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New arrivals
30 November 1997

Ryan, Cornelius. The Longest Day. New York: Touchstone, 1994.

ISBN 0-671-89091-3
350 pages

Foreword; Acknowledgments; photos; Bibliography; Index

Ryan, Cornelius. The Last Battle. New York: Touchstone, 1994.

ISBN 0-684-80329-1
571 pages

Foreword; Acknowledgments; photos; Bibliography; Index

Ryan, Cornelius. A Bridge Too Far. New York: Touchstone, 1995.

ISBN 0-684-80330-5
670 pages

Foreword; Acknowledgments; photos; Bibliography; Index

Reviews


Old Army
30 November 1997

Old Army Books of Kentucky today uploaded full details of its stock of several thousand secondhand military books, including several new categories not previously listed at the Old Army website. This marks a tremendous increase in the number of titles displayed on Bruce's webpages, so be sure to check it out.


The War Room
30 November 1997

Tom Paragian of The War Room has updated his online inventory with an assortment of used books (specializing in the Third Reich and the war in Europe), special discount books, and WWII videos.


Now available from Greenwood/Praeger
30 November 1997

Rees, David. The Defeat of Japan. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers, 1997


Articles of War
29 November 1997

Bob Ruman has updated his online book inventory with more than 4000 military titles, including -- for the first time -- a selection of over 600 secondhand books.


News from Canada
29 November 1997

Brandenburgers is now available from J. J. Fedorowicz. Forthcoming titles include:

Munch. 653 History

Schneider. Tigers in Combat 2

Tieman. The Leibstandarte, volume IV, part 2


OUP
28 November 1997

Oxford University Press offers in its new "British and European History" catalog of "New and Recent Books 1998" a selection of WWII-related titles at discounted prices through the end of February. Included, among others, are the two most recent volumes of the Germany and the Second World War series.


News from Greenwood
28 November 1997

Now available:

Kaufmann, J. E. and H. W. Kaufmann. Maginot Imitations: Major Fortifications of Germany and Neighboring Countries

Forthcoming:

Lee, Loyd E. World War II in Europe, Africa, and the Americas, with General Sources: A Handbook of Literature and Research

Roi, Michael L. Alternative to Appeasement: Sir Robert Vansittart and Alliance Diplomacy, 1934-1937

Piszkiewicz, Dennis. From Nazi Test Pilot to Hitler's Bunker: The Fantastic Flights of Hanna Reitsch

Epstein, Philip Eric and Rosen. Dictionary of the Holocaust: Biography, Geography, and Terminology


Now available from MCP
26 November 1997

Mansfield Jr., John G. Cruisers for Breakfast: War Patrols of the U.S.S. Darter and U.S.S. Dace. Tacoma, WA: Media Center Publishing, 1997.


History Book Club
25 November 1997

Offered for Winter 1997:

Linderman. The World Within War

Tobin. Ernie Pyle's War


Now available from Brassey's
24 November 1997

Caine, Philip D. Aircraft Down! Evading Capture in WWII Europe. London: Brassey's, 1997.


Now available from Nafziger
22 November 1997

Soviet Tactical Doctrine in WWII. Pisgah, OH: Nafziger, 1997. (Reprint of Chapter V of US War Department's Handbook on USSR Military Forces, TM-30-340, with an introduction by Shawn Caza.)


Now available from NIP
21 November 1997

Whittingham, Richard. Martial Justice: The Last Mass Execution in the United States. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 1997. Trial and execution of seven German POWs. Softcover reprint.


New arrival
20 November 1997

Yerger, Mark C. Waffen-SS Commanders: The Army, Corps and Divisional Leaders of a Legend: Augsberger to Kreutz. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Military History, 1997.

Review


Now available from Presidio
17 November 1997

Morehead, James B. In My Sights: The Memoir of a P-40 Ace. Novato, CA: Presidio Press, 1997.


Scholar's
17 November 1997

The Scholar's Bookshelf Fall History catalog is now available. While its Second World War selections are not as extensive as its more important Military catalog, there are still substantial sections on Hitler & Nazism, The Holocaust, and World War II.


Military Book Club
17 November 1997

Selections for Winter 1997:

Mitcham. The Desert Fox in Normandy

Overy. Russia's War

Michulec and Anderson. Panzerwaffe at War

Tillman. Wildcat Aces of World War 2


New arrival
16 November 1997

Among the many sub-specializations of the field of World War Two studies is the area of orders of battle. It can be said with some justification that study of any battle or campaign must begin with an analysis of the opposing forces. To a certain extent this can be extended to include the overall size and structure of a nation's entire military force, and there are many researchers and books dealing with the complete OB of a given nation.

In this survey we attempt to cover the most important books about OBs of ground forces for the major powers of the Second World War.

