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Houston, 1967, Deep River armory, reprint of GPO 1869 edition, paper booklet, 5x7, fine condition, 33 pages, plans & drawings. details US Navy ship board gun drill at the end of the Civil War.

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New York 1991, Sarpedon, first US edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 6x9, Fine/Fine condition, x, 304 pages, illustrations, appendices. Without the willing assistance of many non-Germans, the Nazis could not have succeeded in annihilating millions of Jews during World War II. In the western Ukraine, Nazi political goals coincided with that of local nationalist organizations to produce an alliance that resulted in the slaughter of scores of thousands of innocent civilians. Through survivors' eyes, Alliance for Murder: The Nazi-Ukrainian Nationalist Partnership in Genocide documents the horrors of fascist "Actions" in the Ukraine, leading the reader through successive atrocities until individual Jews, hiding in forests or sheltered by sympathetic local families, are the only remnants of once vital, populous communities. In addition to the chilling personal memoirs of the Holocaust, many contributors to this book also offer objective analyses ... Read more

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London 1984, Leo Cooper, UK first edition, hard bound w/dj, Fine / Fine condition, ( dj price clipped) 6x9, 200 pp, illus. ------------------ The author, an officer in the Polish Navy, joined the Polish resistance and fought the Germans till he escaped to Britain with his family.

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University of Delaware Press, Newark, DE, 1979. US first edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, VG/VG condition ( dj price clipped & small spot of color missing from dj cover), 215 pages, maps, notes, bibliog., index. ---------------------------------------------------------------The decision to invade North Africa, rather than to strike directly across the Channel in 1942, was the crucial strategic decision of the first year of the war-time Anglo-American alliance. It determined the course of Allied strategy against Germany for the ensuing two years, and effectively ensured that the British and US military effort in Europe was concentrated in the Mediterranean during that period. In consequence, the opening of the 'Second Front' in North-West Europe, so much desired by the sorely pressed Soviet Union, was postponed until 1944. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Keith Sainsbury has examin ... Read more

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Lanham, MD , Madison Books 1995., US first edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 6 1/4 x 9 1/4, FINE/FINE CONDITION, 197 pages, illustrations, bibliog., index. ----------------------------------During World War II, while thousands of Japanese-Americans were being sent to U.S. detainment camps, a Japanese-American from Hawaii working as a U.S. Army spy in the Philippines was captured by the enemy. Richard Sakakida was the only Japanese-American prisoner of the Japanese forces, and he faced death as a "traitor" because of his Japanese face. Despite unspeakable torture, Sakakida stubbornly refused to confess that he was an American spy; ironically, his Japanese cultural heritage is what enabled him to survive the beatings inflicted on him by his Japanese captors. Sakakida narrowly escaped a death sentence and was assigned to the office of a Japanese official, where he gained valuable military information for MacArthur and engineered a daring prison break that freed a Filipino guerrilla leader an ... Read more

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Naval Institute Press, 1996, Annapolis,, first US edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 6x9, FINE/FINE CONDITION, xiii, 346 pages, maps, roster of POW's, notes, bibliog, index. ........................................................ At two o'clock in the morning on 27 April 1865, seven miles north of Memphis on the Mississippi, the boilers of the sidewheel steamboat Sultana suddenly exploded. Legally registered to carry 376 people, the boat was packed with 2,100 recently released Union prisoners of war. More than 1,700 people died, making it the worst marine disaster in U.S. history. .................................................... This book looks at the tragedy through the eyes of the victims themselves. It offers a concise, minute-by-minute account and presents new information on the cause of the explosion and its effects on different parts of the boat. .......................................................... To focus on the personal stories of the victims, both ... Read more

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Harcourt Brace & Co., New York, 1950. . First Edition-2nd Impression.,. hard bound in dj, 6 1/2 x 9 1/2, VG/VG- condition ( light dj edge wear), xvi, 344 pages, numerous illus, index. ---------------------------------------------Originally published last autumn in a limited edition at fifteen dollars, Lincoln Collector was widely praised as an invaluable and highly entertaining contribution to a fuller understanding of Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War period. Now Carl Sandburg's exciting story of the foremost private Lincoln collection and how it was brought into existence is available in a complete and unabridged regular edition. The author's text, combined with a wide and varied selection from the Barrett Collection, make this handsome volume a new Lincoln biography in itself, an album of Americana to be read with pleasure by all interested in the rarity, scope, and richness of our past. -------------------------------------------------A few of the many documents in Lincoln C ... Read more

