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    Title: ''I'm the 82nd Airborne Division!''
    Sub-title: A History of the All American Division in World War II After Action Reports
    By (author): Robert P. Anzuoni
    ISBN10-13: 0764323474 : 9780764323478
    "I'm the 82nd Airborne Division!" is the most comprehensive collection of combat narratives, after action reports, documents, maps, and photographs detailing the saga of one of the most famous units in the Second World War. These original documents are now published for the first time since they were created sixty years ago. The Division comes alive, as individuals and units of the 82nd tell their own stories. Maps illustrate day-by-day movements of the various regiments during campaigns. Appendices list commander, casualties, and captured equipment. Special photographic essays show helmet markings and ephemera. From designation as the U.S. Army's first airborne division in 1942 through the campaigns in Sicily, Italy, Anzio, Normandy, Holland, Belgium, and Germany all the way to the occupation of Berlin and the victory parade in New York, this is the story of the 82nd Airborne Division - The All American in World War II. A great reference for anyone interested in the 82nd Airborne Division in World War II and a fitting tribute to those who served in its ranks.
    Pages: 384  Size: 304x228mm  Illustrations: over 400 color and b/w photographs, maps, charts 
    PublishedSchiffer Military - November   2005
    Format: Hardback
    Subjects: Second World War
    List Price: 66.99 Pounds Sterling
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    Title: 1 of: 1437
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    Title: A Collector's Guide to the Savage 99 Rifle and its Predecessors, the Model 1895 and 1899
    By (author): David Royal Photographs by: Charlotte Royal Edited by: Rick Edmonds
    ISBN10-13: 0764350269 : 9780764350269
    This is the first book to cover every aspect of the Savage 99 family of centerfire rifles from the prototypes to the last rifle produced, including Savage’s only production military rifle, the Montreal Home Guard musket from WWI. It is also the first book on the Model 99 to be photo driven, with more than 250 color images. The book covers the variations in each model and addresses comparisons between similar models; dispels a number of myths, misconceptions, and catalog errors and omissions; and contains complete production figures by serial number and year. Special features and factory engraved rifles are also included, covering every style of engraving by Enoc Tue in the early twentieth century, the 99K, the PE and DE, and commemoratives.
    About The Author:

    The author has had a long infatuation with the Savage 99 and is a Florida native now living in Wyoming. He started collecting and displaying the rifles in 2005 and is a former freelance magazine writer and photographer.

    Pages: 160  Size: 215x279mm 
    PublishedSchiffer Military - May   2016
    Format: Hardback
    Subjects: Militaria, arms & armour
    List Price: 57.99 Pounds Sterling
    Availability: Temporarily Out of Stock, more expected soon
    Title: 2 of: 1437
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    Title: A Guide to the Russian Federation Air Force Museum at Monino
    By (author): B. Korolkov, V. Kazashvili
    ISBN10-13: 0764300768 : 9780764300769
    Deep in a green pine forest, some 38 kilometers from Moscow is the Russian Federation Air Force Museum at Monino - a truly unique collection. The museum is founded on a rich collection of full-scale aircraft exhibits, as well as helicopters, aircraft engines, armament and search-and-rescue equipment, and reflects the history of Russian and Soviet aviation development from 1909 to the present. Included in this guide: Aviation of the Late 19th and the Early 20th Century; "Letatlin", "Mozhaisky Flying Aircraft", Wright Brothers Airplane, Blerior Aircraft, Utimtsev Engine. "Grizodubov-1" Aircraft, "Ilya Muromets", "Voisin", "Sopwith", Farman-IV": Aircraft of the 1920s & 1930s; ANT-2, ANT-4 (TB-1), ANT-6 (TB-3), ANT-25 (RD), ANT-40 (SB), DB-3 (Il-4), U-2 (Po-2), P-5, I-16: Aircraft of World War II and Post-war Rotary Aircraft; MiG-3, Yak-9u, La-7, La-11, Il-2, Il-10m, Pe-2, Tu-2, Tu-4, Il-12, Il-14, AN-2, AN-14: Subsonic and Transonic Jet Aircraft; Bi-1, MiG-15, MiG-15UTI, MiG-27, La-15, Su-25, Yak-17, Yak-23, Yak-25, Yak-25RV, Yak-36, Yak-38, Tu-16, Tu-104, Tu-95, Tu-114, Il-28, Il-18, Il-62, 3M, M-17, Yak-40, Yak-42, An-8, An-10A, An-12, An-24, Be-12, Be-32; Supersonic Jet Aircraft; MiG-19, MiG-21, MiG-21 I ("Analogue"), MiG-23, MiG-25, MiG-29, "Buran" analogue. Su-7, Su-9, Su-7b, Su-7L, Su-7Bkl, Su-11, Su-15, Su-17, M, Su-100, Su-24, Su-27, La-250, Yak-27r, Yak-28L, Tu-22, Tu-22M, Tu-128, Tu-144, M-50: Helicopters: Mi-1, Mi-4, Mi-6, Mi-10, Mi-8, Mi-2, Mi-12, Mi-24A, Ka-15, and KA-18. KA-25, KA-26. Yak-24: Lightweight Aircraft and Trainers: "Burevestnik", UT-2, Yak-12R, Yak-11, Yak-18, Yak-18U, Yak-18PM. Yak-18T, Yak-30, Tak-50, Yak-52B, L-29 "Dolphin", Stock-2, and many other examples of aircraft ordnance, and armament. Colonel-General B. Korolkov is head of the Gagarin Air Force Academy. V. Kazashvili is the chief curator of the Russian Federation Air Museum of Monino.
