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Post by hailerpublishing » 21 Jan 2006 00:47

We have just reissued: "Recall to Inferno: Devil's Guard II" by George Robert Elford check it out at http://www.hailerpublishing.com

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Andreas Leandoer
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Post by Andreas Leandoer » 21 Jan 2006 09:54

I am a publisher from Sweden. Recently we published "Pansar i Vinterkriget 1939-40" by Maksym Kolomiets, a russian manuscript, and the first one we did were a rework of Rolf Michaelis "Esten in der Waffen SS" called "Estländare i tysk tjänst", english title "Estonians in german Service 1941-45."

We got 2 more titles coming up now, both about the Warsaw uprising.

Andreas Leandoer
http://www.leforlag.se

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Post by Tony Williams » 23 Jan 2006 05:28

Tony Williams wrote:Five books on military technology so far:

'Rapid Fire: the Development of Automatic Cannon, Heavy Machine Guns and their Ammunition for Armies, Navies and Air Forces'

'Flying Guns: Development of Aircraft Guns, Ammunition and Installations' in three volumes (co-authored with Emmanuel Gustin): World War 1 (1914-32); World War 2 (1933-45) and The Modern Era (since 1945).

'Assault Rifle: the Development of the Modern Military Rifle and its Ammunition' (co-authored with Maxim Popenker) which covers WW2 developments as well as those since.

Also, a novel of an alternative WW2 'The Foresight War'. This starts with the assumption that a British military historian from the present day wakes up one morning in 1934, with proof that he comes from the future. How might events happen differently? Especially if the same thing happened to a German historian...

Details of all books and how to get them are on my website, where I have also posted a lot of articles, many of them dealing with WW2 technology (especially guns and ammunition).


The Foresight War has collected a number of reviews, so I've posted them all here: http://www.quarry.nildram.co.uk/TFWreviews.htm

Tony Williams: Military gun and ammunition website and discussion forum

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Richard Hargreaves
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Post by Richard Hargreaves » 20 Feb 2006 20:21

Finally, you can add me to the list

http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/1844154475/fairshopping21-21/ref%3Dnosim/202-1692344-1744609

It's been a 14yr road to get to this point. And god knows how much money. Was it worth it? Well, I got a buzz when I saw myself on Amazon for the first time. :D

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Post by Tony Williams » 21 Feb 2006 08:52

Well done!

Tony Williams: Military gun and ammunition website and discussion forum

Andreas
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Post by Andreas » 21 Feb 2006 10:11

Congratulations Richard. I hope it sells well. Could you tell us what sources you used for the book?

All the best

Andreas

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Post by Richard Hargreaves » 21 Feb 2006 17:32

Thanks Andreas. People here and at Feldgrau have been hugely supportive and helpful.

The bibliography/sources is posted here

http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic.php?p=810585&highlight=#810585

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Post by Andreas » 21 Feb 2006 17:35

Thanks Richard

You have just sold a copy.

All the best

Andreas

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Post by Richard Hargreaves » 21 Feb 2006 17:48

Cheers Andreas. :D What sold it for you?

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Post by Andreas » 21 Feb 2006 18:05

Use of the German reports, phone logs, war diaries.

All the best

Andreas

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Post by Marcus » 13 Apr 2006 15:53

Two posts were split off into new threads as it says in the first post "This sticky is for posting information about books written by members of the forum."

/Marcus

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Mimi
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Hitler's madness

Post by Mimi » 23 Apr 2006 07:16

I have recently completed a website about Hitler, his life, his character, his ideas, that takes hundred of pages on the Net. It is very exhaustive and made of questions to each of one I bring an answer. Like "was Hitler a Socialist ?" And I try in a developped answer to adress the question. I tried to interest my publisher in Paris to this book but Anne Carriere said it was not for her house. It is in English and can be viewed here http://schikelgruber.net/. I wonder if anybody on this Forum who is a publisher would be interested in the publication of my work. thanks...
Michel

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My books

Post by Semenov » 12 May 2006 23:00

I am a historian from Russia. My books (Unfortunately only in Russian language):

New about SA-
http://www.bearbooks.ru/book.asp?id=526217

About W-SS -
http://www.slovobook.ru/newversion/look ... base=38958

Very old about foreign volunteers inthe W-SS -
http://www.ruslania.com/language-2/enti ... -5598.html

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Post by Potsdamerplatz » 11 Jul 2006 20:32

Is this thread for war books only?

I only ask because my book "SCOTLAND'S MURDERS" is to be published later this year (albeit only by a local printer in central Scotland).

I admit it's nothing fancy - no illustrations or photographs and it will only be bound in softbook magazine format (like the Readers' Digest)

I don't expect to make much money from this project but I wrote it because true crime is a subject that fascinates me and Scotland has the highest murder rate in Europe (per head of the population).

Most of the subjects you will probably never have heard of, although Luke Mitchell is featured (a recent case which sparked worldwide interest).

I will probably sell some copies on e-bay if sales are slow (it won't be terribly expensive) :wink:

I might not be the next Mark Yerger or Max Hastings, but I am proud that my work has been approved for publication and I have very much enjoyed writing the book which I am putting the finishing touches to over the new few months.

Coming to a 99p ($1) bargain bin at your local bookstore soon. :lol:

Best regards

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NEW BOOK==> Waffenrock: Parade Uniforms of the German Ar

Post by ngs3 » 12 Jul 2006 15:07

New from Roger Bender:

Both Tim Curley and I, as authors, received our advance copies this week. I finished reading mine--cover to cover--yesterday. The "in the flesh" book is stunning in its beauty.

Tim and I set out to establish a new standard for these books and our goal has been achieved. 100% color, all 592 pages. Every Waffenfarbe represented, officer, NCO and enlisted examples--plus great detail photos--it is all there. And despite the destruction of the Army Clothing office records: we have official design documants including drawings and tailor instructions.

The books are expected to arrive in San Jose soon. This is a book for anyone who likes uniforms.

Thanks,

Neil Stewart, coauthor Waffenrock: Parade Uniforms of the German Army
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