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Washington, D.C. National Defense University, 1991. First Edition. Trade Paperback.
First edition. Top page ridge foxed.
xxiii, 408 pp. CONTENTS: Foreword; Acknowledgments; Introduction; C3I in Crisis Management; Communications; Improving C3I; C3I and Organizational Structure; Intelligence--The Eyes of C3I; Appendices: Seminar Speakers; Presenters and Presentations; Index.
New York: Columbia University Press, 1998. 1st Printing. Trade Paperback.
First printing. Minor general wear.
xviii, 470 pp. Until now, there has been no detailed account of Israel's nuclear history. Previous treatments of the subject relied heavily on rumors, leaks, and journalistic speculations. But with Israel and the Bomb, Avner.....
New York: Ballantine Books, 1974. First Edition. Trade Paperback.
Frist edition. Pages toned.
159 pp. A treatise of 1887 dismissed hand grenades as relics; mortars, too, received small praise. yet both were to be resurrected with devasting effect. Within thirty years more hand grenades would be hurled in one week.....
New York: Crescent Books, New York, 1983. 1st Printing. Large Hardcover.
1st printing. Jacket lightly rubbed, faint foxing to page ridge.
208 pp. Over 300 color and black & white photographs, over 80 maps, diagrams, charts and tables. CONTENTS: Introduction; What is Intelligence'; The World's Intelligence Organizations; The Worldwide Intelligence.....
London: BPC Publishing, 1973. Large Softcover.
This book traces for the specialist and non-specialist alike, the major weaponry developments in World War I and World War II. The text is complemented throughout by color and black and white action photographs, and detailed color drawings.
London: Aurum History, 2013. 1st Printing. Trade Paperback.
First printing. A fine copy.
354 pp. The men and women of the ‘Y’ (for Wireless’) Service were sent out across the world to run listening stations from Gibraltar to Cairo, intercepting the German military’s encrypted messages for decoding back at the.....
New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2000. 6th Printing. Trade Paperback.
Sixth printing. Spine base bumped.
x, 422 pp. Winston Churchill called the cracking of the German Enigma Code “the secret weapon that won the war.” Now, for the first time, noted British journalist Hugh-Sebag-Montefiore reveals the complete story of.....
Washington, D.C. Government Printing Office, 1908. Small Hard Cover.
No jacket. ink name on front paste-down endpaper, light water damage.
231 pp. Tan boards with gilt titles on front board. Illustrated with charts and diagrams. CONTENTS: Introduction; Definitions; Preliminary Drills for Rifle; Rifle Range Practice; The Pistol; Classification: Figure of.....
Paris: E. Desfosses-Neogravure, 1944. Cave, Lucien. Second Edition. Stapled Binding.
Second edition. Wrappers & pages toned, 2 inch tear to spine head.
35 pp. French text. Black & white photographs, drawings, and specifications of various military aircraft, published during World War II and designed to aid in the identification of.....
Paris: E. Desfosses-Neogravure, 1945. Cave, Lucien. Stapled Binding.
Front wrapper loose but included, edges rubbed, 1/2 inch chip from back corner, 2 inch tears to spine head & foot.
34 pp. French text. Black & white photographs, drawings, and specifications of various military aircraft, published during World War II and.....
Washington, D.C. War Department, 1941. Soft Cover.
Ink name on front wrapper of both volumes, page ridges lightly foxed on "Technical Manual Airplane Hydraulic Systems and Miscellaneous Equipment, October 20, 1941."
106; 12 pp. 2 volume set. CONTENTS: Hydraulic Principles; Hydraulic System Units; Airplane Hydraulic Systems; Inspection of Hydraulic Systems;.....
Warrendale, Pennsylvania: Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 1995. 1st Printing. Hard Cover.
First printing. Jacket spine faded.
xvi, 426 pp. While it took the demands of two World Wars to bring aviation into acceptance by the general public, it was a relative handful of engineers, entrepreneurs, and pilots who positioned.....