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Sanderson, Richard

Vantage Press,, New York:, 1994. Hardcover. US first edition, hard bound in dj, 5 1/2 x 8 1/4, FINE/FINE CONDITION, 233 pages, glossary, appendices. --------------------------------a novel based on this British officer's service in Malaya in 1954, while leading jungle patrols against terrorists while serving with the West Yorkshire regiment.

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Philadelphia, 1966, Lippincott, 3rd US printing, hard bound in dust jacket, 6 x 8 1/2, VG/VG condition, 191 pages, maps, appendice, bibliog, index. ......................................................This beautifully written account of the battle on which General George Armstrong Custer staked his life—and lost—reveals on every page Mari Sandoz's intimate knowledge of her subject. The character of the Sioux, the personality of Custer, the mixed emotions of Custer's men, the Plains landscape—all are conveyed with such artistry that the reader feels himself transported back to that spring of 1876, when the Army of the Plains began its fateful march toward the Yellowstone . . . when Custer's Indian guides and even his own men saw, but were obliged to disregard, ominous signs of a vast Indian gathering near by. ...........................................The background of the tragedy is here: the history of bad blood and broken treaties between the Sioux Nation ... Read more

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U.S. Army Command & General Staff College, , Fort Leavenworth, KS, 1994. ,US first edition, paper covers, 6x9, FINE CONDITION, xiii, 88 pages, illus, maps, notes, bibliog, index. ------------------------------------------------------------------This study examines the role of the U.S. Army as an instrument of national power in the execution of U.S. government policy. The focus of the thesis is an investigation of the implementation of policy, in terms of the Ute Indian tribe of Colorado, and the events preceding and following the Ute uprising of 1879. The Army found itself in a dilemma with regard to its support of a national Indian strategy. It was not the primary executive agent for the implementation of policy but was called upon to both enforce national policy and police violators. This study traces the development of the U.S. Indian Policy and the evolution of army strategy in the west. The study culminates with an analysis of the events surrounding the outbreak of hostilities in 1879. ... Read more

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Ramrod Publications, Malvern Wells, 1992. UK first edition, Hard Cover with dust jacket, 6 x 9, ix, 200 pages, FINE/FINE CONDITION, illus, appendices, bibliog. ------------------------------------------------On Sunday, 11th May, 1941, Pilot Officer Franek Surma's Spitfire, R6644, of 308 (Polish) Fighter Squadron suffered an engine fire over Malvern, Worcestershire. Only after he had steered his doomed machine away from the built-up area below, however, did the young pilot abandon "ZF-H" to its fate and make a safe parachute descent. The following month saw 308 heavily committed on a daily basis to offensive operations over enemy occupied France; the action was hectic and casualties were high. Franek Surma, an "ace" and one of the Few, would not survive. On November 8th, 1941, he failed to return from Circus 110, a daylight bomber escort sortie, and remains officially "missing" to this day. No idea could he have had then, however, that fifty years on another young ... Read more

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Cincinnati, 1988, privately printed, paper, spiral comb binding, 8 1/2 x 11, VG CONDITION, 178 pages. . a detailed index to the 76 issues of the old British Tradition magazine. an invaluable resource.

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Saul, John

New York, 1989, Bantam lst ed w/DJ, 6x9, VG/VG cond. 329 pp. Suspensefull tale of horror which lurks below a small Colorado town in the Rockies.

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London 1949, Michael Joseph, 2nd Impression, no DJ ( Good + ), slight soiling to covers,, o/w VG. 5 1/2 x 8, 362 pp, illus. .....................A semi-official account of the raising, training and combat operations of the British Army & Royal Marine Commandos during WW 2, in all theaters of war.

