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1-BRIG352 Bunde, Peter 352: ELECTORATE OF HESSE-CASSEL: Hussar Regiment 1814-1815 Uniform plate with 20+ color figures, flags or standards, facings, etc. Descriptions on reverse side.1 vol, 1 pgs 2018 GERMANY, PETER BUNDE
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1-967023 Leck, Michael and Mersey, Daniel REBELS AND PATRIOTS: Wargaming Rules for North America: Colonies to Civil War From the first shots at Jumonville Glen to the surrender at Appomattox, Rebels and Patriots allows you to campaign with Wolfe or Montcalm, stand with Tarleton at Cowpens or Washington at Yorktown, or don the blue or gray to fight for Grant or Lee. From the French and Indian War, through the War of Independence and the War of 1812, to the Alamo and the American Civil War, these rules focus on the skirmishes, raids, and small engagements from this era of black powder and bayonet.

Your Company is commanded by your Officer during these tumultuous conflicts. Each battle that your Officer faces allows him to develop new and interesting traits. Does he perform heroically and earn a nom de guerre? Or falter, to be forever known as a yellow-belly? Designed by Michael Leck and Daniel Mersey, with a core system based on the popular Lion Rampant rules, Rebels and Patriots provides all the mechanics and force options needed to recreate the conflicts that forged a nation.1 vol, 80 pgs 2019 UK, OSPREY PUBLISHING
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1-935100 Various WARGAMES SOLDIERS & STRATEGY # 100 Special Feature: Fallschirmjager in World War II
*Germany's Elite Airborne unit during WWII - Rise and Fall of the Fallschirmjager
*Fallschirmjager at Hagevolden and Lindso - The Road to Dombas, 1940
*Street Fighting with the Fallschirmjager - The Gates of Heraklion
*The Last Defense of Monte Cassino - Eyrie of the Green Devils
*Fallschirmjager Fend Off the Canadians - Bloody Day at Bienen
*Collecting German Airborne Troops - Achtung Fallschirmjager!
*Creating a Crete Vignette - A Rough Landing

Other Features
*The Beginning of the End of the Hoplite - First Chaeronea
*The Polish Light Horse at Somosierra Pass in 1808 - The Emperor is Watching You'
*How Antietam Made Me Love ACW - Battlefield Inspiration
*The WS&S Rules Challenge Winner - The Bargain Blue and the Giveaway Grey
*Making Your Spurs Go Further - A Hole Lot of Trouble
*Making a Home for Your WWII German Forces - Camp Camouflage
*Painting a 30 Years' War Swedish Army - Gustavus Adolphus' Men

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*Miniature reviews
*Up Front - Battlefield walking'.
*Tabletop tactics - Artillery: barrage of obliteration'.
*The Irregular - Wargaming: Good for the Soul'.
*Warlord's New Fast-Attack Naval Warfare Game - Let's Play Cruel Seas'.
*Game Reviews: Rangers of Shadow Deep, Blitzkrieg 1940, Battle Ravens, Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, and SAGA: Book of Battles
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*Parting shots1 vol, 88 pgs 2018 NETHERLANDS, KARWANSARAY
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1-968008 Michael, Marsall 008 OPERATION LINEBACKER I 1972: The First High-Tech Air War At Easter 1972, North Vietnam invaded the South, and there were almost no US ground troops left to stop it. But air power reinforcements could be rushed to the theater. Operation Linebacker's objective was to destroy the invading forces from the air and cut North Vietnam's supply routes - and luckily in 1972, American air power was beginning a revolution in both technology and tactics.

Most crucial was the introduction of the first effective laser-guided bombs, but the campaign also involved the fearsome AC-130 gunship and saw the debut of helicopter-mounted TOW missiles. Thanks to the new Top Gun fighter school, US naval aviators now also had a real advantage over the MiGs.

This is the fascinating story of arguably the world's first modern air campaign. It explains how this complex operation - involving tactical aircraft, strategic bombers, close air support, and airlift - defeated the invasion. It also explains the shortcomings of the campaign, the contrasting approaches of the USAF and Navy, and the impact that Linebacker had on modern air warfare.1 vol, 96 pgs 2019 UK, OSPREY PUBLISHING
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1-972038 Campbell, David 038 US SOLDIER vs AFRIKAKORPS SOLDIER: Tunisia 1943 Operation Torch, launched on 8 November 1942, landed Anglo-American forces in Vichy-controlled Morocco and Algeria to create a second front against the Axis forces in North Africa, catching Rommel's German and Italian forces in the claws of a giant pincer.

