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DUEL FOR THE GOLAN

By Jerry Asher and Eric Hammel

(Subject: Post World War II - Gulf, Middle East, Afghanistan) Erased previous owner's signature on endpaper. Signs of use, text clean, Dustjacket covered in plastic by previous owner. It was the desperate, 100 Hour battle that held the overwhelming assault by Syrian tank Divisions on the under strength Israeli Armoured Units on the Golan at the start of the Yom Kippur War. (Published: 1987) (Publisher: William Morrow Publishing) (Pagination: 262pp, 16 ills, maps) (Condition: ) UL-XXXXXX

$28.11

ALL NECESSARY MEANS: INSIDE THE GULF WAR

By Ben Brown and David Shukman

(Subject: Post World War II - Gulf, Middle East, Afghanistan) Creased card covers, text unmarked. Ben Brown was in Riyadh for most of the Gulf War, and in Kuwait City when it was liberated. David Shukman was monitoring the air and ground war from London. Here they talk to key participants - pilots, Iraqi and British soldiers, American generals - to analyze the causes and conduct of the war and the Kurdish crisis that followed it. They look, too, at the "secret war" played out by human and satellite intelligence and Britain's SAS, and at disinformation - were the Allies led to overestimate the prowess of the Republican Guard and the number of its troops in Kuwait? (Published: 1991) (Publisher: BBC Publications) (ISBN: 9780563363040) (Pagination: 250pp, ills) (Condition: ) UL-XXXXXX

$6.25

BAGHDAD OR BUST
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BAGHDAD OR BUST

By Mike Ryan

(Subject: Post World War II - Gulf, Middle East, Afghanistan) As new, unread. Here for the first time is revealed the true and compelling story of the sensational joint US/UK campaign to liberate Iraq from the oppressive regime of Saddam Hussein, from its conception to its dramatic conclusion. it examines the political and logistical problems leading up to the war, and the author's accounts of the actual military operations draw on the experiences of those who fought on the frontline (Published: 2003) (Publisher: Pen & Sword) (ISBN: 1844150208) (Pagination: 220pp, numerous colour & b/w ills) (Condition: As new in d/w) UL-XXXXXX

$12.49

SIX DAYS IN JUNE: HOW ISRAEL WON THE 1967 ARAB-ISRAELI WAR

By Eric Hammel

(Subject: Post World War II - Gulf, Middle East, Afghanistan) Signs of use, plastic cover on d/w. Some underlining in text. An account of six extraordinary days in June 1967 when Israel embarked on a bold, risky war of national survival, and won. The author argues to disprove the myth that Israel's victory was a 'miracle' or a 'fluke' and reveals how a tiny nation was able to, in secret, develop a 'First world' military force. (Published: 1992) (Publisher: Scribners, NY) (ISBN: 0684193906) (Pagination: 452pp. maps, glossary) (Condition: ) UL-XXXXXX

$18.74

HEIGHTS OF COURAGE
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HEIGHTS OF COURAGE

By Avigdor Kahalani

(Subject: Post World War II - Gulf, Middle East, Afghanistan) The battles of an Israeli tank battalion commander at the time of the 1973 Yom Kippur War on the Golan heights against Syrian armour. Kahalani tells of the desperate battles fought to hold the front and prevent the destruction of Israel. (Published: 1992) (Publisher: Praeger Publishers) (ISBN: 0275942694) (Pagination: 198pp, illustrations, maps) (Condition: Good in card covers) UL-XXXXXX

$18.74

MILITARY LESSONS OF THE GULF WAR

By Bruce W Watson

(Subject: Post World War II - Gulf, Middle East, Afghanistan) A new revised edition on the study on the Gulf War, from the build up to the operations of the Coalition Force in the Air, at sea and the Land Battle. Also the problems of intelligence, logistics and the threat of terrorism. (Published: 1993) (Publisher: Greenhill Books) (ISBN: 1853671363) (Pagination: 272pp, illustrations maps, tables) (Condition: Good in creased card covers) UL-XXXXXX

$4.69

THE GULF WAR: A PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY

By Michael Dewar

(Subject: Post World War II - Gulf, Middle East, Afghanistan) Produced in cooperation with The Press Association, this is a photo-history covering Operation Desert Shield, Operation Desert Storm and Operation Desert Sabre - the 1991 Gulf War. Appendices cover The Gulf Crisis Coalition Forces Order of Battle, and Main Financial Contributors. (Published: 1992) (Publisher: Robert Hale Ltd) (ISBN: 0709047649) (Pagination: 144pp illustrations) (Condition: Good in black boards, no d/w) UL-XXXXXX

