This third volume covers the Norwegian army's flags, jaegers, ski troops, cavalry, and artillery, and Militia forces in Norway and Denmark, through 54 original full colour plates.
The first English-language publication providing a detailed reconstruction of live-testing of nuclear weapons by crews of the Soviet Bomber Aviation.
The book describes and analyses the Scanian War, which was fought from 1675 to 1679 between, on one side, primarily Brandenburg and... Læs mere
Defeated commanders are frequently blamed for the decisions which they made, sometimes with serious or even fatal consequences. The case of the unfortunate Admiral... Læs mere
The first inclusive history of the war between the US-led coalition and Iraq, fought 1991, largely based on data released from official archives, and spiced with content acquired in the course of dozens of interviews.
This book is a historical study of the events of October 1941 in the Viaz'ma pocket, based on documents found in the Russian Federation's Central Archive of the Ministry of Defense, the German Bundesarchiv, and the US National Archives.
There are few memoirs available of German Panzer crews that focus on the climactic last 12 months of the war on the Eastern Front, 1944-45.
A detailed and richly illustrated operational history of the highly classified, joint-service special operations command of the United States during the Vietnam War.
The Whole Armour of God examines and reassesses the role of the Anglican army chaplains in the Great War. The tensions and ambiguities of their role in the trenches resulted in criticism of their achievements.
Hot Skies over Yemen is a richly illustrated and unique point of reference about one segment of modern aerial warfare in Yemen that remains entirely unknown until today.