The US Army was powerfully well armored and equipped, but fresh to war, and it showed. Organization suffered from a surfeit of peacetime theories and training was insufficient and ill-applied. Despite such failings the US GIs and their commanders learned very quickly, adapting to German tactics and the realities of mechanized warfare.

The Axis forces in North Africa were seasoned by years of fighting against increasingly powerful British and Commonwealth forces, and were led by one of the Reich's most capable generals. The German doctrine of mechanized warfare had proved itself time and again, but ever-growing logistical and supply problems were blunting its effectiveness. From Sidi Bou Zid to El Guettar, this fully illustrated study pits the US Army against the best that the Axis forces in Africa had to offer.1 vol, 80 pgs 2019 UK, OSPREY PUBLISHING
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1-975066 Moss, Matthew 066 WEAPONS OF THE VIKING WARRIOR Between the late 8th and late 11th century Viking warriors had a massive impact not just in northern Europe, but across a huge arc from the western Mediterranean round through northern Europe and the Baltic to the Middle East and Central Asia. Their success depended in part on their skills in battle, their unique sense of strategic mobility, and on the quality of their weapons and equipment. Written by an expert on early medieval weaponry, this book examines the weapons of the typical Viking warrior, dispels some of the myths of the popular image, such as double-headed axes, and considers the range of weapons that actually underpinned the Vikings' success including bows and arrows.

Drawing upon contemporary literary and historical accounts from the North Atlantic to the Arab world, surviving examples of weapons and armour, and practical experimentation and reconstructions by modern weapon-smiths and re-enactors, this study casts new light on how Viking weapons were made and used in battle.1 vol, 80 pgs 2019 UK, OSPREY PUBLISHING
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1-978091 Holmes, Tony 091 HELLCAT vs SHIDEN/SHIDEN-KAI: Pacific Theater 1944-45 By the early months of 1944 in the Pacific, the US Navy's burgeoning force of carrier-based F6F-3/5 Hellcats had pretty much wiped the skies clear of Japanese fighters during a series of one-sided aerial engagements. However, starting in October they faced the superb Kawanishi N1K1/2 Shiden/Shiden-Kai, a formidable fighter with improved armament, a powerful engine, and excellent maneuverability that in contrast to earlier Japanese fighters had the ability to withstand a greater degree of battle damage.

Japanese pilots using this aircraft would claim more than 170 aerial victories over Kyushu and whilst escorting Kamikazes attacking Allied ships off Okinawa. US Navy Hellcat pilots in turn were credited with many of the scores of Shiden-Kais that were downed attempting to defend Japan. This fully-illustrated book compares these two fascinating aircraft, using specially commissioned artwork, first-hand accounts, and a thorough technical analysis.1 vol, 80 pgs 2019 UK, OSPREY PUBLISHING
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1-993133 Forsyth, Robert 133 JU 88 ACES OF WORLD WAR 2 Initially designed as a fast medium bomber, the Junkers Ju 88 was also used as a Zerstorer heavy fighter by the Luftwaffe. It saw its combat debut over Poland in 1939, and heavy fighter variants saw action on every front up to VE Day. The ultimate Ju 88 fighter variant was the G-model of 1944, which boasted a FuG 220 or 227 radar, an astounding array of cannon and machine gun armament, and advanced Junkers Jumo or BMW engines.

A dedicated nightfighter, the first Ju 88G-1s entered service with the Nachtjagd in the summer of 1944, replacing Ju 88C/Rs as well as some Bf 110Gs. Despite suffering heavy losses in the final months of the war, Ju 88Gs also inflicted serious casualties on Bomber Command throughout the war.

JU-88s patrolled over the Bay of Biscay, opposed Allied convoys around the Arctic circle, and, most successfully, engaged RAF heavy bombers as radar-equipped nightfighters in defense of the Reich.1 vol, 96 pgs 2019 UK, OSPREY PUBLISHING
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1-995266 Noppen, Ryan 266 FRENCH BATTLESHIPS: 1914-45 On September 1, 1910, France became the last great naval power to lay down a dreadnought battleship, the Courbet. The ensuing Courbet and Bretagne-class dreadnoughts had a relatively quiet World War I, spending most of it at anchor off the entrance to the Adriatic, keeping watch over the Austro-Hungarian fleet. The constraints of the Washington Naval Treaty prevented new battleships being built until the 1930s, with the innovative Dunkerque-class and excellent Richelieu-class of battleships designed to counter new German designs.