    Pages: 176  Size: 279x215mm  Illustrations: over 130 b/w and color photos 
    PublishedSchiffer Military - January   1997
    Format: Hardback
    Subjects: Military history : Air forces & warfare : Aircraft: general interest
    List Price: 38.99 Pounds Sterling
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    Title: 3 of: 1437
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    Title: A History of No. 10 Squadron
    Sub-title: Royal Naval Air Service in World War I
    By (author): Mike Westrop
    ISBN10-13: 0764320556 : 9780764320552
    "No.10 Squadron of England's Royal Naval Air Service was formed at St. Pol, a suburb of Dunkerque, in February 1917, as part of the rapid naval aviation expansion programme required by the Royal Naval Air Service's commitment to assist the Royal Flying Cor"
    Pages: 200  Size: 279x215mm  Illustrations: over 100 b/w photos 
    PublishedSchiffer Military - August   2004
    Format: Hardback
    Subjects: First World War
    List Price: 57.99 Pounds Sterling
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    Title: 4 of: 1437
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    Title: A History of No.6 Squadron
    Sub-title: Royal Naval Air Service in World War I
    By (author): Mike Westrop
    ISBN10-13: 076432425X : 9780764324253
    Despite No.6 Squadron RNAS being the first British fighter squadron to deploy a production twin gun scout on the Western Front (beating the Royal Flying Corp's elite 56 Squadron by a couple of weeks) and the first squadron to take the notoriously unreliable Siddeley Puma powered D.H.9 into battle, almost nothing has been published about the activities of this important Royal Naval Air Service squadron. The lack of published information can perhaps be explained by the fact that a large block of the squadron's daily reports are inexplicably missing from their "box" in Britain's National Archives. After much effort and time, Mike Westrop discovered the "missing" documents in a Royal Flying Corps War Diary. This pilots' log books, and many previously unpublished photographs has enabled the author to produce the first in-depth look at the activities and accomplishments of this "forgotten" squadron. The Royal Naval Air Service had a reputation for fielding the most colorful Allied machines in France and Belgium, and the reputation was upheld by the Nieuport scouts of No.6 Squadron. A collection of superb new colour profiles from Mark Miller depicts the squadron's Nieuport 17Bis scouts to perfection.
    Pages: 224  Size: 279x215mm  Illustrations: over 170 b/w photos & colour profiles 
    PublishedSchiffer Military - July   2006
    Format: Hardback
    Subjects: British & Irish history : First World War : United Kingdom, Great Britain
    List Price: 57.99 Pounds Sterling
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    Title: 5 of: 1437
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    Title: A Luftwaffe Bomber Pilot Remembers
    Sub-title: World War II from the Cockpit
    By (author): Klaus Haberlen
    ISBN10-13: 0764313932 : 9780764313936
    A Luftwaffe Bomber Pilot Remembers is a bomber pilot's story from his early life prior to the ascension of the Nazi Party to power in Germany, his education and rise through the ranks of the Luftwaffe as a decorated bomber pilot, and even through his demotion at the hands of Göring late in the war. Also covered are Haeberlen's tribulations in a prisoner of war camp run by the Allies, and his success in post war Germany as a businessman. This book offers a unique first person perspective on the development of the war and its effect on those that were not in the highest realms of power.
    Pages: 208  Size: 228x152mm  Illustrations: over 100 black and white photos 
    PublishedSchiffer Military - September   2001
    Format: Hardback
    Subjects: Second World War : Military aircraft : Aircraft: general interest
    List Price: 28.99 Pounds Sterling
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    Title: 6 of: 1437
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    Title: A Pictorial History of the B-2A Spirit Stealth Bomber
    By (author): Jim Goodall, Big Apple Agency
    ISBN10-13: 0764350757 : 9780764350757
    This is a pictorial history of Jack Northrop's dream, the B-2A Spirit, a low-observable, strategic, long-range, heavy bomber with the ability to penetrate sophisticated and dense enemy air-defense shields. It is capable of all-altitude attack missions up to 50,000 feet, with a range of more than 6,000 nautical miles (nm) unrefueled, and over 10,000 nm with one refueling, giving it the ability to fly to any point in the world within hours. Stealth technology has rendered radar systems ineffective by greatly reducing their detection ranges. After ten years of service, the B-2A finally achieved full operational capability in December 2003. An assessment published by the USAF showed that two B-2As armed with precision weaponry could do the job of seventy-five conventional aircraft.
