Pictorial Histories -Aviation/ Military/continued: page 3

This Is Latch - The Story of Roy F. Hoffmann
by Weymouth D. Symmes

    Roy F. Hoffmann enlisted in the U.S. Navy in World War II, was called back to serve when the Korean War broke out, and was aboard the USS Pirate (AM 275) when it struck a mine and sank in less than four minutes in Wonsan Harbor.
6x 9, 544 pgs., 162 photos, maps, 60 plus interviews, full color hb.  $29.95 ISBN 978-1-57510-137-8

Super Marine
The Sgt. Orland D. "Buddy"  Jones Story
by Ken Hechler

Individual portraits of "The Greatest Generation" now number in the hundreds, but this work by Ken Hechler goes right to the top. From a combination of extraordinary research and liberal use of letters, unfold a story more powerful for its understatement about a boy turned Marine and his family at once ordinary and extraordinary.
Richard B. Frank, author of Guadalcanal and The End of the Imperial Empire
7x10, 155 pgs., 49 photos, maps sb. $14.95  ISBN 978-1-57510-135-4

Forgotten Fields Of America
Volume IV
World War II Bases and Training Then and Now
by Lou Thole

    This volume and the three that precede it give an overview of the buildup of the Army Air Forces just before and during World War II. It's a wonderful story, full of everything that make Americans proud. It's also a sad story because many of the young men and women who trained and served at these fields and then went overseas, never came back. Some made the supreme sacrifice without ever leaving their training base. Almost 15,000 young men were killed in air crew training during the war.
8-1/2x 11, 144 pg..,  260 photos, hb. $21.95  ISBN 978-1-57510-132-3


Forgotten Fields Of America - Volume III

World War II Bases and Training Then and Now

by Lou Thole

This book, and the two preceding it, tell a story that is largely forgotten in the history of the United States Air Force. Actually, it's a story within a story, one that takes place during the finest and most difficult period in American history. It is a magnificent chapter in our past because of the results achieved when Americans came together as never before to face and defeat a common enemy. Starting from scratch, and largely unencumbered by governmental red tape and partisan politics, America built the foundation for the greatest aerial force the world has ever seen.

8-1/2x11, 194 pgs., 268 photos, hb.  $21.95  ISBN 1-57510-102-5

This title is out of print
Forgotten Fields of America

by Lou Thole

World War II Bases and Training THEN and NOW

8-1/2x11, sb. $19.95 ISBN 1-57510-010-X

Forgotten Fields of America
Volume II

by Lou Thole

World War II Bases and Training THEN and NOW

8-1/2x11, sb. $21.95 ISBN 1-57510-051-7

V For Victory Collectibles

by Martin S. Jacobs

Soon after America entered WWII, patriotism reached a fever pitch. V for Victory Collectibles illustrates pieces of our heritage of thousands of Victory keepsake items.
8-1/2x11, 88pgs., sb. $14.95 ISBN 1-57510-089-4

Final Cut

by Scott A. Thompson

The Post-War B-17 Flying Fortress: The Survivors

After over 50 years, the era of the B-17 is finally drawing to a close.

8-1/2x11, 212 pgs., 275 photos, sb. $18.95 ISBN 0-929521-32-3

Enemy on Island, Issue in Doubt

by Stan Cohen

The Capture of Wake Island, December 1941

The heroic defense of Wake Island in the chaotic days of December 1941 was an inspiration to all Americans.

8-1/2x11, 116 pgs., 180 photos, sb. $21.95 ISBN 0-933126-39-5

Ghost Fleet of Truk Lagoon

by William H. Stewart

An Account of 'Operation Hailstone,' February 1944

The site of a major Japanese naval base in February 1944, today a skin divers mecca of sunken ships.

7x10, 142 pgs., 60 photos & maps, 3 pgs. color, sb. $12.95 IBSN 0-933126-66-2

The World, Portsmouth, and the Twenty-Second Coast Artillery

by Jack P. Wysong

The War Years 1938-1948

The World War II defenses of the Portsmouth, New Hampshire area.

8-1/2x11, 112 pgs., photos, sb $9.95 ISBN 1-57510-030-4

America's Fighting Railroads

by Don DeNevi

A World War II Pictorial History

A graphic appreciation of the patriotic and effective endeavor by railroad management, railroad employees, shippers and government agencies that cooperated with those railroads.

8-1/2x11, 144 pgs., 153 photos, four color pgs. sb. $14.95 ISBN 1-57510-001-0

The Bridge at Remagen

by Ken Hechler

The Amazing Story of March 7, 1945 - The Day the Rhine River was Crossed over 70 photos, a chapter on the making of the movie. The story of the capture of the Remagen Bridge by U.S. Forces.

7x10, 232 pgs., sb. $12.95 ISBN 0-929521-79-X

A Glorious Page in Our History

contributors: Robert J. Cressman, Steve Ewing, Barrett Tillman, Mark Horan, Clark Reynolds and Stan Cohen

The Battle of Midway 4-6 June 1942. The photos with their detailed captions set this book apart.

8-1/2x11, 240 pgs., over 300 photos, maps, sb. $16.95 ISBN 0-929521-40-4

To Win the War

From the collections of: Gary Skoloff, Martin Jacobs, Jack Matthews, Jim Osborne, Ken Fleck, Merv Bloch and Stan Cohen

Homefront Memorabilia of World War II. A companion volume to V for Victory.

8-1/2x11, 184 pgs., over 700 color items, sb. $29.95 ISBN 1-57500-000-2

Coke Goes To War

by V. Dennis Wrynn

8-1/2x11, 80 pgs. of WWII coke ads, sb. $9.95 ISBN 1-57510-016-9

No Longer Silent

edited by C. LeRoy Anderson, Joanne R. Anderson and Yunosuka Ohkura

World-Wide Memories of the Children of World War II autobiographic essays

A book about war that is dedicated to peace.

11x81\2,370 pgs.,125 photos,SB. $22.95 ISBN 1-57510-003-7

Toys Go To War

by Jack Matthews

World War II Military toys, games, puzzles and books

11x8-1/2, 272 pgs., hundreds of b/w and color photos, sb. $29.95 ISBN 0-929521-95-1

Artillery at the Golden Gate

by Brian Chin

The Harbor Defenses of San Francisco in World War II

This book recreates the atmosphere of wartime San Francisco and recounts in vivid detail the life of the "concrete soldiers," the U.S. Army coast artillerymen, stationed there.

8-1/2x11, 170 pgs., 170 photos, sb. $14.95 ISBN 0-929521-85-4

Seacoast Cannon Coloring Book

by Brian B. Chin

This detailed picture book shows how seacoast cannon once protected American shores.

8-1/2x11, 48 pgs., sb. $3.95 ISBN 1-57510-015-0

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