Amsterdam NL: Fredonia Books , 2002. Acquiring the ability to shoot accurately is no simple matter. One should not assume that the art of advanced marksmanship is fully realized upon reading a training manual. It cannot be complete understood even after hours of advice and instruction from a qualified marksmanship coach or target shooter. To become a qualified shooter and be able to produce consistently high scores, one must learn to perform all the fundamentals of shooting, acquire certain definite habits, flawless coordination - and above all - have a capacity for the intense concentration essential to exercising a high degree of mental control. For this, one must train. It is difficult, if not impossible, to establish a universal system of training in marksmanship which will cover all cases, that is, one that can be adapted to every shooters technique or special need. Training shooters requires an individual approach. For this reason, knowledgeable coaches take the peculiarities of an individual - such as experience, degree of preparation and physical fitness - and other factors into account. Relying on their own experience, they devise a training program which allows special considerations for each shooters capabilities. In spite of the difference in details, technique or method, there is much that is common to the training of advanced marksmen. This manual endeavors to present, in a detailed, comprehensive manner, these universal applications. Advanced marksmanship training must of necessity, avoid the involved and exceedingly complex because it is an activity whose participants form a great cross-section of our national life, and the average citizen is its greatest asset. . Softcover. Fine.
London: Pan, 1968. British Battles series. Few victories have been so complete, or achieved against such heavy odds, as that won by Henry V (1387-1422), king of England, against the army of the French sovereign Charles V1 (1368-1422) at the small French village of Agincourt on October 14, 1415. Distinguished historian Christopher Hibbert explores how the English accomplished such a feat of arms, from superior weaponry and fighting strategy to Henry V's inspired leadership. Agincourt is illustrated with fifteenth-century illuminations, paintings, and drawings.189p. illus, bibliography, index. First Thus. Pbk. Near Fine.
Durban SA: Art Publishers, 2000. A Pictorial Souvenir of the Battles of KwaZulu-Natal from 1818-1906. . 1st Thus. Softcover. As New. 11.5"x 9.75" .
Ottawa: Canada, Army , 1961. 250p. illus. index. fold-out maps. 1st Can Ed. Original Wraps. Very Good. Illus. by Maps Drawn by Major C. C. J. Bond..
Don Mills, ON: Ontario Publishing Company, 1960. 398p, Illus maps. Bibliography. index Maps on endpapers. Centennial history of one of Canada's oldest regiments. Cean tight copy, cover slightly scuffed . 1st Can Ed. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989. Exploring the processes and consequences of the campaigns of Alexander the Great of Macedon, this work focuses on the effect of his monarchy upon the world of his day. A narrative of the campaigns from the Danube to the Indus is complemented and enlarged upon by thematic studies. 330p,. maps bibliography.index. 1st UK Edition. Hardcover. As New/As New.
Penguin, 1948. Original vintage King Penguin edition [# 42] Uniforms of the British Army 1742-1895 described and illustrated with 24 coloured plates. 37p. text + 24p. plates.. 1st UK Edition. Printed Hardcover. Good>Very Good.
London: Osprey Publishing, 1981. Men-At-Arms Series # 83 This title examines some of the most colourful and fanciful uniforms in military history, those of Napoleon's Guard Cavalry. The detailed text covers units such as the Grenadiers à Cheval; the Empress's Dragoons; the Chasseurs à Cheval; the Mamelukes; the Gardes d'Honneur; the Polish Lancers; the Dutch Lancers; the German Lancers and the Lithuanian Tartars. A plethora of illustrations complement the text, including eight fine full page colour plates by inimitable Angus McBride, providing admirably detailed reconstructions of uniforms and accompanied by ten pages of commentaries.. . Reprint. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Angus McBride.
London: Osprey Publishing, 1989. Men-At-Arms Series # 211 . When the French Revolution broke out in 1789, France possessed numerous colonies spread over three continents. To defend and keep the peace in these territories, a small army of colonial troops, distinct from the metropolitan line regiments or marines, had existed since the days of Louis XIV. This book examines the history and uniforms of the often-overlooked French armies in Saint-Domingue, Guadeloupe, Martinique, St Lucia, Tobago, Ile-de-France, La Réunion, Pondichéry, Guiana, Senegal and Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon. The text is backed by numerous illustrations offering a rare glimpse into dress and equipment of Napoleon's overseas army. . Reprint. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Francis Back.
