Category: Military-war


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Shanghai '37

By: Baum, Vicki

Price: $30.00

Publisher: HK, OUP, 1986

" It forms the climax of Shanghai '37, a story that follows the lives of nine people to Shanghai (& the subsequent Japanese invasion) and the hour of their death. This book, the second of Baum's novels. . " 619pp in vg order View more info

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No Heroes Inside the FBI's Secret Counter-Terror Force

By: Coulson, Danny & Shannon, Elaine

Price: $29.00

Publisher: Pocket Book Publications, 1999

In a catalog of some of the most notorious criminal events of the last thirty years, Coulson provides his own enthralling firsthand accounts and reflective personal opinions of his experiences in bringing hundreds of murderous extremists and killers to justice -- from the Black Liberation Army police assassins to the treacherous white supremacist terrorists of the Order and the Covenant, Sword and Arm of the Lord; from the Atlanta prison riots to the controversial sieges... View more info

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Jane's Tanks and Combat Vehicles Recognition Guide

By: Foss, Christopher

Price: $22.00

Publisher: Harper Collins, 2002

Faults? bumped corners. 496pp of reference & 800g packed for post. A fully illustrated encyclopaedia of all modern military vehicles in service today. Includes tanks, personnel carriers, reconnaissance vehicles; self-propelled guns and self-propelleled anti-aircraft systems. Technical data for over 200 vehicles, recognition features, line drawings, over 1000 photographs View more info

Apache The Man, the MacHine, the Mission

By: Macy, Ed

Price: $27.00

Publisher: Harper Press, 2008

What's it about? In 2007, Ed Macy's Apache squadron was dispatched to Afghanistan's notorious Helmand Province, with the mission to fight alongside and protect the men on the ground by any means necessary. When a marine goes missing in action, Macy and his team are the Army's only hope of bringing him back alive. With a soldier strapped to each side of two gunships, they must land in the heart of Jugroom Fort, a Taliban stronghold, and come face-to-face with hordes of th... View more info

Sea War 1939-1945

By: Piekalkiewicz, Janusz

Price: $26.00

Publisher: USA, Historical Times, 1987

ex-lib with plastic cover, tags removed. Sea War, 1939-1945 by Janus Piekalkiewicz who was a Polish underground soldier, historian, writer, as well as a television and cinema director and producer. He was a world-renowned author on many aspects of World War II history; over 30 of his books have been printed. This book chronicles the war in the Atlantic, the Royal Navy, and most importantly, the U-Boat War, and does a good job of it. 352pp with masses of illustration thr... View more info

SHOT DOWN AND IN THE DRINK RAF and Commonwealth Aircrews Saved from the Sea 1939-1945

By: Pitchfork Air Commodore Graham

Price: $40.00

Publisher: The National Archives, UK, 2006

As new. The RAF's Sea Rescue Service saved thousands of aircrews during the Second World War, often in the most challenging conditions. This wide-ranging authoritative account draws upon over 40 first hand testimonies and official reports from the National Archives as well as dramatic previously unpublished photographs. View more info



By: WAKE Nancy

Price: $125.00

Publisher: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA, The Macmillan Company of Australia Pty. Ltd., 1985

Edition: Reprinted 1985

This copy is in excellent condition. Book is tightly bound, clean white pages, no names, unclipped dust jacket. The autobiography of Nancy Wake, an Australian who worked as a secret agent and saboteur in France during the Second World War has captured the imagination of many. Her courage and undercover work during the war in France won her the admiration of the French people and international recognition. View more info