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Operation Market Garden

Masters of Mayhem

Allied Armor in Normandy

From Moscow to Stalingrad

Tanks in Hell

Treat 'Em Rough

How Carriers Fought

Blood Money

The Last Siege

The Black Prince and the Capture of a King

Operation Market Garden: September 1944

An up-to-date view of Operation Market Garden making full use of modern research. With over 500 illustrations including many maps, aerial photography and then-and-now images.

8.25 x 11.75, 192 pages, color and b/w photos throughout, $29.95 $19.50, hardback, CAS-005867

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Masters of Mayhem: Lawrence of Arabia and the British Military Mission to the Hejaz

Explores the early use of modern unconventional warfare by T. E. Lawrence behind the lines in North Africa and Arabia during World War I.

6 x 9, 304 pages, 16 pages of b/w photos, $32.95 $21.50, hardback, CAS-005744

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Allied Armor in Normandy

This volume in the Casemate Illustrated series explores the Normandy invasion from the perspective of the Allied Armored divisions, looking at how armored vehicles played a central role in the many battles that took place.

7 x 10, 128 pages, Black & white photos, color profiles and maps, $24.95 $16.50, paperback, CAS-006079

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From Moscow to Stalingrad: The Eastern Front, 1941-1942

This volume in the Casemate Illustrated series looks at the crucial period after the Red Army's success at Moscow when Germany was preparing for all-out attack across the entire Russian front, which was to end with disaster at Stalingrad.

7 x 10, 128 pages, Black & white photos, color profiles and maps, $24.95 $16.50, paperback, CAS-006093

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Tanks in Hell: A Marine Corps Tank Company on Tarawa

In this unique study Oscar Gilbert and Romain Cansiere use official documents, memoirs, interviews with veterans, as well as personal and aerial photographs to follow Charlie Company from its formation, and trace the movement, action—and loss—of individual tanks in this horrific four-day struggle. It is a story of escapes from drowning tanks, and even more harrowing escapes from tanks knocked out behind Japanese lines. It is the story of how the two surviving tanks and their crews expanded a perilously thin beachhead, and cleared the way for critical reinforcements to come ashore. But most of all it is a story of how a few unsung Marines helped turn near disaster into epic victory.

6 x 9, 264 pages, photos throughout, $19.95 $12.99, paperback, CAS-006512

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Treat 'Em Rough: The Birth of American Armor 1917–20

A detailed account of the first use of armor in the U.S. Army during World War I, from the training of crews and building of tanks to the first great tank battles.

6 x 9, 232 pages, 16 photos and 10 diagrams and maps, $32.95 $21.50, hardback, CAS-006673

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How Carriers Fought: Carrier Operations in WWII

A detailed examination of carriers and carrier operations in WWII, looking at the tools behind the major carrier battles and their evolution throughout the war.

6 x 9, 296 pages, 21 b/w photos, 7 b/w illustrations, and 5 maps, $34.95 $22.99, hardback, CAS-006215

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Blood Money: Stories of an ex-Recce’s Missions in Iraq

An action-packed account of life as a private military contractor in Iraq, written with candor by an ex-South African Special Forces (recce) soldier.

6 x 9, 344 pages, 94 b/w photos & images, 8 maps, $32.95 $21.50, hardback, CAS-00661A

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The Last Siege: The Mobile Campaign, Alabama 1865

A new study of the 1865 Mobile Campaign, exploring events surrounding the Union's siege and capture of Mobile, a battle which ended the Civil War.

6 x 9, 304 pages, Black and white illustrations, $32.95 $21.50, hardback, CAS-006314

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The Black Prince and the Capture of a King: Poitiers 1356

A new detailed account of the battle of Poitiers in 1356 which saw one of the most sensational episodes of the Hundred Years War: the capture of the French King Jean by the Black Prince.

6 x 9, 224 pages, 16 pages of b/w photos, $32.95 $21.50, hardback, CAS-004518

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