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Assault on the Liberty

By Ennes, James M. Jr

New York: Ivy Books, 1987. Reading crease at spine, small green dot on top edge, pages tight to spine. The true story of the Israeli attack on an American intelligence ship. On May 2, 1967, the U.S. Navy intelligence ship Liberty sailed from Norfolk on a routine patrol of the African coast. Five weeks later she was suddenly and overshelmingly attacked in international waters by the air and naval forces of Israel...thirty-four of her crew died, scores were seriously wounded. Now, a survivor of the assault on the Liberty tells what really happened in 1967.... Mass Market Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket. Military/War.

$7.20

Tiger Squadron

By Jones, Ira (Wing Commander)

New York: Award Books, 1966. Reprint of 1954 W. H. Allen & Co. books. Square book, small numbers written on inside leaf, pages clean, collectible condition book. This is the story of the courageous men of the R.A.F., led by the Tiger Squadron, the greatest combat fliers in the annals of aviation. men of indomitable bravery who turned the tides of two world wars. Told by one of its most brilliant members, Wing Commander Ira Jones, it is the authentic account of the men who risked their lives time and again to preserve freedom and destroy tyranny.... First American Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Near Fine/No Jacket. Military/War.

$5.60

No Picnic: The Story of 3 Commando Brigade in the Falklands War

By Thompson, Julian

Glasgow, Scotland: Fontana/Collins, 1986. Julian thompson was Commander of 3 Commando Brigade, which played an outstanding part in the successful outcome of the battle to recapture the Falklands...Mild tanning pages.. Mass Market Paperback. Near Fine/No Jacket. Military/War.

$8.00

Flying Tiger: Chennault of China
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Flying Tiger: Chennault of China

By Scott, Jr., Robert Lee

New York: Berkeley Books, 1960. Collectible condition with tanned pages due to age of book. To the Chinese the hawk faced leather skinned american was "Chennote Chiang Chun," and his men were "Tigers"- the famous Flying tigers who plunged into China in 1941 to help in the desperate struggle against the invading Japanese.... Mass Market Paperback. Near Fine/No Jacket. Military/War.

$8.00

First Blood
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First Blood

By Konrad, Klaus

London, Eng: Futura Publishers, 1980. Major von Dietz's raw recruits were forged into a ruthless fighting unit, backed by over two hundred years of tradition, tempered by months of harsh training. But when the first shots were fired those who survived the slaughter were case into a maelstrom of sadism, savagery and cowardice. and more than one man held a terrible secredt that only death could hide... Mild tanning pages, previous owner's stamp on inside leaf.. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket. Military/War.

$8.00

Foley: the Spy who Saved 10,000 Jews
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Foley: the Spy who Saved 10,000 Jews

By Smith, Michael

London, Eng: Coronet Books, 1999. Frank Foley risked his life to help thousands of jews escape Nazi Germany, but he remains virtually unknown- because his job at the Passport Control office in Berlin was a cover for his real role as one of Ml6's most highly regarded spies in the German capital... Book square, lightly tanned.. Mass Market Paperback. Near Fine/No Jacket. Military/War.

$10.00

Traveller

By Adams, Richard

New York: Dell Publishing, 1989. Light edgewear, pages mildly tanned, no marks, square book. A fascinating tale of confederate General Robert E. Lee. His legendary horse, and the war between the states. A brave man and a brave horse.... Mass Market Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket. Military/War.

$6.40

The Double Dutchman

By Jones, Francis S

London, England: Corgi Books, 1977. Square book, no marks, faint reading crease near spine o/w fine collectible book. The true story of an indestructible New Zealander and his legendary wartime escapes.... First Paperback Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Near Fine/No Jacket. Military/War.

$4.72

War Story

By Robinson, Derek

London, England: Pan Books, 1988. Lightly tanned pages, no marks or other flaws. There is going to be the most enormous battle and the war will be over by Christmas. Which Christmas, God alone knows.... Mass Market Paperback. Near Fine/No Jacket. Military/War.

$5.48

Heaven Next Stop

By Bloemertz, Gunther

London, England: New English Library, 1974. Like new copy, appears unread! Here are the personal experiences of a fighter pilot in the German air force in North-West France and Belgium from 1940 to 1945.... Mass Market Paperback. Mint/No Jacket. Military/War.

$9.60

The Commissar
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The Commissar

By Hassel, Sven

London, England: Corgi Books, 1986. Moderately tanned pages, light reading crease at spine, previous owner's name on inside leaf, book square, pages tight. The Commissar had the biggest secret of the Russian war. He had hidden 30 million dollars of soviet gold behind the russian lines...and Ports was determined to make sure his band of prison-soldier got their share... book apprears scarce!. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket. Military/War.