After the fall of France in 1940, the dreadnoughts and fast battleships of the Marine Nationale had the unique experience of firing against German, Italian, British, and American targets during the war. This authoritative study examines these fascinating ships, using detailed color plates and historical photographs, taking them from their inception before World War I, through their service in World War II including the scuttling of the French fleet at Toulon in 1943, and the service of Richelieu in the war against Japan.1 vol, 48 pgs 2019 UK, OSPREY PUBLISHING
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1-996331 Forczyk, Robert 331 SMOLENSK 1943: The Red Army's Relentless Advance With the German defeat at Kursk, the Soviet Stavka (high command) ordered the Western and Kalinin Fronts to launch Operation Suvorov in order to liberate the city of Smolensk. The Germans had held this city for two years and Heeresgruppe Mitte's (Army Group Center) 4th Armee had heavily fortified the region. The Soviet offensive began in August 1943 and they quickly realized that the German defenses were exceedingly tough and that the Western Front had not prepared adequately for an extended offensive. Consequently, the Soviets were forced to pause their offensive after only two weeks, in order to replenish their combat forces and then begin again.

The German 4. Armee was commanded by Generaloberst Gotthard Heinrici, one of the Wehrmacht's top defensive experts. Although badly outnumbered, Heinrici's army gamely held off two Soviet fronts for seven weeks. Eventually, the 4th Armee's front was finally broken and Smolensk was liberated on 25 September 1943.

However, the Western Front was too exhausted to pursue Heinrici's defeated army, which retreated to the fortified cities of Vitebsk, Orsha and Mogilev; the 4th Armee would hold these cities until the destruction of Army Group Center in June 1944. Operation Suvorov focuses on a major offensive that is virtually unknown in the West and which set the stage for the decisive defeat of Heeresgruppe Mitte in the next summer offensive.1 vol, 96 pgs 2019 UK, OSPREY PUBLISHING
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1-999522 Zhirohov, Mikhail 522 THE KHAZARS: A Judeo-Turkish Empire on the Steppes, 7th-11th Centuries AD The Khazars were one of the most important Turkic peoples in European history, dominating vast areas of southeastern Europe and the western reaches of the Central Asian steppes from the 4th to the 11th centuries AD. They were also unique in that their aristocratic and military elites converted to Judaism, creating what would be territorially the largest Jewish-ruled state in world history. They became significant allies of the Byzantine Empire, blocking the advance of Islam north of the Caucasus Mountains for several hundred years.

They also achieved a remarkable level of metal-working technology, and their military elite wore forms of iron plate armour that would not be seen in Western Europe until the 14th century. The Khazar state provided the foundations upon which medieval Russia and modern Ukraine were built. Fully illustrated with detailed color plates, this is a fascinating study into the armies, organization, armour, weapons and fortifications of the Khazars.1 vol, 48 pgs 2019 UK, OSPREY PUBLISHING
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1-218961 Allen, Mark ARMIES AND ENEMIES OF LOUIS XIV: Volume 1 - Western Europe 1688-1714: France, Britain, Holland This book originally saw the light of day as a long running series of articles in Wargames Illustrated in the late 1980's. Due to growing interest in the wars of the late 17th century, the author of the original features has complied them along with new research and made them available again for the first time in thirty years. Includes over 49 color plates and over 40 photos.

The book is very much a handbook covering all the major conflicts and battles of the period, it examines how the armies were organized and fought. Each army is covered, with attention paid to specific uniform details, and the colors carried by the individual regiments.1 vol, 270 pgs 2019 UK, HELION AND COMPANY
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1-218951 Geerdink-Schaftenaar, Marc FOR ORANGE AND THE STATES: The Army of the Dutch Republic 1713-1772 Volume 1 - Infantry The purpose of this book is to focus on the uniforms and organization of that army, from the Peace of Utrecht until the reforms of 1772. Includes 50 b/w illustrations, 3 b/w photos, 1 color illustration, and 6 color plates.

Volume I dealt with the history of the Dutch Republic after the War of the Spanish Succession, up to the first campaigns of the War of the Austrian Succession, with information on the uniforms, organization and tactics of the infantry. Volume II describes steady decline of the Dutch Republic; political turmoil and corruption form the background for the information on the uniforms and tactics of the cavalry, dragoons, artillery, and specialist troops.

