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The Last Warlord: The Life and Legend of Dostum, the Afghan Warrior Who Led US Special Forces to Topple the Taliban Re

by Brian Glyn Williams

Chronicling the spectacular rise to power of General Abdul Rashid Dostum, this is an intimate profile of the one of the most powerful warlords to have dominated Afghanistan in the years since the Soviet withdrawal...

Patchwork and Quilting in Britain

by Heather Audin

Patchwork quilts are hugely evocative emblems of our domestic past. With no two quite the same, each example hints both at the story of the particular household in which it was produced and at a larger piece...

Airstream: The Silver RV

by Tara Cox

The Airstream is an eye-catching vintage classic. First appearing on American highways in the mid-1930s, these sleek aluminum icons were compact, cozy spaces that could hitched to the family car and taken out...

World War II Jungle Warfare Tactics

by Stephen Bull & Steve Noon

Osprey's examination of jungle warfare tactics of World War II (1939-1945).

Suffocating heat, tropical rain and hostile jungle terrain were but a few of the treacherous obstacles that confronted the Allies when...

German Combat Equipments 1939-45

by Gordon Rottman & Ronald Volstad

The field equipment of the German Army in World War II was closely related to that used throughout World War I and earlier, yet it was of relatively light weight, ruggedly constructed, well designed, functional,...

Military Badge Collecting

by John Gaylor

This book is a comprehensive guide, which will appeal to anyone with an interest in medal collecting. The book contains over 800 illustrations.

I Just Like to Make Things: Learn the Secrets to Making Money while Staying Passionate about your Art and Craft

by Lilla Rogers

Gain a wealth of information, inspiration, and know-how on moving your artistic career forward from one of the most successful illustration agents in the industry!

I Just Like to Make Things is a dazzling,...

Gun Digest

by Jerry Lee

The world's greatest gun book is here again--it's Gun Digest 2014!

Since 1944, Gun Digest has been regarded as the shooter's No. 1 resource worldwide. Our 2014 68th Edition is nothing less, as we continue the...

Warman's U.S. Coins & Currency Field Guide

by Arlyn Sieber

The take-it-with you collecting resource!

Featuring more than 500 color pictures and current pricing, this dynamic best-selling Field Guide to U.S. money is the most complete and compact guide on the market....

Stryker: The Siege of Sadr City

by Konrad RK Ludwig

In the spring of 2008, Coalition troops responded in-force to what quickly became one of the largest, bloodiest and most influential battles of the Iraq War. For nearly three months, American and Iraqi troops...

Nightcap at Dawn: American Soldiers' Counterinsurgency in Iraq

by J B. Walker

A group of U.S. soldiers emailed their observations and experiences from Iraq and their candid opinions on fighting an insurgency. This book is the result. This startling collection of emails is a thoughtful...

My Men are My Heroes: The Brad Kasal Story

by Nathaniel R. Helms

My Men Are My Heroes introduces its readers to a living standard of Marine Corps esprit de corps and military decorum. Sergeant Major Bradley Kasal, the pride of Iowa, is a small town boy who wanted to be a...

Scientific Investigation of Copies, Fakes and Forgeries

by Paul Craddock

The faking and forgery of works of art and antiquities is probably now more extensive than ever before. The frauds are aided by new technologies, from ink jet printers to epoxy resins, and driven by the astronomic...

Eva Zeisel: Life, Design, and Beauty

by Pat Moore, Pirco Wolfframm & Pat Kirkham

Eva Zeisel was one of the twentieth century's most influential ceramicists and designers of modern housewares. Her distinctive take on modern industrial design was inspired by organic form and brought beauty...

The Origin of the World

by Jp. A. Calosse & Döpp Hans-Jürgen

Lacan, the last owner of Courbet’s The Origin of the World, loved the painting so much that he couldn’t even bring himself to look at it. Instead, he hid it behind a “safer” painting. The Chinese called...

The Ceramic Art of Japan: A Handbook for Collectors

by Hugo Munsterberg

Featuring dozens of color photographs and extensive commentary, this Japanese ceramics guide is an comprehensive resource for collectors and art enthusiasts.

For the collector of Japanese ceramics, the chief...

The Ornamented Tray: Two Centuries of Ornamented Trays (1720-1920)

by W.D. John & Zilla Rider Lea

This authoritative and definitive work contains the first formal history of antique trays every published. Each of its six chapters is written by a different authority. They discuss:

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Best Practice 2

by Emma Nardi & Cinzia Angelini

Emma Nardi, Introduction; Cinzia Angelini, Adult visitors learning from experience; Paola Autore, Roma Caput Mundi - A trip into the past to rediscover the origins of integration; Narine Khachaturyan, Three...

Voice-Over for Animation

by Jean Ann Wright & M.J. Lallo

Voice Over for Animation takes animation and voice-over students and professionals alike through the animated voice-over world. The book provides information, exercises, and advice from professional voice-over...

History from Things: Essays on Material Culture

by Stephen Lubar & David W. Kingery

   History from Things explores the many ways objects—defined broadly to range from Chippendale tables and Italian Renaissance pottery to seventeenth-century parks and a New England cemetery—can reconstruct...