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BATTLE In The ENGLISH CHANNEL By Theodore Taylor. Mighty German war ships Scharnhort, Gneisenau and the Prinz Eugen make a daring run through the English Channel in December 1941… right under the nose of the British. Maps and an index. 1983 Paperback. Good + Cond. $9.99
The BATTLE For LEYTE GULF By C. Vann Woodward. The greatest naval battle of the Second World War and the largest engagement ever fought on the high seas. For the Japanese the battle represented the supreme naval effort of the war. 1947 Paperback edition. No photos. Sorry, sold out!
The BATTLE Off MIDWAY ISLAND By Theodore Taylor. June 1942. Fresh from their victory at Pearl Harbor, the Japanese turn their efforts toward the small Pacific Island named “Midway.” This time the out-gunned American’s are ready! Maps and index, no photos. 1981 Paperback. Fair + + + Cond. $9.99
The BATTLE For GUADALCANAL By Samuel B. Griffith II, Grigadier General, USMC (Ret.). The 1942 struggle for the obscure Pacific Island called Guadalcanal captured the American imagination as did few other single battles of World War II. It was a brutal and bloody battle that cost the lives of some 7,000 Americans and over 30,000 Japanese. Paperback edition. Good Cond. $9.99
CLIMAX At MIDWAY By Thaddeus V. Tuleja. The dramatic and comprehensive story of this battle is brilliantly told. June 1942. If the Japanese could take the Midway atoll and destroy the American carrier strength, the Pacific would be theirs. But if the United States could hold Midway, the march to ultimate victory over Japan would began. Paperback edition, black and white photos. Fair + + Cond. $5.88 – Sorry, sold out!
CLOSING The CIRCLE War in the Pacific, 1945. By Edwin P. Hoyt. A behind-the-scenes look at the military and political moves that brought the Japanese to final surrender (in 1945). 23 black and white photos. Paperback edition. Fair + + + Cond. $5.00
EAGLE AGAINST The SUN The American War with Japan. By Ronald H. Spector. The American war in the Pacific versus Japan, now told using newly declassified intelligence information from all sides. Photos. Hardback with dust jacket. Fair + + + Cond. $7.88 – Sorry, sold out!
FATAL VOYAGE The sinking of the USS Indianapolis. By Dan Kurzman. True and tragic story of the sinking of the American cruiser USS Indianapolis (CA-35) by the Japanese submarine I-58 in (July 1945) World War II. Paperback edition. Good Cond. $10.00
The GREATEST GENERATION By Tom Brokaw. A magnificent testament to a nation and her people, extraordinary stories of a generation that gave new meaning to courage, sacrifice and honor in World War II. Black and white photos. 1998 Hardback edition w/ DJ. Good Cond. $9.88
IWO JIMA By Richard F. Newcomb. World War II’s bloodiest, most glorious Marine invasion. Some 5,000 American’s and about 20,000 Japanese defenders lost their life during this 1945 battle. Black and white photos. Paperback edition. Good Cond. $6.99
IWO JIMA Legacy Of Valor. By Bill D. Ross. World War II Marine sergeant tells the historic story of the epic battle for the Pacific island of Iwo Jima. Some 5,000 American’s and about 20,000 Japanese defenders lost their life during this 1945 battle. B/W photos. Softbound edition. Fair + + Cond. $5.88
KURSK DOWN The Shocking True Story of the Sinking of a Russian Nuclear Submartine. By Clyde Burleson. On August 12, 2000, while on maneuvers in the Barents Sea, the Kursk was rocked by mysterious explosions and went down hard with its crew of 118 men trapped inside. Paperback edition, black and white photos. Kursk crew roster and an index. Good Cond. $5.88 – Sorry, sold out!
The LAST VOYAGE of the LUSITANIA By A.A. Hoehling and Mary Hoehling. On May 7, 1915, Lusitania was torpedoed by the German submarine U-20 off the southwest coast of Ireland. She sank within 18 minutes with the loss of some 1,200 men, women and children, many of them American. 1974 Paperback edition. Fair + + Cond. $4.99
MIRACLE At MIDWAY By Gordon W. Prange, with Donald M. Goldstein and Katherine V. Dillon. The epic WWII naval battle at Midway Island, fought in June 1942. “Miracle At Midway” brings together eyewitness accounts from the men who commanded and the men who fought on both sides. Softbound edition with black and white photos, maps and index. Fair + + + Cond. $8.99 – Sorry, sold out!
