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DEFEAT AT SEA
Author: C.D. Bekker
An absorbing and often thrilling account of the struggle and eventual destruction of the German navy in World War II as seen from the other side. The author is a former German naval officer.New York, N.Y. 1955 Ballantine Books 1st American Ed., 184 Pgs., Mass Market PB.,
THE AMAZING WEAPONS THAT NEVER WERE
Author: Gregory Benford
With the editors of Popular Mechanics. A very unique and unusual book about Robots, Flying Tanks, and other Machines of War. The future can be seen in the eyes of the past by cocepts of war paraphernalia some of which evolved into reality but also many great ideas by scientists and others that never saw the light of day. Illustarted and printed on quality paper.Great nostalgia from the past pages of the magazine. New York, NY Hearst Books 2012 1st Ed., 8 x 9, HB.
SEAL TEAM ROLL-BACK
Author: Tim L. Bosiljevac
Never fear, never falter, never say die. One creed, one goal-one team. A legend was born in 1954 with the covert landing of four agents on a night-blackened Asian beach. This is the saga of the best and the bravest: The US Navy SEALs, leading top hunter-killer teams from the Tonkin Giulf to the NVA-owned hills along the Cambodian border. A story of frieins and strangers, of honor, freedom, pain and sacrifice, and the grim lessons learned under fire in the kingdon of death. Very Good. New York, 1999 Avon Books, Inc, 1st Pr, 313 Pgs. Mass Mkt. PB.
Author: J. Bryan III
The story of the Yorktown, what it was really like to serve on this giant ship and the courage, humor, and patience of the men who carried the war across the immense Pacific. Good-slight tear lower spine, front cover edges folded. New York, N.Y., 1954 Ballantine Books 1st Ed., 205 Pgs., Mass Market Paperback.
CURRAHEE, A Screaming Eagle at Normandy
Author: Donald R. Burgett
Forward by Stephen E. Ambrose, with eight pages of photos. A fascinating tale of personal combat. VF-AS New. New York, N.Y. 2000 Dell Publishing Company, A division of Random House, Inc., 1st Ed., 202 Pgs., Mass Market PB.
U-BOATS AT WAR
Author: Harald Busch
Translated from the German by L.P.R. Wilson.The German estimates of Allied and nuetral ships destroyed by German U-boats was 1,027 in 1942 and 54 in 1945. Behind these figures lies one of the most fascinating and exciting stories to come out of Word War II. It began in the black nights in 1939 and 1940 when submarine wolf packs ripped the allied convoys-and one ship in three might get to England. It is a story by a German officer that will make you angry, but it tells how the enemy lived and fought and how the allies, by courage and scientific skill, broke the back of the wolf packs and smashed the German effort for victory at sea. VG. Owner's name inside cover. New York.N.Y. 1955 First American Ed.,176Pgs., Mass Market Paperback