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Brown, Gordon and Terry Copp. Look to Your Front...Regina Rifles: A Regiment at War, 1944-45. Waterloo, Ontario: Laurier Centre for Military Strategic and Disarmament Studies, 2001.
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Martin, Caroline, and the "Aardvark" himself have just updated the Aardvark Books website with inventory pages containing over 9900 secondhand books in a wide variety of WWII-related topics.
News from Helion
This just in from Duncan at Helion:
"We are acting as exclusive worldwide trade distributors for a title which has sold very fast already: Sentire Pensare Volere: Storia della Legione SS Italian by Sergio Corbatti and Marco Nava. Italian text but over 450 previously unpublished photos of the Italian W-SS units. Available immediately."
Now available from McFarland
Forthcoming from Fedorowicz
The folks at J.J. Fedorowicz report that Tragedy of the Faithful: A History of the III. (germanisches) SS-Panzer-Korps is at the printer and due in three or four weeks.
Read our survey of books about famous maritime disasters during World War II: Lost at Sea
Frank and Maureen have mailed their "Supplement 45" from Jerboa-Redcap Books with six pages of new and secondhand naval, military, and aviation titles.
The "Bargain Books" catalog for July 13, 2001 arrived today from Edward R. Hamilton with an assortment of WWII titles, including heavily discounted hardcover copies of Morison's classic History of United States Naval Operations in World War II series.
Now available from Stackpole
Military Book Club
Selections from the "Summer 2001" catalog:
Smith. Carlson's Raid: The Daring Marine Assault on Makin
History Book Club
Selection from the "August 2001" catalog:
Rolf, David. The Bloody Road to Tunis
The "Summer 2001" catalog from Historic Aviation has arrived with sixty-four pages of merchandise, including many WWII-related books of interest.
Lewis, Adrian R. Omaha Beach: A Flawed Victory. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 2001.
Forthcoming from Grub Street
Cull. Hurricanes over Singapore. Due from Grub Street next year.
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The plethora of new WWII-related books released every month makes it tough to know which ones are most worthwhile. We help you sort out all the choices by upating our Recommended Reading page every time something especially notable arrives.
The new "History" catalog for Summer 2001 has arrived by mail from Scholar's Bookshelf.
Forthcoming from Greenwood
Here's the latest word on upcoming releases from Greenwood Publishing Group:
Duffy. Hitler's Secret Pirate Fleet: The Deadliest Ships of World War II. Due later this month.
Now available from Hellgate
News from Grub Street
Hurricanes over Malta by Brian Cull has been delayed until October, and Japanese Army Air Force Fighter Units and Their Aces, 1931-1945 by Hata, Izawa, and Shores has been delayed until November.
Paul Kisselburg has mailed his "Military History Catalogue 58" listing 141 secondhand WWII-related books.
Military Book Club
Selections from the "Independence Day 2001" catalog:
Le Tissier. With Our Backs to Berlin
Frank and Maureen of Jerboa-Redcap Books have mailed their "Supplement #44" with six pages of military, naval, and aviation titles both new and secondhand.
Forthcoming from Cass
Hugh Davie sends word of some revised publication dates for some titles from Frank Cass:
Maslov. Captured Soviet Generals. Due later this month.
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