The Dutch Republic was one of the great European powers during the 17th and 18th centuries. Generally, the Dutch Republic was considered to have lost that status after the Peace of Utrecht (1713); however, when the Republic entered the War of Austrian Succession in 1740, it was able to field an army for over 80,000 men, which expanded to over 110,000 men during the war, and was still a European power to be reckoned with.

The losses it suffered in that conflict led to a period of decline, which in the end would result in the end of the Republic in 1795. But despite the years of neutrality, shortages, budget cuts and reorganizations, the army was still quite a formidable force. 1 vol, 128 pgs 2019 UK, HELION AND COMPANY
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1-218952 Geerdink-Schaftenaar, Marc FOR ORANGE AND THE STATES: The Army of the Dutch Republic 1713-1772 Volume 2 - Cavalry The purpose of this book is to focus on the uniforms and organization of that army, from the Peace of Utrecht until the reforms of 1772. Includes 50 b/w illustrations, 3 b/w photos, 1 color illustration, and 6 color plates.

Volume I dealt with the history of the Dutch Republic after the War of the Spanish Succession, up to the first campaigns of the War of the Austrian Succession, with information on the uniforms, organisation and tactics of the infantry. Volume II describes steady decline of the Dutch Republic; political turmoil and corruption form the background for the information on the uniforms and tactics of the cavalry, dragoons, artillery, and specialist troops.

The Dutch Republic was one of the great European powers during the 17th and 18th centuries. Generally, the Dutch Republic was considered to have lost that status after the Peace of Utrecht (1713); however, when the Republic entered the War of Austrian Succession in 1740, it was able to field an army for over 80,000 men, which expanded to over 110,000 men during the war, and was still a European power to be reckoned with.

The losses it suffered in that conflict led to a period of decline, which in the end would result in the end of the Republic in 1795. But despite the years of neutrality, shortages, budget cuts and reorganizations, the army was still quite a formidable force. 1 vol, 270 pgs 2019 UK, HELION AND COMPANY
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1-218940 Megorsky, Boris PETER THE GREAT'S REVENGE: The Russian Siege of Narva in 1704 Narva and Ivangorod - the two fortresses on both sides of Narova River - comprise a nowadays unique fortification ensemble that has gone through many historical periods of the Baltic region. Narva gained world fame after two battles in early 1700s during the epic struggle between the Kingdom of Sweden and an alliance of northern powers sponsored by Tsar Peter the Great of Russia in the Great Northern War 1700-1721. First attacked in 1700, its Vauban style bastions were saved by a daring strike on the besieging Russians given by young King Charles XII who came to relieve the town. Four years later Narva saw another full scale three-months-long siege packed with sallies, bombardments, trench combat and peaked by general storm - something rare in a period when governors preferred to surrender before assault.

Military campaigns in the Baroque age across Europe were far more fortress-oriented - field battles were few while sieges were many. Even then, Narva's two sieges are extraordinary as they provide samples of nearly all possible siege tactics typical to the period but rarely applied to one and the same town. Telling the story of these 1700 and 1704 events thus gives us a chance to speak about the mechanism of fortification warfare, about everyday life of the besieger and the besieged, about morale, military customs of that time, and about broader context of the resolute struggle between Tsar Peter and King Charles.

While writing about Narva's sieges there are a number of plots to be covered. Lines of circumvallation - their perception in contemporary military thought and their use and fate in the 1700 campaign. Besiegers strive to obtain information via deserters and captives and the most unusual way to do so - a trick or stratagem, with the staging of a mock battle between Russian greencoats and bluecoats pretending to be Swedish relief force. Artillery was probably the most important arm to any siege and it is worth looking into such matters like technology of breaching the walls, use of bombardment against the town buildings, or addiction to a specialty weapon - hand mortars. Work and life in trenches under fire was typical experience to soldiers of the time. Sallies made by the garrison attempted to slow down their foe's work, with varying success. Communication between the besieging army commander and governor is explored, along with the special role in it of drummers and trumpeters.

When it comes to the final and rare stage of the siege - the general storm - aspects to be researched include the way assault columns were composed, controversy on selecting hour of attack, the amazing size of scaling ladders, and the behavior of troops prior to and during the action. The inevitable consequence of a storm, the plundering of the town, raises question about period military laws on this subject. In conclusion the text will conclude with the further story of the town and the fate of several high and low ranking personalities - it will too give additional info on how war was waged in those years.