$9.37

DUSTY WARRIORS: MODERN SOLDIERS AT WAR

By Richard Holmes

(Subject: Post World War II - Gulf, Middle East, Afghanistan) The author draws on the testimonies of the 700 soldiers of the Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment to capture in vivid detail the average soldier's day-to-day experience of war. Embroiled in a conflict often too dangerous for reporters to cover, these soldiers, many without any previous experience of warfare, have kept ongoing records of the drudgery, anxiety and horror involved in fighting a violent and increasingly unpopular war in Iraq against a ruthless and resourceful enemy. All have risked their lives, and many have died. (Published: 2006) (Publisher: Harper Press) (ISBN: 9780007212842) (Pagination: 385pp maps, illustrations) (Condition: Very good. d/w slightly edgecreased.) UL-XXXXXX

$12.49

DESERT WARRIOR
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DESERT WARRIOR

By HRH General Khaled Bin Sultan and Patrick Seale

(Subject: Post World War II - Gulf, Middle East, Afghanistan) Black boards no dustjacket. Good. The author was the Saudi General in command of Joint Forces in the Gulf War. This is his account of the war as well as his military career in the Saudi forces. His is a detailed account of the problems that were faced by the coalition forces, how they were overcome, the fighting, the Iraqi collapse, and the liberation of Kuwait. (Published: 1995) (Publisher: Harper Collins) (ISBN: 000255612X) (Pagination: 492pp, col & b/w photos, maps & charts, index.) (Condition: ) UL-XXXXXX

$9.37

THE WHIRLWIND WAR

By Frank N Schubert and (Editor) Theresa L Kraus

(Subject: Post World War II - Gulf, Middle East, Afghanistan) The official history of the US Army in the Gulf War. The background of the post Vietnam Army, now the Army of Desert Storm with the new methods, training, organization and equipment and the emergency deployment followed by the re-enforcement for the offensive. Other chapters look at the operational planning, Logistics and preparations for battle. The final chapters describe the 100 hour, 4 Day campaign to the Cease Fire and the post war implications. Appendices include the Patriot Air defense system, U.S. Equipment and Iraqi Equipment. (Published: 1995) (Publisher: Center of MilitaryHistory) (ISBN: 0160429536) (Pagination: Large Format. xvi + 312pp, illustrations, maps, tables and charts) (Condition: buff cloth, gilt titles and device, very good) UL-XXXXXX

$31.24

U.S. MARINES IN THE PERSIAN GULF, 1990-1

By Colonel Charles J Quilter II

(Subject: Post World War II - Gulf, Middle East, Afghanistan) Subtitled 'With the I Marine Expeditionary Force in desert Shield and Desert Storm', this monograph written by the US Marine Command historian, describes USMC combat operations of the Marine Expeditionary Force in the Persian Gulf conflict from 8 August, 1990 to 16 April, 1991. (Published: 1993) (Publisher: US Marine Corps) (Pagination: Large Format. vii + 131pp, 40 ills, maps, tables) (Condition: very good in card covers) UL-XXXXXX

$15.62

THE GULF WAR: ITS ORIGINS, HISTORY AND CONSEQUENCES
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THE GULF WAR: ITS ORIGINS, HISTORY AND CONSEQUENCES

By John Bulloch and Harvey Morris

(Subject: Post World War II - Gulf, Middle East, Afghanistan) During the 8 years of the Gulf war, Iran and Iraq spent a total of $350 billion on a conflict which brought neither anywhere near fulfilling their war aims. When the ceasefire took effect on 20th August, 1988 the two opposing armies were back to almost the same positions they occupied before the invasion of Iran by Iraq in 1980, but during that time hundreds of thousands had been injured and killed. (Published: 1989) (Publisher: Methuen) (ISBN: 0413613704) (Pagination: 309pp, photos, maps.) (Condition: very good in d/w) UL-XXXXXX

$15.62

FROM SHIELD TO STORM: HIGH-TECH WEAPONS, MILITARY STRATEGY AND COALITON WARFARE IN THE PERSIAN GULF

By James F Dunnigan and Austin Bay

(Subject: Post World War II - Gulf, Middle East, Afghanistan) The authors were NBC TV's 'on air' military expert, and a reserve officer serving at the Pentagon during the crisis. They combine their stories to provide both big picture and home perspectives. A study on the 1991 war in the Gulf, the weaponary, tactics, the coalition at war, plus accounts that were not allowed to be published (Published: 1992) (Publisher: William Morrow Publishing) (ISBN: 0688110347) (Pagination: 250pp) (Condition: Very good in d/w) UL-XXXXXX

