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New Additions


Nijmegen: US 82nd Airborne & Guards Armoured Division by Tim Saunders

Pegasus Archive review: One of the five books in the superb Battleground series devoted to Operation Market Garden, focusing on the very broad and difficult sector allocated to the 82nd Airborne Division. The chapters describe the key areas from South to North, including Grave Bridge, the bridges over the Maas-Waal Canal, the Groesbeek Heights, Nijmegen, and many more besides. As with all books in this series, a considerable number of maps, photographs and first-hand accounts have been packed into a deceptively small space, and the concise narrative manages to go into a level of detail which makes this a solid historical study rather than just a battlefield guide. A fine tribute to the "All American" 82nd, a Division which General Dempsey of the 2nd British Army described as the finest in the world at that time. Price 12.99. Copies may be purchased from Amazon or


Panzer III: Hitler's Beast of Burden by Anthony Tucker-Jones

Pegasus Archive review: A part of the "Images of War" series, looking at the ubiquitous but strangely often ignored Panzer III, which played a central role in the German military machine during the Second World War. The large and diverse photographs in this book describe its evolution from the first model to enter service to the last of its numerous variants, which saw it gradually upgunned and armoured in a losing battle for parity against the more modern and capable Allied tanks. Each of these modifications are briefly described, with the rare and carefully selected photographs showing the Panzer III in a range of theatres and situations. It also details the specialist variants, including the flame-thrower, amphibious, and command models, as well as the famous StuG-III Assault Gun, and captured vehicles which were converted and put into service with the Red Army. Price 14.99. Copies may be purchased from Amazon or


Books - Arnhem, Normandy, Rhine Crossing, Sicily, General Airborne, Prisoner of War, General Second World War, Other