• Instruments of BattleThe Fighting Drummers and Buglers of the British Army from the Late 17th Century to the Present Day/ James Tanner/ $32.95 | Hardback | 288 pages | Casemate | 9781612003696Instruments of Battle examines in detail the development and role of the British Army’s fighting drummers and buglers, from the time of the foundation of the army up to the present day.
  • Foxtrot in KandaharA Memoir of a CIA Officer in Afghanistan at the Inception of America’s Longest War/ Duane Evans/ $25.00 | Hardback | 200 pages | Savas Beatie | 9781611213577 Kandahar. The ancient desert crossroads and, as of fall of 2001, ground zero for the Taliban and al-Qa’ida in southern Afghanistan. In the northern part of the country, the U.S.-supported Northern Alliance (the Afghan organization opposed to the Taliban regime) has made progress on the battlefield, but in the south, the country is still under the Taliban’s bloody hold and al-Qa’ida continues to operate there. With no “Southern Alliance” for the US to support, a new strategy is needed if victory is to be achieved. Veteran CIA officer Duane Evans is dispatched to Pakistan to “get something going in the South.”Foxtrot in Kandahar i his story.
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  • Man of War/ The Fighting Life of Admiral James Saumarez: From The American Revolution to the Defeat of Napoleon/ Anthony Sullivan
  • Six Days in September/ A novel of Lee’s Army in Maryland, 1862/ Alexander Rossino
  • Leadership Lessons of D-Day/ Lessons from the Longest Day—June 6, 1944/ John Antal
  • Hitlerjugend – Normandie 44/ Témoignages/ Pierre Tiquet