Submarines The Essential Naval Identification Guide by David Ross, Amber Books offers a highly illustrated guide to all the main classes of submarines to be used in naval warfare from the beginning of World War I to the present day.
Battleships and Aircraft Carriers 1900–Present, Amber Books, features 150 of the most significant battleships and aircraft carriers from the twentieth century. Each featured ship is illustrated with an outstanding colour profile artwork and is accompanied by detailed specifications, giving powerplant, dimensions, maximum speed, range and armament.
The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Weapons of World War II is an easy-to-read illustrated compendium of the military hardware – from air, sea or land – which was used in engagements around the globe from 1939 to 1945. It includes more than 1500 pieces of equipment from handguns to aircraft carriers. Each weapon system is illustrated with a detailed profile artwork and a photograph showing the weapons system in service.
Berlin: The Final Reckoning April 1945 [New Edition], Amber Books Ltd. In April 1945, the final dramatic act of World War II in Europe was played out in Germany’s capital city. Berlin: The Final Reckoning is the comprehensive history of the last battle of Nazi Germany, which would see the virtual destruction of a city, and the eventual suicide of Adolf Hitler.
Submarines 1940–Present: Weapons of War, Amber Books, features 150 of the most significant submarines from World War II to the twenty-first century. Each featured submarine is illustrated with an outstanding colour profile artwork and is accompanied by detailed specifications, giving powerplant, dimensions, maximum speed, range and armament.
The Essential Identification Guide: Small Arms 1914–45 by Michael E Haskew, Amber Books, is the definitive study of the small arms equipment of warring nations across both world wars. Organised by conflict and within each war by front, the book describes in depth the various models in service with each force.
With the aid of 116 extraordinarily detailed and accurate line drawings illustrating the interior fittings and fixtures, Technical Drawings of Aircraft of World War II shows how a wide selection of classic military aircraft were constructed. From the Messerschmitt Bf109k-4 to the North American B-25 Mitchell, the book is an invaluable reference guide for anyone interested in how classic aircraft worked, or modellers looking for an accurate reference.