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From the Publisher;x0Dx0AIn 2018, the world will be commemorating the centenary of the end of the First World War. In many ways, 1918 was the most dramatic year of the conflict. After the defeat of Russia in 1917, the Germans were able to concentrate the$34.95
The USAAF’s Tuskegee Experiment, designed to prove that African-Americans were not capable of flying combat aircraft, resulted in the creation of one of the USAAF’s elite units. Commanded by Col Bejamin O Davis, the 332nd were able to boast 111 aerial kil$33.95
Author: Jack H Smithx0AIllustrator: Tom Tullisx0APaperback; 128 pagesx0Ax0ANicknamed the ‘Unicorns’, the 359th FG was one of the last groups to arrive in the UK for service in the ETO with the Eighth Air Force. First seeing action on 13 December 1943, the gro$32.95$32.95
From the Publisher:x0Dx0Ax0Dx0AIn the early days of World War I, Germany unveiled a new weapon the mobile 42cm (16.5 inch) M-Ger howitzer. At the time, it was the largest artillery piece of its kind in the world and a closely guarded secret. When war bke out, two of the howitzers were rushed directly from the factory to Liege where they quickly destroyed two forts and compelled the fortress to surrender. After repeat performances at Namur, Maubeuge and Antwerp, German soldiers christened the howitzers rosse or icke Berta (Fat or Big Bertha) after Bertha von Krupp, owner of the Krupp armament works that built the howitzers.$21.95
Formed with the best available fighter pilots in the Southwest Pacific, the 475th Fighter Group was the pet project of Fifth Air Force chief, General George C Kenney. From the time the group entered combat in August 1943 until the end of the war it was th$32.95$32.95