Rare Military History
American PT Boats in World War II
Before the Echoes Die Away
"1980, 8vo, 194 pgs. First edition. Full bound blue cloth with gilt lettering. History of the the volunteer gunners who fought during WWII in France and Italy. Clean tight copy, with fold-out maps and illustrations. DJ shows some light shelfwear with minor rubbing.
The Boeing F/A-18E/F Super Hornet & EA-18G Growler
A Developmental and Operational History
England in the Seven Years' War
A Study in Combined Strategy
2 Volumes. 1973 reprint of a 1918 work. Solid bindings with clean interiors. Minor rubbing and soiling to dark blue cloth covered boards, else fine.
History of the Forty-fifth Regiment: Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry 1861-1865
Small 4to, 530 pgs. Full bound navy blue cloth with gilt title on front board and spine. Numerous black and white photographic plates, the plate facing pg 120 is detached but present. Some wear to cloth at spine ends and board cornertips, boards slightly bumped, light dust soil to block edges. Binding solid. Page 327 was detached and ripped in half, but has been taped and is present. Overall interior clean. Written by The Comrades, edited by Allen D. Albert.
An Account of her Destruction in Havana Harbor, The Personal Narrative of Captain Charles D. Sigsbee
Green cloth boards with black titles; titles on spine rather faded. 3-color pictorial illustration to front board, moderately rubbed and worn. Rubbing and light discoloration to edges, corners, extremities of spine. Spine shaken but holding.
The History of How America's Small Arms Have Failed Our Military
An examination of the U.S. Army Ordnance Corps traces its historical obsession with accurate, slow firepower and conservative use of ammunition--often at the cost of soldiers' lives
SMALL ARMS HAVE FAILED OUR MILITARY
Filled with the Mosquitos operational record and supplemented with tables, drawings, maps and charts. Describes every operational sortie, verifying battle claims wherever possible against Luftwaffe records. Sharp and Bowyer combine their talents to produce this exceptional record of de Havillands legendary Wooden Wonder. Foreword by Sir Geoffrey de Havilland. Fully revised and up-dated.
My American Journey