Part 2 of the definitive history of the 3rd Panzer Division, this volume covers the years from 1939 to 1945, including its actions at the Battle of Kursk, its retreat to Germany, and its eventual surrender to the U.S.
Are you prepared to survive when disaster hits? Learn how to create a foolproof plan for storing water and food, cooking off the grid, tapping alternative energy sources, evacuating safely, and much more.
Decorated Navy SEAL Team Six member Don Mann provides a definitive survival resource, including essentials on everything from basic camp craft and navigation to fear management and strategies for coping with disasters.
Brandon Webb’s experiences in the world’s most elite sniper corps are the stuff of legend. From his years of training to his combat, Webb provides a rare and riveting glimpse into the inner workings of the U.S. military.
This profusely illustrated history of the Vietnam War offers an authoritative chronicle of the conflict that doesn’t shy away from the controversies and moral ambiguities that still haunt our collective memories of it.
From war to natural disasters, government shutdown to terrorism, eighteen-year British Special Air Services veteran Barry Davies shows you how to survive anything—and how to resume your life after the dust has settled.
A Navy SEAL who witnessed Bin Laden's final moments delivers a blow-by-blow narrative of the raid, from the helicopter crash that could have ended the author’s life to the radio call confirming the terrorist’s death.
What made a prosperous and complacent Europe so vulnerable to the lure of war in 1914? Clark examines the outbreak of the First World War and its causes, placing Serbia and the Balkans at the center of the story.
At the height of World War II, one in three men fighting for the Germans in the East was not a native German. Here is a country-by-country look at these foreign troops and their impact on the Nazi war effort.
Air Force navigators and bombardiers have long labored under the shadow of pilots, especially those serving on Vietnam and Cold War-ear B-52 Stratofortresses. This account sheds light on their essential contributions.
From the exhilaration of a successful attack to the terror of being depth-charged, these 46 stories bring World War II to life through the eyes of the American submariners who fought the Japanese beneath the waves.
Updated with the latest trends and product reports, the 67th edition of the definitive firearms resource features hundreds of photos, an illustrated catalog of arms and accessories, and an extensive industry directory.
Packed with detailed information and illustrations provided by the U.S. Army, this advanced, intensive guide to incendiary systems covers napalm, gelled gasoline, fire fudge, silver nitrate, fuse cords and more.
A gripping look at today’s elite warriors from the commander who has led assault missions in Iraq, run the SEAL training programs, and became the public face of the SEALs when he starred in the 2012 film Act of Valor.
The premier authority on dismantling and caring for your firearms. Features step-by-step instructions for rifles, shotguns, handguns, and muzzleloaders along with color photos, diagrams, manufacturer, specs, and more.
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