The book is based on day-to-day journals, relations, personal accounts, and correspondence from Russian, Swedish and impartial sources - both published and archival. The book is accompanied with numerous contemporary illustrations - prints depicting specifically Russian and Swedish military scenes as well as engravings from various European sources that visualize typical scenes of siege warfare - and artworks by modern artists.1 vol, 270 pgs 2019 UK, HELION AND COMPANY
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1-218950 Worton, Jonathan THE BATTLE OF GLENSHIEL: The Jacobite Rising in 1719 Its tercentenary is approaching, but the battle of Glenshiel is not well known. Glenshiel: The Jacobite Rising in 1719 therefore takes a fresh view of this curious and remarkable, but part-forgotten engagement. It was fought on 10 June 1719, during the long daylight hours of a summer evening in the mountainous western Highlands of Scotland. Glenshiel was the main and decisive engagement of the 1719 Jacobite rising, the fourth attempt by supporters in Scotland to restore the exiled house of Stuart to the throne of the Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. Led by a disunited group of clan chieftains and Scots notables returned from Continental exile, the Highlanders forming most of the Jacobite army at Glenshiel opposed forces of the government of King George I. These included regular soldiers of the British Army, as well as contingents of Highlanders loyal to the Georgian regime. Includes 5 color plates, 30 b/w illustrations, 26 b/w photos, and 4 maps.

With Scots fighting on both sides, the 1719 rising was on one hand a civil war, a continuation of the Jacobite wars, a protracted period of intermittent political and armed conflict affecting the British Isles from the late seventeenth to the mid-eighteenth centuries; and on the other hand was an extension of the wider European war of the Quadruple Alliance, ranging the powers of Great Britain, France, the Netherlands and Imperial Austria against Spain. For these reasons a battalion of white-coated Spanish infantry fought beside Jacobite clansmen at Glenshiel, while there were Dutch infantrymen in the opposing ranks of the government army.

Glenshiel today remains a remote place with a natural grandeur surpassing any other historically identified British battlefield. Historians have paid much less attention to the 1719 rising than to the much better-known rebellions of 1715-16 and 1745-46. Indeed, the fullest account of the 1719 rising was published as long ago as 1895. Glenshiel: The Jacobite Rising in 1719 therefore takes a new and long overdue view of the subject. The background and course of the rising is considered in detail, making use of published and archival sources to reconstruct the likely course of events. Chapters on the leading figures, and on the opposing armed forces, place the battle of Glenshiel within the contexts of the Jacobite period, and of early eighteenth-century European warfare.

Extensively illustrated, including specially commissioned artwork, Glenshiel: The Jacobite Rising in 1719 will appeal to readers drawn to the Jacobite period and to early eighteenth-century military history, to readers generally interested in Scottish and British history, and to the particular interests of model makers, wargamers and living history enthusiasts.1 vol, 230 pgs 2019 UK, HELION AND COMPANY
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1-218960 Sikora, Peter THE POLISH 'FEW': Polish Airmen in the Battle of Britain They came to fight for freedom and their country, they came to fight Germans. Men of the Polish Air Force, who had escaped first to France and then to Britain, to fly alongside the Royal Air Force just as Fighter Command faced its greatest challenge - the Battle of Britain.

Many of the Polish airmen joined existing RAF squadrons. The Poles also formed their own squadrons, but only four became operational during the Battle of Britain: Nos. 300 and 301, were bomber squadrons, with another two, Nos. 302 and 303, being fighter squadrons. Flying Hawker Hurricanes, both 302 and 303 squadrons were active by the middle of August 1940, just when they were most needed, at the height of the Battle of Britain, with Fighter Command stretched to its limit.

The Polish squadrons, battle-hardened from their encounters with the Luftwaffe during the invasion of Poland and Battle of France, soon made their mark. In particular, 303 Squadron become the highest-scoring unit of Fighter Command.

In total, 145 Polish pilots, the largest non-British contingent in Fighter Command at the time, fought in the Battle of Britain. While Winston Churchill praised the contribution of the 'Few', the pilots of many nationalities who had defended Britain, Air Chief Marshal Sir Hugh Dowding was more specific: 'Had it not been for the magnificent material contributed by the Polish squadrons and their unsurpassed gallantry, I hesitate to say that the outcome of the Battle would have been the same.'1 vol, 595 pgs 2019 UK, PEN AND SWORD
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