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The Bookshelf
31 March 2000

The latest from Scholar's Bookshelf is not a general catalog nor even a military catalog, but -- for the first time in living memory -- a catalog devoted strictly to "A Comprehensive Selection of the Great Books & Films on World War II" with over 1500 titles. Quite nice.


Book review
30 March 2000

Dunn Jr., Walter S. Soviet Blitzkrieg: The Battle for White Russia, 1944. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2000

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Now available from Nebraska
30 March 2000

Mitchell, Lt. Robert J. (compiler) The Capture of Attu: A World War II Battle as Told by the Men Who Fought There. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 2000. Softcover reprint of 1944 edition


Twofer
29 March 2000

Not one but two new catalogs from Edward R. Hamilton, Bookseller, are available, both dated March 17, 2000: "Bargain Books" and "Bargain Books Supplement," both with some very attractive prices.


The Bookman
28 March 2000

When the red-clad catalog arrives, we know it's from Military Bookman, and that's exactly what landed in the mailbox with categories like Poland & Scandinavia, CBI, Pacific Campaign, and others in "Winter Extra 2000."


Now available from NIP
27 March 2000

Scalia, Joseph Mark. Germany's Last Mission to Japan: The Failed Voyage of U-234. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 2000


Book review
26 March 2000

Jentz, Thomas L. and Hilary L. Doyle. Germany's Tiger Tanks, volume 1: D.W. to Tiger I. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Military History, 2000.

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Battlefield
25 March 2000

Stan Kislow has updated his online inventory listings at Battlefield Books with more than 2000 secondhand military titles.


Now available from Battery
24 March 2000

28th Infantry Division in World War II. Nashville, TN: The Battery Press, Inc, 2000. Reprint edition of unit history originally published in 1946.


Helion
23 March 2000

From Helion & Company in England comes a brief, interim catalog entitled "Military Book News 4A" with twenty pages of book listings.


Forthcoming from MBI
22 March 2000

Green and Morales. German Tanks of WWII. Due in April from Motorbooks International.


Antheil
22 March 2000

"Catalog 182" arrived today from Antheil Booksellers with forty-eight pages of mostly secondhand naval, maritime, aviation, and military titles including a complete set of the official Australian history, Australia in the War of 1939-1945.


Forthcoming from Greenwood
21 March 2000

Osborn. Operation Pike: Britain Versus the Soviet Union, 1939-1941. Due from Greenwood at the end of this month


Now available from Presidio
20 March 2000

Two fresh items just published by Presidio Press:

McManus, John C. Deadly Sky: The American Combat Airman in World War II. Novato, CA: Presidio Press, 2000

Gamble, Bruce. The Black Sheep: The Definitive Account of Marine Fighting Squadron 214 in World War II. Novato, CA: Presidio Press, 2000. Softcover reprint edition of the Top Ten winner.


Jerboa
20 March 2000

Like clockwork arrives from Jerboa-Redcap Books "Supplement #28" with new and secondhand naval, military, and aviation titles amounting to six pages.


Book survey
19 March 2000

The Time-Life World War II Series

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Now available from Rienner
18 March 2000

Carafano, James Jay. After D-Day: Operation Cobra and the Normandy Breakout. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2000.


Military Book Club
18 March 2000

Selection for March 2000: Bergerud. Fire in the Sky: The Air War in the South Pacific


Forthcoming from Grub Street
17 March 2000

Three items in the pipeline from Grub Street:

Franks. Air Battle Dunkirk: 26 May - 3 June 1940. Revised edition due May 2000

David. Dennis "Hurricane" David: My Autobiography. Due May 2000

Cull. Spitfires over Sicily: The Crucial Role of the Malta Spitfires in the Battle of Sicily, January - August 1943. Due June 2000


Now available from Conway
16 March 2000

Miller, David. U-Boats: History, Development and Equipment 1914-1945. London: Conway Maritime Press, 2000


News from David Glantz
16 March 2000

Colonel Glantz sends word of his latest self-publishing project:

"Volume 5 of the 'Forgotten Battles' series, this one on the summer-fall campaign of 1943, is almost complete, but is so massive (600 pages plus) that I will have to publish it in two parts. It includes the Izium and Mius offensives of July 1943, the Krymskaia (Taman') offensives in the summer of 1943, the Belorussian and Kiev offensives of fall 1943, the Krivoi Rog and Nikopol' operations on November and December 1943, and several lesser operations."


Now available from Pacifica
15 March 2000

Hammel, Eric. Carrier Strike: The Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands, October 1942. Pacifica, CA: Pacifica Press, 1999


Aardvark Books
15 March 2000

Martin and the crew at Aardvark have been busily accumulating plenty of fresh titles to add to their stock of secondhand WWII books, and the bounty of their labors can now be browsed, searched, and purchased at their website.