Book Survey


Across the Atlantic
14 November 1997

Woolcott Books of Near Dorchester has dispatched its new catalog "Tank". (Their catalogs are never numbered, but named according to the cover illo.) Loads of excellent unit histories as well as more familiar categories of books.

Foot Guards
Line Regiments
African Units
Indian Units
Cavalry Regiments with WW2 Armoured Role
Yeomanry with WW2 Armoured Role


Read the book, see the movie
14 November 1997

It's not too often we can report a movie deal for a non-fiction WWII book, but Presidio has announced that Striking Back: A Jewish Commando's War against the Nazis by Peter Masters has been optioned by Miramax with Rick and John Dahl to direct, produce, and write.


New arrival
13 November 1997

Houterman, J. N. Eastern Troops in Zeeland, The Netherlands, 1943-1945: Hitler's Osttruppen in the West. Bayside, NY: Axis Europa, 1997.

Review


Jerboa
12 November 1997

Maureen and Frank have uploaded more than a thousand military books and an extensive collection of military badges and insignia at their Jerboa-Redcap Books website. Check out the "News" page while you're there.


Ensign
12 November 1997

We had not heard from Ensign Books in quite awhile until today when their latest list arrived. Tony specializes in naval books, naval annuals, ONI reports, and US Navy cruise books.


Cadman
10 November 1997

Catalog #35 from T. Cadman arrived here today with fifteen pages of used WWII titles.


New arrival
9 November 1997

Zentner, Christian and Friedemann Bedurftig. (editors) The Encyclopedia of the Third Reich. New York: Da Capo, 1997. English translation edited by Amy Hackett.

Review


Onward marches Technology
8 November 1997

Aberdeen Books and Jerboa-Redcap Books have recently installed new webpages at their sites which will allow them to post daily -- or hourly! -- messages for visitors, much as we do right here on this page. Both those booksellers constantly receive shipments of newly published books and will now be able to keep you informed about availability and prices of titles as they roll off the presses.


OUP
8 November 1997

Oxford University Press has dispatched its "Autumn Sale" catalog with a few WWII titles at discounted prices. Among them:

Chambers and Culbert. World War II, Film, and History

Laquer. Fascism: Past, Present, Future

Dear and Foot. The Oxford Companion to World War II


New arrival
7 November 1997

Dunn jr., Walter S. Kursk: Hitler's Gamble, 1943. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1997.

Review


From Minnesota
7 November 1997

Military History Catalogue #29 from Paul E. Kisselburg is now available with 689 WWII titles listed on 40 pages.


New arrival
6 November 1997

Ellis, John. World War II: A Statistical Survey. New York: Facts on File, 1993.

Review


Benicia Books
5 November 1997

Michael Merrill of Benicia Books this evening updated his online inventory with close to 500 newly arrived secondhand titles, mostly covering the Second World War.


Now available from Stackpole
4 November 1997

Savas, Theodore P. Silent Hunters: German U-Boat Commanders of World War II. Campbell, CA: Savas Publishing Company, 1997. (Distributed by Stackpole Books.)


New arrival
2 November 1997

Ambrose, Stephen E. Citizen Soldiers. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1997.

Review


Now available from Greenwood
2 November 1997

DiNardo, R. L. Germany's Panzer Arm.

Kaufmann, J. E. and H. W. Kaufmann. The Maginot Line: None Shall Pass.


Top Ten Books
1 November 1997

We have today opened our ballot webpage for selecting the Top Ten non-fiction WWII-related books published in 1997. The ballot page will remain open through the end of the year, and everyone with an interest in the Second World War is cordially invited to participate in the voting. You can vote for books already on the ballot, or you can write in your own candidates and vote for them.

Closer to the end of the year we'll open another webpage for monitoring how each book is performing in the poll, and at the beginning of January we'll announce the winners.


More fresh inventory
1 November 1997

Graham Palmer of World War II Books and Ian Wilkinson of The Military Collector, who maintain a joint online book inventory, have reloaded their browsable webpages and searchable online database with an updated stock of several thousand secondhand books, mostly in World War II but including a growing number of World War I titles. This month's featured category is "Artillery" and they've assembled a plethora of unit histories, technical tomes, and other works on all aspects of that subject.


Eagle Editions Ltd
1 November 1997

Eagle Editions announces that its Green Hearts: First in Combat with the Dora 9 -- in preparation for over two years -- is finally scheduled for publication in December.


From Arizona
1 November 1997

The "November Catalog" from Paul Gaudette arrived at the same time as the new month. This is Paul's usual 8.5x11 48-page publication with several book lists -- including Aviation Unit Histories, Espionage, and USMC -- intermixed with bookcovers, illustrations, excerpts, and miscellaneous notes.

 

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