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Here are the selections from the Military Book Club catalog for "Winter 2001":
Lucas. Hitler's Commanders: German Bravery in the Field, 1939-1945
The "Feb-March 2001" catalog from Paul Gaudette Books arrived today with its usual assortment of new and used titles plus a large selection of photocopied materials. The big news is thatafter more than forty years in the businessPaul has put his operation on the market and is actively looking for a buyer.
"The Aardvark" and his industrious gang from Wiltshire have updated the online inventory at Aardvark Books with almost 9000 books, mostly World War II related. Browse by category or search by author or title.
Wearing a bright pink cover, "Military History Catalogue 54" from Kisselburg Military Books of Stillwater, MN arrived here today with listings amounting to 148 secondhand WWII-related titles.
Now available from Fedorowicz
Jaugitz. Funklenkpanzer: A History of German Remote- and Radio-Controlled Armored Units. Winnipeg: J.J. Fedorowicz Publishing, 2001
"Supplement #40" from Jerboa-Redcap Books has been mailed with, as usual, six pages of new and used military titles.
Now available from Glantz
David Glantz tells us that two of his self-published books are newly available:
Glantz, David. The Battle for Smolensk, 7 July-10 September 1941. Carlisle, PA: David Glantz, 2001. 137 pages, including 34 maps and detailed orders of battle
Now available from NIP
Here are the three latest releases from Naval Institute Press:
Blair, Clay. Silent Victory: The U.S. Submarine War against Japan. Reprint edition
Now available from Texas A & M
Moy, Timothy. War Machines: Transforming Technologies in the U.S. Military, 1920-1940. College Station, TX: Texas A & M University Press, 2001
Mitcham Jr., Samuel W. The Panzer Legions: A Guide to the German Army Tank Divisions of World War II and Their Commanders. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2001
Pen and Sword
Michael Baldwin of Pen and Sword Books tells us that Armoured Guardsmen by Boscawen, The March of the Das Reich by Vickers, and No Mercy, No Leniency by Cunningham are now available. Meanwhile, Warspite by Ballantyne and Gestapo Mueller by Whiting have been postponed and are now due in March and April respectively.
Forthcoming from ISBS
Watts. Antonescu, Marshal of Romania: From the Great War to World War II. Due from International Specialized Books Services in April 2001. (Published in Romania by Center for Romanian Studies)
Here are the latest changes to Helion's publication schedule:
Bevis. British and Commonwealth Armies, 1939-1943. Delayed to March 2001
The War Room Books website was updated today with 2000 WWII books, posters, and videos. Tom always has some unusual items worth browsing, so be sure to have a look.
Now available from Greenwood
McKercher, B.J.C. and Roch Legault. Military Planning and the Origins of the Second World War in Europe. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2001
The "Bargain Books" catalog from Edward R. Hamilton, dated 26 January, is now in our hands with a small but interesting assortment of WWII titles.
Rapport, Leonard and Arthur Northwood, Jr. Rendezvous with Destiny: A History of the 101st Airborne Division. Nashville, TN: The Battery Press, 2000
Ian just completed all the heavy lifting to get his latest inventory filesmostly WWII-related titlesonline where they can be browsed and searched at his Military Collector website.
Tons of freshly updated secondhand WWII books now available at the T. Cadman website.
Forthcoming from Vanwell
Here's the latest from Vanwell Publishing:
Gough. HMCS Haida Canada's Famous Tribal Class Destroyer. Due in April 2001.
Big update today at the Aberdeen Books website! Tons of new books World War II titles, including some special offers worth having a look at.
Now available from Arms and Armour
Sturtivant, Ray. The Swordfish Story. London: Arms and Armour, 2001
Bob Ruman has updated the inventory at his Articles of War website with nearly 5,000 new and secondhand military books spanning a vast range of topics from ancient warfare through modern conflicts. Everything can be browsed by topic and searched by various criteria, and visitors can also go straight to Bob's "Latest Arrivals" section.
"Supplement #39" from Jerboa-Redcap Books has arrived with six pages of new and secondhand military, aviation, and naval titles.
Harrison Place, Timothy. Military Training in the British Army, 1940-1944: From Dunkirk to D-Day. London: Frank Cass, 2000
Now available from Grub Street
Gray, Jennie. Fire by Night: The Dramatic Story of One Pathfinder Crew and Black Thursday, 16/17 December 1943. London: Grub Street, 2000. Distributed in the US by Seven Hills.
Now available from Helion
Holtztrager, Hans. In a Raging Inferno: Combat Units of the Hitler Youth, 1944-1945. Solihull, England: Helion & Company, 2001
The Old Army Books website was updated today with thousands of freshly inventoried secondhand military books in categories including Korea, Vietnam, World War I, and others as well as a very nice section of WWII-realted titles. Available for browsing and searching.
World War II Books in the UK
Graham Palmer has updated his online inventory with well over 13,000 secondhand titles, all neatly organized for easy browsing by several major categories and dozens of specialized topics; accessible for searching by author's name, title, and description; and cleverly capable of displaying just his lates acquistions. While you're at his World War II Books website, check out his great "War Diary" pages.
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