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University Press of Kentucky, 2018. Hardcover. First edition. Review copy with press release laid in. "Bechtol not only presents an accurate picture of the current North Korean threat - he also outlines methodologies that Washington and the international community must embrace in order to contain it" (press release)" Red paper covered boards with white title to spine and front cover. Clean and bright. As new. 261 pages. MIL/051019. Fine.
New York: Oxford University Press, 2017. Hardcover. Exhaustively researched account of the Gallipoli campaign's origins and execution and Churchill's role. Red cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Clean and bright. In dark red dust jacket with white title to spine. Very good condition. 424 pages. WWI/050919. Fine / Fine.
Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press, (2011). Hard Cover. 8vo. First edition. "Filled with incisive analysis and rich historical detail, No Sure Victory is not only a valuable case study in unconventional warfare, but a cautionary tale that offers important perspectives on how to measure performance in current and future armed conflict" (jacket). Fine in fine illustrated green dust jacket with maroon title to front and spine panels. Pristine interior. Index, 334 pages. American Military. VIET/050819. Fine / Fine.
Edison, N.J. Castle Books, 1995. Hardcover. Near fine in quarter blue leatherette over gray paper covered boards with gilt title to spine. Except for extremely faint dampstain along bottom edge of cover, fine condition. In near fine blue jacket with inconspicuous dampstain to bottom edge. jacket is titled in gilt on spine and front panels. Thick 8vo. Interior is brilliant and tight, like new. Double-columned text. 834 pages. Military History MIL/050919. Near Fine / Near Fine.
University of Oklahoma Press, 2012. Hardcover. This is volume 34 in the Capaigns and Commanders series. "This book is the first comprehensive, multinational overview of military affairs during teh early Cold War, beginning with conflicts during World War II in Warsaw, Athens, and Saigon and ending with the Cuban Missile Crisis" (jacket). Fine in red cloth boards with silver title to spine. In illustrated dust jacket with red spine panel titled in white. Clean and bright. 546 pages. MIL/050919. Fine / Fine.
University Press of Kentucky, 2019. Hardcover. First edition. "This study begins in Haiti in 1915 and follows US Marine Corps aviation experiences in Nicaragua, the Dominican Republic, and China to chronicle how marines used aircraft to provide backup (via dive-bombing) to ground troops in close contact with guerrilla combatants, evacuate the sick and injured, transport people and cargo to assist humanitarian operations, and even support elections in futherance of democracy" (back cover). Fine in illustrated brown paper covered boards with white title to spine front board. Clean and bright. 420 pages. MIL/050819. Fine.