Main Battle Tank 1960–91

by Richard Lathrop, John McDonald & Jim Laurier

Entering service in the early 1960s, the M60 tank was in production for 23 years and formed the backbone of US Army and Marine armoured units during the Cold War. Over 15,000 were built in four basic models:...


American Defenses of Corregidor and Manila Bay 1898–1945

by Mark Berhow, Terrance Mcgovern & Chris Taylor

The Philippines were declared an American Territory on January 4, 1899, and fortification construction soon began on the islands in the mouth of Manila Bay. Among the sites built were Fort Mills (Corregidor),...


The US Army in World War II (2)

by Mark Henry & Mike Chappell

It was the Mediterranean theatre which saw the blooding of the US Army against the German Wehrmacht, in North Africa in winter 1943/44. After this rough education the US forces pressed on to Sicily, the South...


Vietnam Airborne

by Gordon L. Rottman & Ronald Volstad

The Airborne units that fought against the Viet Cong in Vietnam were a select brotherhood. Their ability to respond and move rapidly by air transport or helicopter, combined with their flexibility in ever-changing...


US Army Special Forces 1952–84

by Gordon L. Rottman & Ronald Volstad

From its very inception the United States Army Special Forces has been enmeshed in controversy, its mission misunderstood to varying degrees, and its very existence opposed by some of the Army hierarchy. Nevertheless...


Destination Berchtesgaden

by John Frayn Turner & Robert Jackson

Of the US Armies fighting in Europe at the end of World War II, General Patch's Seventh Army has received the least attention from historians. Although over-shadowed by the performance of General Patton and...


Creative Thursday: Everyday Inspiration to Grow Your Creative Practice

by Marisa Anne Cummings

Learn to make creativity a daily habit!

Whether you're just beginning to trust your artistic voice or you've been refining it for years, Marisa Anne is the loving guide and caring mentor you need to help you...


Life on the Line

by Kevin Twaddle & Scott Burns

Kevin Twaddle was a footballer who was always prepared to take a risk on the park but it was off it where he really gambled. The former Hearts, Motherwell and St Johnstone winger speaks openly for the first...


Heine

by Ritchie Robertson & Arthur Hertzberg

Heinrich Heine (1797-1856) is one of Germany's greatest writers. His agile mind and brilliant wit expressed themselves in lyrical and satirical poetry, travel writing, fiction, and essays on literature, art,...


Companion to Spanish Women's Studies

by Xon de Ros & Geraldine Hazbun

After an introductory survey of the development of women's studies in the context of Spain, twenty-one chronologically ordered essays by scholars from Britain, the United States, Spain and Mexico explore women's...


The Last Night on the Beat

by Harry Morris

The hilarious adventures of Harry the Polis as recalled by ex-polis Harry Morris, the self-appointed Chief Constable of funny stories, continue with the publication of his tenth book, The Last Night on the Beat....


Hartsend

by Janice Brown

At the turn of the year, in a village in Central Scotland, several people come together at the funeral of Mrs Crosthwaite, a dominating woman famed for her fruit scones. Her middle-aged daughter Lesley now has...


BHS VETERINARY MANUAL 2ND EDITION

by STEWART HASTIE

Authoritative, comprehensive and practical, this fully updated and revised edition includes new material on: Laminitis, Equine Metabolic Syndrome, Body Condition Scoring, Biosecurity including Yard Biosecurity...


The Diabetes Healing Diet

by Mark Greener & Christine Craggs-Hinton

Every three or four minutes someone in the US receives a diagnosis of diabetes. But, healthy eating – alongside other lifestyle changes and, if necessary, medication – may prevent diabetes from developing...


Depressive Illness: The Curse of the Strong

by Tim Cantopher

This book has helped many thousands of those who have depression. This new edition, written by a leading consultant psychiatrist, explains that depression tests the strongest of us. Dr Cantopher guides the reader...


Christ in the Wilderness

by Stephen Cottrell

The remarkable English painter Stanley Spencer produced a series of works entitled Christ in the Wilderness (1939–54), portraying the forty days Jesus spent in the wilderness. These beautiful and compelling...


Autobiographical Jews: Essays in Jewish Self-Fashioning

by Michael Stanislawski

Autobiographical Jews examines the nature of autobiographical writing by Jews from antiquity to the present, and the ways in which such writings can legitimately be used as sources for Jewish history. Drawing...


Down in the Jungle (Early Reader)

by Vivian French & Selina Young

Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books. A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your reading journey.

Down in the...


Social Determinants of Health Among African-American Men

by Henrie M. Treadwell, Clare Xanthos & Kisha B. Holden

This groundbreaking book applies the concept of social determinants of health to the health of African- American men. While there have been significant efforts in recent years to eliminate health disparities,...