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  • Sniperby Martin Pegler

    Osprey Publishing 2011; US$ 7.95

    Following on from the success of Out of Nowhere - A History of the Military Sniper , Martin Pegler has given us an in-depth study of not only the development of the rifle, but also the parallel emergence of the American rifleman, sharpshooter and sniper. His book examines the gradual evolution of the rifle in America from the earliest firearms introduced... more...

  • War, State, and Society in England and the Netherlands 1477-1559by Steven Gunn; David Grummitt; Hans Cools

    Oxford University Press 2007; US$ 149.99

    Exploring the effects of war on state power in early modern Europe, this book asks if military competition increased rulers' power over their subjects and forged more modern states, or if the strains of war broke down political and administrative systems. Comparing England and the Netherlands in the age of warrior princes such as Henry VIII and... more...

  • The Desert Generalsby Correlli Barnett

    Orion 2011; US$ 23.66

    A classic account of the Desert Campaign of 1940-43, by a renowned military historian. more...

  • The Changing Character of Warby Hew Strachan; Sibylle Scheipers

    Oxford University Press 2011; US$ 109.99

    Over the last decade (and indeed ever since the Cold War), the rise of insurgents and non-state actors in war, and their readiness to use terror and other irregular methods of fighting, have led commentators to speak of 'new wars'. They have assumed that the 'old wars' were waged solely between states, and were accordingly fought between... more...

  • The Military Revolution Debateby Clifford J Rogers

    Westview Press 1995; US$ 36.99

    The debate about the “Military Revolution? has been one of the most controversial and exciting areas of discussion and research in the fields of early modern European history and military history. Scholars have long sought to explain the massive changes in European military techniques and technologies that took place between the end of the Middle... more...

  • The Desert Generalsby Correlli Barnett

    Orion 2011; Not Available

    A classic account of the Desert Campaign of 1940-43, by a renowned military historian. more...

  • Cry Havocby Nigel Allsopp

    New Holland Publishers (Australia) 2010; US$ 13.99

    From Babylonian mastiff-type war dogs with spiked collars, to modern kitted-out military dogs highly trained to detect explosives, dogs have long been a soldier’s best friend. Nigel Allsopp, a highly experienced dog handler in both military and civilian police arenas, details how the incredible abilities of dogs are indispensable in military,... more...

  • Forgotten Armiesby Tim Harper; Christopher Bayly

    Penguin Books Ltd 2005; Not Available

    The vast crescent of British-ruled territories from India down to Singapore appeared in the early stages of the Second World War a massive asset in the war with Germany, providing huge quantities of soldiers and raw materials and key part of an impregnable global network denied to the Nazis. Within a few weeks in 1941-2 a Japanese invasion had destroyed... more...

  • British Campaign Medals 1914-2005by Peter Duckers

    Osprey Publishing 2011; US$ 9.95

    Surveys the medals awarded to British personnel for military services from the First World War to operations of British forces in the opening years of the twenty-first century. The campaign medals awarded for the military actions have become a popular field for collectors, since the majority of British awards were officially named. more...

  • The Last Escapeby John Nichol; Tony Rennell

    Penguin Books Ltd 2003; Not Available

    As WW2 drew to a close, hundreds of thousands of British and American prisoners of war, held in camps in Nazi-occupied Europe, faced the prospect that they would never get home alive. In the depths of winter, their guards harried them on marches outof their camps and away from the armies advancing into the heart of Hitler's defeated Germany. Hundreds... more...