London: Osprey Publishing, 1988. Men-At-Arms Series # 204 The specialist troops of Wellington's army played a crucial role in the success of the British Army. Though often understaffed and ineptly managed, the artillery, engineers, transport and commissariat, and medical services contributed to Wellington's ultimate victory in 1815. The Royal Artillery and Corps of Royal Engineers comprised a small number of highly trained officers, while the commissariat was composed of untrained civilians outside military discipline, and the medical services suffered from a shortage of trained surgeons. This richly illustrated book examines the organization, uniforms and equipment of each of these specialist departments. . 1st UK Edition. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Bryan Fosten .
London: Osprey Publishing, 1981. Men at Arms series # 115 In this third of three volumes examining the flags of the Napoleonic Wars, Terence Wise details colours, standards and guidons of Anhalt, Kleve-Burg, Brunswick, Denmark, Finland, Hanover, Hesse, the Netherlands, Mecklenburg, Nassau, Portugal, Reuss, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland & Westphalia 40p. illus [col.]. 1st UK Edition. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Guido Rosignoli & Wlliam Walker .
London: Osprey Publishing, 1997. Elite series # 65. 1st UK Edition. Soft Cover. As New.
London: Osprey Publishing, 1992. Men-At-Arms Series # 250. 1st UK Edition. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Paul Hannon .
London: Osprey Publishing, 1989. Men-At-Arms Series # 203 Louis XIV's army was in many ways the first modern army. After assuming power in 1661, Louis abolished the post of Colonel General of Infantry so he could exercise direct control over the armed forces in his realm. The king demanded order, discipline and absolute loyalty from his army, and he introduced a military draft in 1688 - the first step towards what we know as conscription in modern armies. This book chronicles the development of Louis XIV"s army during his 54-year reign, including the units, uniforms and weapons of the elite Maison du Roi. Numerous illustrations portray the uniforms, colours and standards of his troops in vivid detail.. Reprint. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Francis Back.
London: Osprey Publishing, 1978. Men-At-Arms Series # 84. 1st UK Edition. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Richard Hook.
London: Osprey Publishing, 1983. Men-At-Arms Series # 138 150 years of everything that was put on a British troop of horse of line cavalry. Includes accoutrements worn by riders, weapons special to mounted soldiers, uniforms, ceremonial trappings and officers equipment. . 1st UK Edition. Soft Cover. As New.
Minneapolis, MN: Lerner Publications Company, 1976. The Lerner Archaeology Series "Tracing the development of military tactics and items such as swords, spears, and artillery, from prehistory to Roman times. ", 94p.illus Text clan and complete ffep missing. . First Thus. Hard Cover. Good>Very Good/Good with slight chips & Tear. Ex-Library.
Oxford: Osprey Publishing, 2007. 'complex and unstable, in 922 BC the kingdom of Ancient Israel was divided into Judah, in the South, and Israel, in the North. For the next 200 years, there was almost constant warring between these kingdoms and their neighbors. These bitter feuds eventually led to the collapse of Israel, leaving Judah as a surviving nation until the emergence of the Babylonian Empire, the destruction of Jerusalem in 586 BC, and the exile of the Judean people. Using ancient Jewish, Biblical, and other contemporary sources, this title examines the politics, fighting, and consequences of Israel's battles during this period. Focusing on the turbulent relationship between the kingdoms of Israel and Judah, this book explains Israel's complex, often bloody, foreign policy, and provides a definitive history of these ancient conflicts. " 96p.. Illus. maps bibliography.index. 1st UK Edition. Soft Cover. Near Fine.
Grange Books, 1996. Hard Cover. Very Good.
London: Coronet/ Hodder & Stoughton, 2003. First Pbk.Ed.. Soft Cover. New.