Blouson de la Marine...
The construction of large oceanic submarines in the Empire of Japan was related to two basic facts. The first was the achievements in the Atlantic and not only by the German submarines during the First World War. The second one, more important, was the concept of "Decisive battle."
The True Story of the 345th Bomb Group and Its Low, Fast, and Deadly Missions in World War II
The first full history of the 5th Fighter Wing who fought many prolonged, intensive aviation battles with the Japanese in the Indian Ocean and then the Pacific, from April 1944 to August 1945.
The idea of creating such an album dedicated to the battleships of World War Two had been born in the last dozen or so years. During this period, various concepts appeared in print, which were meant to present those beautiful ships in the form of a "condensed pill.”
The Type XXI U-boot was one of the few types of weapon that, despite being unable to take part in combat, completely changed the character of naval actions at sea. It was the first true submarine in history.
The U.S. Navy at Guadalcanal
Richard O'Kane and the Amazing Submarine Adventures of the USS Tang
Tips, Tactics, and Techniques for Sailors Who are Serious about Becoming a Chief Petty Officer
U-505 and the U-Boat War in the Atlantic
The Men, Ships, and Operations of the James River Squadron
At War & At Sea with HMS Belfast
A Visual History of the Golden State Battleship BB-44
An LCT's Odyssey
The Final Voyage of the U. S. S. Helena and the Incredible Story of Her Survivors
The Extraordinary True Story of Four Submariners in World War II
On Board the USS Kitty Hawk in the Iraq War
Texas, the Fight for the Gulf of Mexico, and the Shaping of the American West
The Top 10 Book of Admirable Admirals, Sleek Submarines, and Other Naval Oddities
The Fight Against Pirates, Privateers, and Sea Raiders from Antiquity to the Present
A Sailor's Account of the Mutiny, and Life in the South Seas
Architect of the German High Seas Fleet