Now available from University Press of Kentucky
14 March 2000

Gonen, Jay Y. The Roots of Nazi Psychology: Hitler's Utopian Barbarism. Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, 2000


de Lotz
13 March 2000

Fresh from London comes "Catalogue No 22" from P.G. de Lotz Books containing over 2700 secondhand military titles.


Scholars
10 March 2000

The "Spring History" catalog from The Scholar's Bookshelf is now available with, apart from its usual meaty fare, some very interesting and uncommon titles.


Book Review
9 March 2000

Tasovac, Ivo. American Foreign Policy and Yugoslavia, 1939-1941. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 1999.

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Now available from Presidio
9 March 2000

Prefer, Nathan. Patton's Ghost Corps: Cracking the Siegfried Line. Novato, CA: Presidio Press, 2000. Softcover reprint edition.


Forthcoming from Helion
8 March 2000

Duncan Rogers sends word of the latest release schedule for Helion's first books:

Lord and Birtles. The Armed Forces of Aden, 1839-1967. Rescheduled for April 2000

Holtztraeger. In a Raging Inferno: Combat Units of the Hitler Youth, 1944-45. Now due September 2000

Gunter. Last Laurels: The German Defence of Upper Silesia, January-May 1945. Newly announced for November 2000


Cadman
8 March 2000

Check out the T. Cadman website for fresh listings of secondhand World War II books for sale.


Now available from University Press of Kentucky
8 March 2000

Monahan, Evelyn M. and Rosemarry Neidel-Greenlee. All This Hell: U.S. Nurses Imprisoned by the Japanese. Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, 2000


Hamilton
8 March 2000

The "Bargain Books" catalog dated 25 February has arrived from Edward R. Hamilton with a few WWII titles.


Forthcoming from Smithsonian
7 March 2000

Smithsonian Institution Press sends word of three upcoming books:

Wagner. Mustang Designer: Edgar Schmued and the P-51. Softcover reprint edition due April 2000

Daso. Hap Arnold and the Evolution of American Airpower. Due May 2000

Brulle. Angels Zero: P-47 Close Air Support in Europe. Due fall 2000


Now available from UPK
7 March 2000

Alvarez, David. Secret Messages: Codebreaking and American Diplomacy, 1930-1945. Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas, 2000


The War Room
7 March 2000

Tom Paragian has updated his inventory files for books, videos, and posters at The War Room website.


Forthcoming from Fedorowicz
6 March 2000

The kind gents at J.J. Fedorowicz bring us this late word on some of their upcoming books:

Spaeter. The History of Panzerkorps Grossdeutschland, volume 3. Now due in July 2000

Jung. The History of Panzer-Regiment Grossdeutschland. Now due in July 2000

Schnedier. Tigers in Combat, volume 1. Reprint edition due in July 2000

Zetterling. German Ground Forces in Normandy, 1944. Newly scheduled for September 2000


Book survey
5 March 2000

Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45

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News from Crecy
4 March 2000

Johnson's Wing Leader is now scheduled to be available in the UK in softcover from Crecy at the end of March and in hardcover in Canada from Stoddart in June.

Meanwhile, The Fighters' Battle: Personal Accounts of the Battle of Britain by Luftwaffe Fighter Crews and The Bombers' Battle: Personal Accounts of the Battle of Britain by Luftwaffe Bomber Crews, both by Chris Goss, are now due from Crecy in May.


Kisselburg
4 March 2000

Paul Kisselburg has mailed his latest printed missive -- another in his series of shorter catalogs featuring newly acquired secondhand WWII books offered for sale -- with some very nice items including South African official histories and at least one hard-to-find Indian regimental history.


News from Pacifica
3 March 2000

Eric Hammel's Carrier Strike from Pacifica Press has been delayed from its original February release date, but should be available within a week or two.


Book reviews
2 March 2000

Jordan, Roger W. The World's Merchant Fleets, 1939: The Particulars and Wartime Fates of 6,000 Ships. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 1999

Heal, S.C. A Great Fleet of Ships: The Canadian Forts and Parks. St. Catherines, ONT: Vanwell Publishing Limited, 1999

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News from Mark Bando
1 March 2000

Mark Bando, author of The 101st Airborne at Normandy, The 101st Airborne: From Holland to Hitler's Eagle's Nest, and Breakout at Normandy, sends along word of his latest project:

"Although the title is still subject to change, Trigger Time: Screaming Eagles in Normandy is scheduled for release in October 2000. The publisher is again MBI, in Osceola, WI and the format will be hardcover, 10x10", 40,000 words of text, and 250 photos, of which 40 or more will be in color. Despite the fact that this is the same subject as in my first book, no stories nor photos will be repeated. Stories and facts result from 30 years research on the 101st Airborne, with over 900 interviews with WW2 survivors of that unit, plus eight personal visits to Normandy since 1989."


Books, they got books, thousands of books
1 March 2000

Looking for military books? Some of the best inventories on the Web were freshly updated today:

The Military Collector

Old Army Books

World War II Books

 

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