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Wilderness and Spotsylvania 1864: Grant versus Lee in the East

by Andy Nunez & Peter Dennis

Grant and Lee fought near Chancellorsville, VA in a confusing series of battles amidst brush thickets and wildfires. Unlike previous campaigns, Grant simply kept flanking Lee, trying frontal assaults at Spotslvania's...


Soviet Submachine Guns of World War II: PPD-40, PPSh-41 and PPS

by Chris McNab & Steve Noon

The Russian PPD-40, PPSh-41, and PPS family of SMGs were a key part of Soviet infantry assault doctrine in World War II and beyond.

Featuring expert analysis and an array of specially commissioned full-color...


Wizards: From Merlin to Faust

by David Mcintee & Mark Stacey

From the wise and mysterious soothsayer with his long grey beard to the deathless necromancer practicing his dark magics in a forgotten dungeon, wizards have captured our imaginations since the earliest days...


Medium Mark A Whippet

by David Fletcher & Henry Morshead

This title looks at the Medium Mark A Whippet, one of the most successful British tanks of World War I and, when placed alongside existing titles covering the Mark I, Mark IV and Mark V, completes the New Vanguard...


Morane-Saulnier MS.406 Aces

by Kari Stenman & Chris Davey

French World War II fighter design was cut short by the fall of France, but the MS.406 also saw service in Vichy French colonies and Finland.

The MS.406 was an important aircraft not only because it was built...


Forces of the Hanseatic League: 13th-15th Centuries

by David Nicolle & Gerry Embleton

The famous but largely unchronicled Hanseatic League (or simple "the Hanse/Hansa") was a Tuetonic German commercial and defensive federation of merchant guilds based in harbor towns along the North Sea and Baltic...


Fall Gelb 1940 (1): Panzer breakthrough in the West

by Doug Dildy

The German blitzkrieg conquest of France and the Low Countries (via the Ardennes, Arras, and Dunkirk) in May and June of 1940 has never been surpassed in the history of warfare in that no clash between such...


US Heavy Cruisers 1941-45 - Pre-war Classes

by Mark Stille & Paul Wright

American Navy cruisers built prior to World Wat II saw extensive action throughout the Pacific War, in both surface actions like Guadalcanal, and carrier battles like Midway.

Designed and produced under the regulations...


Jagdpanther vs SU-100: Eastern Front 1945

by David Higgins & Richard Chasemore

The culmination of big-gun German and Soviet tank destroyer design can be found in their clashes in Hungary in the spring of 1945.

As World War II in Europe reached its end, armor development and doctrine had...


Spitfire V vs C.202 Folgore: Malta 1942

by Donald Nijboer & Jim Laurier

The inability of the Italians and Germans to invade Malta proved decisive for Allied victory in the Mediterranean during World War II, as the islands provided the Allies with a base from which to project air...


Nieuport 11/16 Bébé vs Fokker Eindecker: Western Front 1916

by Jon Guttman & Jim Laurier

The Nieuport 11 boasts an important place in the technology race against German aircraft in World War I aerial warfare. It eventually led Nieuport to produce the first plane flown in large numbers in aerial...


The Knight Who Saved England: William Marshal and the French Invasion, 1217

by Richard Brooks

This is the fascinating story William Marshal who negotiated the brutal realities of medieval warfare and the conflicting demands of chivalric ideals, and who against the odds defeated the joint French and...


A History of the World in 100 Weapons

by Chris McNab

It's a truism to say that history is written by the winners. But what is it about the winners that make them so powerful? In this enlightening new book, Chris McNab searches for answers to this question and...


We Will Destroy Your Planet: An Alien''s Guide to Conquering the Earth: An Alien''s Guide to Conquering the Earth

by David Mcintee & Miguel Coimbra

Enjoy this pseudo-nonfiction, 'how-to' military handbook for aliens intending to conquer the Earth. Science fiction elements are satirized and then connected to real-world science, history, and military technique...


The Carthaginians 6th-2nd Century BC

by Andrea Salimbeti & Giuseppe Rava

Carthage became Rome's greatest and most legendary enemy under the generalship of Hannibal in battles like Cannae. During the Punic Wars, Carthage's elite mercenary-professional army was ultimately defeated...


The Big Book of Gun Trivia: Everything you want to know, don't want to know, and don't know you need to know

by Gordon L. Rottman

A complete guide to weapons history, facts, myths and trivia, covering everything you wanted to know, didn’t want to know and you don’t know you need to know...Gordon Rottman offers a step by step guide...


Rising Sun, Falling Skies: The Disastrous Java Sea Campaign of World War II

by Jeffrey Cox

A fresh look at the disastrous Java Sea Campaign of 1941–42 which heralded a wave of Japanese naval victories in the Pacific but which eventually sowed the seeds of their eventual change in fortunes.

In the...


Letters from the Front: From the First World War to the Present Day

by Andrew Roberts

Similar to Letters From Iwo Jima and All Quiet On The Western Front, this book tells the story of young men from many nations thrown into the crucible of war, fighting not just to survive, but to understand...


Albatros D.III: Johannisthal, OAW, and Oeffag variants

by James Miller

In 1916, Imperial German aerial domination, once held by rotary-engined Fokker and Pfalz E-type wing-warping monoplanes, had been lost to the more nimble French Nieuport and British DH 2s which not only out-flew...


US Cold War Aircraft Carriers: Forrestal, Kitty Hawk and Enterprise Classes

by Brad Elward & Paul Wright

Supercarriers became the ultimate in aircraft carrier design after World War II. Naval aviation allows fleets to project mobile power across vast distances, and these floating cities epitomize this mission design....