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New York, 1945, Oxford Univ. Press, US 1st edition , no dj, Good condition. ( light surface wear & soiling), 6 x9, 356 pages, illus. Excellent account of the RFC/RAF from 1911 , all of World War One and the period between the wars to 1939. ------------A comprehensive single-volume history of British air power from 1911 to 1939. The first seventeen chapters (280 pages) are concerned with the First World War. The appendices include a list of Victoria Cross winners in the air services; air force ranks compared with naval and army ranks; an extract of a 1911 airplane reconnaissance; the order of battle of the Royal Flying Corps on 1 July 1916 (Somme); a chronology

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New York 1985, Doubleday, US first edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 6x9, VG/VG condition, xv, 347 pages, notes, bibliog, index. numerous illus & 5 maps. ----------------------------- The authorized biography of Marshal of the Royal Air Force Sir Arthur Harris, the head of Bomber Command and the controversial advocate of saturation bombing in WW 2.

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London 1985, Buchan & Enright, first UK edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 6x9, VG/VG CONDITION ( dj is price clipped & small corner edge bump ), v, 376 pages, illus, maps, index. In 1918, at the end of the First World War, Germany lay defeated, ruined, and torn by internal revolt. In time, however, there arose a new Germany, a nation whose remarkable economic recovery and refusal to accept the shameful terms of the Versailles Treaty paved the way for Hitler and, under his direction, the rebirth of forbidden armed forces, and the building of new and powerful weapons. The rest of the world ignored the warning signs until almost too late, and was to pay a heavy price when war came in 1939. Raised and trained in secret, the Luftwaffe played a decisive part in the coming of that war. Concealed within the static strategy of the Great War had lain the seeds of a new and powerful weapon - air power. Few could have guessed that the frail biplanes of ... Read more

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Franklin Watts, New York, NY, 1987, US first edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 6x9, VG/VG CONDITION ( very light dj edge wear ), v, 376 pages, illus, maps, index. ------------------------------------------In 1918, at the end of the First World War, Germany lay defeated, ruined, and torn by internal revolt. In time, however, there arose a new Germany, a nation whose remarkable economic recovery and refusal to accept the shameful terms of the Versailles Treaty paved the way for Hitler and, under his direction, the rebirth of forbidden armed forces, and the building of new and powerful weapons. The rest of the world ignored the warning signs until almost too late, and was to pay a heavy price when war came in 1939. Raised and trained in secret, the Luftwaffe played a decisive part in the coming of that war. ------------------------------------Concealed within the static strategy of the Great War had lain the seeds of a new and powerful weapon - ... Read more

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New York, 1993, St Martin's, US first edition, hard bound in dust jacket, FINE/FINE CONDITION, 6x9, 430 pages, 3 maps. AUTOGRAPHED EDITION - signed by the author on a custom book plate on front free end paper. ------------------------------------------------------------------------.Using scholarly historical insight and evocative storytelling that brings to life the glories of ancient Rome, Steven Saylor takes the reader from the bloody lines of clashing Roman armies to the backrooms of the Senate floor, where power-hungry politicians wrestle the Fates for control of Rome's destiny. With the consular election drawing near, Rome is fiercely divided between the conservative Cicero and the tempestuous Catilina, whose followers are rumored to be plotting a blood-thirsty siege for power if their leader fails to win office. Gordianus the Finder, retired to his Etruscan farm, is happy to be free of the intrigue and danger of the capital. But when his old friend Cicero enlists the Finder in an ... Read more

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New York, 1996, St Martin's press, US first edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 6 1.2 x 9 1./2, FINE/FINE CONDITION, 304 pages. ----------------------------------------------- Torchlight flickers on elegant marble walls. The sound of a mob echoes in the street. The year is 52 B.C. and the naked body of Publius Clodius is about to be carried through the teeming streets of Rome. Clodius, a rich man turned rabble-rouser, was slain on the most splendid road in the world, the Appian Way. Now Clodius's rival, Milo, is being targeted for revenge, and the city teeters on the verge of chaos. .......................... An explosive trail will feature the best oration of Cicero and Marc Anthony, while Gordianus the Finder has been charged by Pompey the Great himself to look further into the murder. With the Senate House already in ashes, and his own life very much in danger, Gordianus must return to a deserted stretch of the Appian Way—to find the truth that can save a city filled w ... Read more

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