$18.74

DESPATCHES FROM THE GULF WAR

By Brian MacArthur

(Subject: Post World War II - Gulf, Middle East, Afghanistan) A cross-section of the British press reportage from the first Gulf War, the Operation codenamed Desert Storm to liberate Kuwait following the Iraqi invasion in 1990. This book includes pieces by John Simpson, Robert Fisk, Brent Sadler, Max Hastings, John Pilger, Bernard Levin, Richard Dowden and Martin Woollacott. (Published: 1991) (Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing) (ISBN: 0747510539) (Pagination: 371pp) (Condition: Good in card covers) UL-XXXXXX

$12.49

AFGANTSY: THE RUSSIANS IN AFGHANISTAN 1979 -1989
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AFGANTSY: THE RUSSIANS IN AFGHANISTAN 1979 -1989

By Rodric Braithwaite

(Subject: Post World War II - Gulf, Middle East, Afghanistan) In a timely and eye-opening book, Rodric Braithwaite examines the Russian experience during the Soviet war in Afghanistan. Basing his account on Russian sources and interviews, he shows the war through the eyes of the Russians themselves - politicians, officers, soldiers, advisers, journalists, the women who served there, and the women of Afghanistan. (Published: 2012) (Publisher: Profile Books) (ISBN: 9781846680625) (Pagination: 417pp, numerous illustrations, maps) (Condition: New in card cover) UL-XXXXXX

$17.17

ELUSIVE VICTORY: THE ARAB-ISRAELI WARS 1947-1974

By Colonel T N Dupuy

(Subject: Post World War II - Gulf, Middle East, Afghanistan) A history of the war-torn Middle-East covering the first Arab-Israeli war, the Sinai-Suez war of 1956, the Six-Day War in 1967 the war of Attrition from 1967-1970 and the Yom Kippur War in 1973. The author looks at long term and immediate causes, military strengths and details of strategy and tactics. (Published: 1978) (Publisher: Macdonald & Janes) (ISBN: 0356080900) (Pagination: 669pp, maps, diagrams,illustrations, appendices, bibliography, index) (Condition: very good in edgecreased d/w) UL-XXXXXX

$43.73

THE GULF WAR AND THE NEW WORLD ORDER

By Haim Bresheeth and Nira Yuval-Davies Editors

(Subject: Post World War II - Gulf, Middle East, Afghanistan) A collection of articles from contributors from all spheres including journalists, lecturers and researchers, analysing the factors behind the 1991 war and its impact on the Middle East and Gulf region. (Published: 1991) (Publisher: Zed Books Ltd) (ISBN: 1856490424) (Pagination: 293pp) (Condition: Very good in card covers) UL-XXXXXX

$9.37

OCCUPATION ISRAEL OVER PALESTINE

By Naseer Aruri

(Subject: Post World War II - Gulf, Middle East, Afghanistan) A collection of articles by contributors from the world of academia and journalism. They look at the changing status of Palestinian areas, the consequences of the occupation and Subjugation versus Liberation. (Published: 1984) (Publisher: Zed Books Ltd) (ISBN: 0862323622) (Pagination: 467pp,maps, tables.) (Condition: Slight fading on spine ow Good) UL-XXXXXX

$12.49

CRUSADE
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CRUSADE

By Rick Atkinson

(Subject: Post World War II - Gulf, Middle East, Afghanistan) The 1991 Gulf War, from first night to the final day, providing vivid accounts of bombing runs and White House strategy sessions, firefights and bitter interservice conflicts. Stealth bombers, "Smart" weaponry, nightime tank battles in the desert – all made the conflict unique. For the first time we learn of the widespread use of amphetamines by US pilots, the secret decision to launch Tomahawk missiles across Iran, and the clandestine deployment of Delta Force and the SAS for Scud hunting. (Published: 1993) (Publisher: Harper Collins) (ISBN: 0002554984) (Pagination: 576pp illustrations.) (Condition: Near fine in dw) UL-XXXXXX

$12.49

THE WARS AGAINST SADDAM: TAKING THE HARD ROAD TO BAGHDAD
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THE WARS AGAINST SADDAM: TAKING THE HARD ROAD TO BAGHDAD

By John Simpson

(Subject: Post World War II - Gulf, Middle East, Afghanistan) Simpson examines the period leading to the first Gulf War, the war itself and the immediate aftermath. He describes the increasing tyranny of Saddam's regime in the years that followed the war, the weapons programme and why the UN inspectors were allowed back in. He also explains why the West went to war again in March 2003. (Published: 2003) (Publisher: Macmillan) (ISBN: 1405032642) (Pagination: 415pp illustrations.) (Condition: very good in dw) UL-XXXXXX

$12.49

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