$12.00

The Man who Went Back

By Dumais, Lucien

London, England: Futura Publishers, 1975. Light tanning, new book, unread! If it went wrong, he could look forward only to a slow death, S.O.E. said they would be powerless to help him: 'As far as we are concerned, you will have ceased to exist.'. Mass Market Paperback. Near Fine/No Jacket. Military/War.

$4.72

Fields of Honor #5: The Bronze Star
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Fields of Honor #5: The Bronze Star

By Zlotnik, Donald E

New York: Penguin Books, 1992. Some rubbing on the edges, square book, clean, collectible. Lieutenant Alex-Paul goldsmith was a specialist in survival. Now on an assignment into Laos, he needed all the skills honed on savage city streets and in a jailhouse jungle. His two-pronged mission: to blow up a key NVA bridge, then rescue GIs from sadistic Pathet Lao captors.... Mass Market Paperback. Near Fine/No Jacket. Military/War.

$10.76

Fields of Honor #4: The Soldier\'s Medal
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Fields of Honor #4: The Soldier's Medal

By Zlotnik, Donald E

New York: Penguin Books, 1991. Some rubbing on edges, square book, mild tanning, no marks or stamps. Captain Luke arrowood was a soldier's soldier. He had to be. He had a shamefully slack jungle firebase to shape up before the NVA ripped it up. He had higher-ups who hated an officer up from the ranks. he had racial strife among his men and an elite enemy force closing in for the kill. and he had a plan to roam over the most dangerous highland in Vietnam with a unit that broke all military rules..... Soft Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Military/War.

$10.00

The Soldiers: Against the Assegais
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The Soldiers: Against the Assegais

By Moore, William

London, England: Sphere Books, 1975. Near fine collectible book with very minute edgewear, no marks, names or stamps. The Veldt echoedd to the thunder of the Zulu impis. Across the grasslands of Southern Africa teemed the bloodthirsty hordes of the warrior nation. Under the command of Cetshwayo massed a mighty army sworn to hurl the white invaders back into the sea..... Mass Market Paperback. Near Fine/No Jacket. Military/War.

$8.00

Comrades of War
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Comrades of War

By Hassel, Sven

London, England: Corgi Books, 1980. Light edgewear, tanning pages, square book. They were not so much people- as animals. Sometimes small and frightened, huddling together in cattle cars, wounds gaping, tongues swelling even as they licked the moist frost from the wall- each of them wondering if he would be the next to die before reaching the crude operating table.... Mass Market Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket. Military/War.

$8.00

Liquidate Paris
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Liquidate Paris

By Hassel, Sven

London, England: Corgi Books, 1980. Mildly tanned pages, reading crease at spine, very good plus book. From the wartorn steppes of russia, from the slopes of Monte Cassino, the stunned, bloody remnants of Hitler's armies were gathered to fight the last battle of the german reich- the battle of the Western Front.... Mass Market Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket. Military/War.

$10.00

Heroes Without Honour
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Heroes Without Honour

By Eckhardt, Kurt

Suffolk, U.K.: Magread Limited, 1980. Square book with a little edgewear and mild tanning pages. The confused, weary tank commander who loathes the carnage and destruction of war. Neither a politician nor an idealist, Kurt's only wish is to return home to his fiancee and their farm. As the war progresses, Max becomes a willing perpetrator of Nazi atrocities, while Kurt feels increasingly disenchanted with the Wehrmacht and his part in it.... First Paperback Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket. Military/War.

$8.00

They Feared No Evil : The Stories of the Gallant and Courageous Women Agents of Britain\'s Secret Armies, 1939-45
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They Feared No Evil : The Stories of the Gallant and Courageous Women Agents of Britain's Secret Armies, 1939-45

By Gleeson, James

London, England: Corgi Books, 1978. Light edgewear, b/w photos illustrated, no names or stamps. These are the stories of those thirty-nine courageous women and also, of the two thousand other girls who worked for Special Operations Executive in Britain. Once infiltrated, they acted as couriers, wireless operators, organizers, some ot them led resistance forces in pitched battles, others sabotaged railways, took part in raids and fought in the front lines...Scarce Book!. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket. Military/War.

$12.00

Concentration Soldier: One Soldier\'s Private Horror in Hitler\'s Hell-Camps
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Concentration Soldier: One Soldier's Private Horror in Hitler's Hell-Camps

By Welsh, Ken

London, England: Sphere Books, 1979. Light edgewear, no names or stamps, collectible condition! After the brutal inferno of the Russian front, Werner Meisel had thought that anything must be a picnic. The wounded Wehrmacht man had expected a quiet posting until the war was over.... Mass Market Paperback. Near Fine/No Jacket. Military/War.

$10.00

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