    About The Author:
    Over the last thirty-five years Jim Goodall has authored more than two dozen books and articles on military aircraft, naval ships and submarines with a focus on Low Observables, or as it is known today, Stealth.
    Pages: 160  Size: 228x304mm  Illustrations: 525 colour photos 
    PublishedSchiffer Military - August   2016
    Format: Hardback
    Subjects: Air forces & warfare
    List Price: 33.99 Pounds Sterling
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    Title: 7 of: 1437
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    Title: A Postcard History of Japanese Aviation
    Sub-title: 1910-1945
    By (author): Edward M. Young
    ISBN10-13: 0764340395 : 9780764340390
    This book provides a unique view of the development of military and commercial aviation in Japan from the pioneering years before World War I to the end of World War II. There are comparatively few books in English that illustrate aviation in Japan in the years before World War II. This is the first book to make extensive use of Japanese aviation postcards to show how aviation in Japan grew from a dependence on foreign aircraft designs and engineers in the early years to an independent industry that produced world-class airplanes. The book uses more than 250 postcards to trace the history of Imperial Japanese Army and Navy aviation, and commercial aviation, during this thirty-five year period. Each of the book's four chapters begins with a narrative survey of key developments during the period covered. The postcards, some in color and some in black and white, show both military and commercial airplanes, many famous and some less so. Of particular interest to those interested in Japanese military aviation in World War II will be a number of postcards of wartime propaganda art.
    About The Author:
    Edward Young has had a life-long interest in aviation history. He graduated from Harvard College with a degree in Political Science. Asian aviation and World War II in the Pacific and the CBI have been the focus of much of Mr. Young’s research and writing. He is a regular volunteer at the Museum of Flight in Seattle and lectures on aviation history in the Seattle area.
    Pages: 160  Size: 279x215mm  Illustrations: over 250 color/bw images 
    PublishedSchiffer Military - June   2012
    Format: Hardback
    Subjects: Warfare & defence : Military aircraft : Antiques & collectables: books, manuscripts, ephem : Aircraft: general interest : Japan
    List Price: 42.99 Pounds Sterling
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    Title: 8 of: 1437
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    Title: A-10 Thunderbolt II
    Sub-title: Fairchild Republic's Warthog at War
    Series: Legends of Warfare: Aviation
    By (author): Ken Neubeck
    ISBN10-13: 0764356704 : 9780764356704
    The Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II, commonly nicknamed the "Warthog" due to its unusual and ungainly appearance, became the most effective close-air-support aircraft that has ever served for the US Air Force and Air National Guard. Designed around the GAU-8/A Avenger autocannon, the aircraft was a highly effective tank killer during Operation Desert Storm. The Warthog continues to serve, from its first appearance in 1976 through subsequent wars up to the present time, and well into the future. This concise, illustrated book covers the construction, development, and combat history of this unusual aircraft and features superb detail and combat photography. Part of the Legends of Warfare series.
    About The Author:
    Ken Neubeck is a reliability engineer who worked on the A-10 production program. He has authored numerous books on aircraft and amateur radio technology. He served as president of the Long Island Republic Airport Historical Society, which preserves aspects of the history of Long Island aviation.
    Pages: 128  Size: 228x228mm  Illustrations: 186 colour & b/w photos 
    PublishedSchiffer Military - June   2019
    Format: Hardback
    Subjects: Air forces & warfare : Aircraft: general interest
    List Price: 19.99 Pounds Sterling
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    Title: 9 of: 1437
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    Title: A-20 Havoc
    Sub-title: Douglas's Attack Bomber / Night Fighter in WWII
    Series: Legends of Warfare: Aviation
    By (author): David Doyle
    ISBN10-13: 0764361732 : 9780764361739
    The A-20 Havoc, known to the British as the Boston, was built by Douglas and Boeing during WWII and arguably became the most famous of the attack aircraft fielded by the United States during that war. This volume traces the aircraft from the prewar Douglas 7B through the many versions of the aircraft used by the US, French, British, and Russian forces during the course of the war. The story of these iconic WWII aircraft is told through carefully researched photos, many of which have never before been published, which are reproduced in remarkable clarity. Large, clear photos, coupled with descriptive and informative captions, unlock the secrets of this aircraft.
    About The Author:
    Since 2003, over 175 of David Doyle's books have been published, and the range of subjects has expanded to include aircraft and warships. Doyle's works are notable for their rare photographs, meticulously researched by David and his wife, Denise.
    Pages: 112  Size: 228x228mm  Illustrations: 174 colour & b/w photos 
    PublishedSchiffer Military - July   2021
    Format: Hardback
    Subjects: Air forces & warfare
    List Price: 19.99 Pounds Sterling
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    Title: 10 of: 1437

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