ONE SOLDIER’s STORY By Bob Dole. Before he became one of America’s most respected statesman, Bob Dole was an average citizen serving heroically for his country. The bravery he showed after suffering near-fatal injuries in the final days of World War II is the stuff of legend. 2005 first edition Hardback with dust jacket. 287 pages, with 23 black and white photos. No maps or index. Fair + + + Cond. $3.88
OPERATION ICEBERG By Gerald Astor. April, 1945, the U.S. Army and Marine Corps invaded the Japanese Island of Okinawa. The Japanese knew if they lost this vulnerable island, so close to their homeland, they would be exposed to all-out attack from their enemy. So the Japanese fought hard and unleashed all they had in an effort to stop the Allies. 1996 Paperback edition, black and white photos. Good Cond. $9.95
The PACIFIC CAMPAIGN The U.S. – Japanese Naval War 1941-1945. By Dan van der Vat. A comprehensive evaluation of all aspects of the Pacific war. Its all here in one volume. Black and white photos and maps. Softbound edition. Fair + + + Cond. $5.99
PEARL HARBOR FINAL JUDGEMENT By Henry C. Clausen and Bruce Lee. In 1944, Secretary of War Stimson selected Clausen to investigate the December 7, 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Many historic photos. 1992 Hardback with dust jacket. Good Cond. $9.95 – Sorry, sold out!
The RUSSIAN CONVOYS Heroes of the Murmansk run—Allied seamen who fought Stukas, Nazi subs and frozen Artic seas in World War II. By B. B. Schofield. The Murmansk Run, most dangerous of all sea routes in World War II. Black and white photos. 1967 Paperback. Sale priced. Good Cond. $9.95
SPY SUB A Top-Secret Mission to the Bottom of the Pacific. By Roger C. Dunham. True story of an American nuclear submarine’s desperate search for a nuclear-armed Soviet submarine (K-219) lost in the north Pacific. Black and white photos. Paperback edition. Fair + + + Cond. $3.99
SUBMARINES At WAR The History of the American Silent Service. By Edwin Hoyt. Complete history of American submarines from the present back to the American Revolution. Includes World War I and World War II. Black and white photos with maps. Paperback. Good Cond. $9.99
SUBMARINE! A Personal Account of War Beneath the Sea. By Commander Edward L. Beach USN. Foreword by Vice Admiral Charles A. Lockwood, USN (Ret.). A thrilling and true account of war beneath the seas. Heroic crews and legendary submarines in World War II. They’re all here in this one great book: Wahoo, Harder, Tang, Trigger, Seawolf and many many more! Paperback edition. Good Cond. $4.88
SUBMARINE A Guided Tour Inside a Nuclear Warship. By Tom Clancy. A rare glimpse inside a Los Angeles-class nuclear attack submarine. Packed with exclusive photographs, illustrations and diagrams. Softbound edition. Good Cond. $4.95
SUBMARINE The Ultimate Naval Weapon—Its Past, Present & Future. By Drew Middleton. The history of the submarine, from its early beginnings, through two world wars and into the atomic age. Photos. Paperback edition. Good Cond. $3.99
SUBMARINE WARFARE An Illustrated History. By Anthony Preston. The entire history of the submarine from the Civil War to nuclear subs of today. Packed with over 100 color and black and white photos! Hardback with dust jacket. Sale priced Fair + + + Cond. $9.95
THEY FOUGHT UNDER THE SEA By Navy Times. This book follows the development of the submarine as a tactical weapon, starting with America’s first sub, the Holland. Each chapter deals with a different submarine. World War I, World War II and beyond. No photos. Paperback edition. Good Cond. $4.99
TORPEDO JUNCTION U-Boat War off America’s East Coast, 1942. By Homer H. Hickam, Jr. In early 1942, the German launched ‘Operation Drumbeat’ sending U-boats into the open waters off the American East Coast. Unopposed by the U.S. Navy they sank whopping 259 ships. Paperback edition, black and white photos, maps, appendix and index. Sorry, sold out!
U-BOATS At WAR By Harald Busch. The true story of Germany’s top U-boat commanders of World War II. Written by a former German officer, attached to the U-boat branch of the Kriegsmarine. Includes an appendix, no photos. Paperback edition. Fair + + Cond $9.99
U-BOATS OFFSHORE When Hitler Struck America. By Edwin P. Hoyt. 1942, German U-boat’s execute “Operation Drumbeat” sinking ships off America’s East Coast. The heroic story of courageous Americans who waged a relentless fight. Photos. Paperback. Sale priced Fair + + Cond. $7.99 – Sorry, sold out!
WAKE ISLAND A Gripping Story of Disaster And Heroism. By Duane Schultz. On the same day the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor they also began a savage assault on tiny Wake Island. For 14 days, a small contingent of Marines battled against overwhelming odds. Photos. Paperback. Good Cond. $9.95
The X-CRAFT RAID By Thomas Gallagher. True World War II story of the British X-craft, midget submarine sent on a top-secret mission to sink the mighty German battleship Tirpitz. Maps and index. Paperback edition. Good Cond. $9.95
YAMAMOTO The Story of America’s most Brilliant World War II Enemy – The Mastermind Behind Pearl Harbor and the Pacific Campaign. By Edwin P. Hoyt. In this extraordinary biography, noted historian Edwin P. Hoyt chronicles Admiral Isoroko Yamamoto’s rise from poverty through the ranks of the Japanese military machine. 1991 Paperback edition. Good Cond. $8.95