NILE RIVER GUNBOATS 1882–1918 from OSPREY PUBLISHING presents a history of the Anglo-Egyptian gunboats that patrolled the Nile for 36 years. The concise text is supported by a remarkable gallery of images.
Todd Michalak takes a look at Pen & Sword Books latest release of the Perkins collection, British Warship Recognition – The Perkins Identification Albums Volume II: Armored Ships 1860-1895, Monitors and Aviation Ships.
River Plate 1939, The Sinking of the Graf Spee is a new book from Osprey Publishing LTD. It is their 171st title of their Campaign series, and chronicles the very early Second World War high seas drama of catching and killing the KM (Kriegmarine) “pocket battleship” Graf Spee.
Todd Michalak shares a review of T. Garth Connelly's latest publication focused on small combat vessels of the Second World War with his new book, US Coast Guard 83-Foot Patrol Cutters In World War II - Sub Busters.
Calling all British warship fans! Seaforth Publishing and Pen & Sword Books, Ltd. recently released the first in a series of books from the Perkins Identification Albums; British Warship Recognition – Volume 1: Capitol Ships 1895 – 1939. Todd Michalak shares his review of this unique collection of line drawings created by Richard Perkins.
John Asmussen & Kjetil Åkra set out on a journey to show the history of Germany’s final battleship of the Second World War. The many years of hard work and dedication to this subject finally paid off with the release of their complete story of this ship in their book, Tirpitz – Hitler’s Last Battleship. Todd Michalak gives us his review of this brand new publication.
The Ampersand Group, Inc. calls General Quarters to all fans of capital ships of the United States Navy from the Second World War with the first book in the new series; USS California – A Visual History of the Golden State Battleship BB-44