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Target Saigon 1973-75 Volume 1 The Pretence of Peace ISBN : 9781911512349 Helion & Company via Casemate UK It was thought that following the signing of the Paris Peace accord in January 1973 would end the war in Vietnam. However the North Vietnamese had fallen short of their main objective of destroying the South Vietnamese Army and removing the regime from Saigon. The US had agreed to withdraw and exchange prisoners, however the leadership in the North were committed to the complete overthrow of the South and not just the peace which had been agreed.
Godoy's Army - Spanish Regiments and Uniforms 1800 ISBN : 9781911512653 Helion and Company via Casemate UK This book looks at Regiments and Uniforms from the Spanish Military of 1800. It is based on an extremely rare (but incomplete) illustrated copy of the Spanish Order of Battle from 1800. Almost every regiment of the Spanish Army is represented and all the colour plates are A4 in size. The text includes an introduction to Spanish Army in the time period leading upto the Peninsular War. The author Prof Esdailenis the UKs leading expert on the Peninsu
The Iran-Iraq War Volume 1: The Battle For Khuzestan, September 1980-May 1982 by E.R. Hooton, Tom Cooper, Farzin Nadimi, published by Helion and Company On 16th January 1979, Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi left Iran for good, thus cementing the revolution that had sought to topple his failing regime and paving the way for foundation of the Islamic Republic of Iran under the rule of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. Fearing the destablising effect of the Iranian Revolution on Iraq, Saddam Hussian made the decison to invade Iran, sparking the longest unin
Tigers In Combat III Helion via Casemate UK The Tiger was ordered by German High Command in 1942 after the Panzer IV found its nemesis in the shape of the Russian T-34, and through a relatively short gestation period it emerged soon after as a lumbering behemoth that seemed imperious to enemy fire, and quickly gained a reputation on the battlefield and every Allied tanker that survived being "brewed up" was taken out by a Tiger. This new book from Helion Publishing is the third in a series of weighty tomes from author Wolfgang Schneider, who served in t