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The Polish Army in 1775 $30.00

The Polish Army in 1775

The Polish Army in 1775

The Polish Army in 1775 by Gabriel Raspe

Paperback ▪ 978-0-9889532-4-6 ▪ November 2013 ▪ $30 ▪ 178 pp

 

Gabriel Raspe published a book in the 1780’s on the Polish-Lithuanian Army of 1775 illustrating the various units and detailing their organization.  The army illustrated in this book existed between the First Partition of Poland and the one that fought against the Russians prior to the Second Partition. It provides a valuable link between the pre-partition Commonwealth Army and the troops that fought in defense of the Constitution of 1791.

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Gabriel Raspe published a book in the 1780’s on the Polish-Lithuanian Army of 1775 illustrating the various units and detailing their organization. The army illustrated in this book existed between the First Partition of Poland and the one that fought against the Russians prior to the Second Partition. It provides a valuable link between the pre-partition Commonwealth Army and the troops that fought in defense of the Constitution of 1791.

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The Polish Army in 1775

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Gabriel Raspe published a book in the 1780’s on the Polish-Lithuanian Army of 1775 illustrating the various units and detailing their organization. The army illustrated in this book existed between the First Partition of Poland and the one that fought against the Russians prior to the Second Partition. It provides a valuable link between the pre-partition Commonwealth Army and the troops that fought in defense of the Constitution of 1791.
Orphan Eagles: Polish Armies of the Napoleonic Wars $30.00

Orphan Eagles: Polish Armies of the Napoleonic Wars

Orphan Eagles: Polish Armies of the Napoleonic Wars

Orphan Eagles begins on the plains of Italy to the fields at Waterloo the Polish troops in Napoleon’s armies fought for the Emperor and the hope of restoring their ancient homeland.  This book contains over 175 illustrations, most in color describing the men, arms, uniforms and battles of the Polish troops during the years 1796 – 1815. The most complete book on the Polish Armies of the Napoleonic Wars available in English.  It includes a list of every battle the troops took part in and several useful maps.

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Orphan Eagles: Polish Armies of the Napoleonic Wars

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Orphan Eagles begins on the plains of Italy to the fields at Waterloo the Polish troops in Napoleon’s armies fought for the Emperor and the hope of restoring their ancient homeland.  This book contains over 175 illustrations, most in color describing the men, arms, uniforms and battles of the Polish troops during the years 1796 – 1815. The most complete book on the Polish Armies of the Napoleonic Wars available in English.  It includes a list of every battle the troops took part in and several useful maps.

Battles Before Gunpowder by Joe Krone $30.00

Battles Before Gunpowder by Joe Krone

Battles Before Gunpowder by Joe Krone

Thirty battles from Attila to the War of the Roses provide the reader a map of the battle, the details, the composition of the armies and bios of the commanders – all illustrated with miniatures soldiers.  A paperback book covering battles across Europe from Portugal to Russia by the author of Land of the Free.  A must for anyone interested in the medieval period.

Joe Krone is an avid historical enthusiast and brought his passion to the wargaming industry early in his career. He worked for Games Workshop as a promotions and marketing manager for over six years and spent five years managing events for Battlefront Miniatures. His experiences in both the science-fiction/fantasy and historical markets have given him a broad understanding of world events and there connection to tabletop wargaming. Joe has written several articles for White Dwarf magazine and Wargames Illustrated, contributed to the 3rd Edition Flames of War rulebook and authored Osprey Publishing’s Land of the Free. Born in Hartford, Connecticut he now resides in Atlanta, Georgia working as a Director of Recruiting for an executive search firm.

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Battles Before Gunpowder by Joe Krone

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Thirty battles from Attila to the War of the Roses provide the reader a map of the battle, the details, the composition of the armies and bios of the commanders – all illustrated with miniatures soldiers.  A paperback book covering battles across Europe from Portugal to Russia by the author of Land of the Free.  A must for anyone interested in the medieval period.

Joe Krone is an avid historical enthusiast and brought his passion to the wargaming industry early in his career. He worked for Games Workshop as a promotions and marketing manager for over six years and spent five years managing events for Battlefront Miniatures. His experiences in both the science-fiction/fantasy and historical markets have given him a broad understanding of world events and there connection to tabletop wargaming. Joe has written several articles for White Dwarf magazine and Wargames Illustrated, contributed to the 3rd Edition Flames of War rulebook and authored Osprey Publishing’s Land of the Free. Born in Hartford, Connecticut he now resides in Atlanta, Georgia working as a Director of Recruiting for an executive search firm.

The Late Roman Army (Esposito/Rava) $30.00

The Late Roman Army (Esposito/Rava)

The Late Roman Army (Esposito/Rava)

The Late Roman Army combines the research of Gabriele Esposito with the illustrations of Giuseppe Rava, to cover the period  from the ascension of Diocletian to the Fall of the west in the 5th century.  This volume contains over 70 illustrations, four maps and several diagrams, including shield designs from the Notitia Dignitatum, including the list of all the units covered in this document.  There is an outline of the history of the period, the organization and battles of the period from 284 to 476.  At 169 pages – all in full color- this is a great handy reference for students, painters and modelers.

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The Late Roman Army (Esposito/Rava)

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The Late Roman Army combines the research of Gabriele Esposito with the illustrations of Giuseppe Rava, to cover the period  from the ascension of Diocletian to the Fall of the west in the 5th century.  This volume contains over 70 illustrations, four maps and several diagrams, including shield designs from the Notitia Dignitatum, including the list of all the units covered in this document.  There is an outline of the history of the period, the organization and battles of the period from 284 to 476.  At 169 pages – all in full color- this is a great handy reference for students, painters and modelers.

MAKING GEORGIA HOWL! The 5th Ohio Cavalry in Kilpatrick’s Campaign and the Diary of Sgt. William H. Harding (Hardcover) $35.00

MAKING GEORGIA HOWL! The 5th Ohio Cavalry in Kilpatrick’s Campaign and the Diary of Sgt. William H. Harding (Hardcover)

MAKING GEORGIA HOWL! The 5th Ohio Cavalry in Kilpatrick’s Campaign and the Diary of Sgt. William H. Harding (Hardcover)

By Dave Dougherty

American Civil War

Making Georgia Howl! The 5th Ohio Volunteer Cavalry Regiment fought over three years, from March 1862 to General Johnson’s surrender in April 1865.  It played a major role in Kilpatrick’s Cavalry Corps on Sherman’s March to the Sea; told as an overview of operations and through the diary of Sergeant William H. Harding.

Confederate histories have often reported the regiment decimated and defeated in every battle, but this study presents the truth of the matter for the first time.  Fighting in Judson Kilpatrick’s 3rd Cavalry Division during Sherman’s campaign through Georgia and the Carolina’s doing everything that could be expected of them and acquitted themselves honorably against the Confederate commanders – Joseph Wheeler and Wade Hampton.

This volume is the definitive study of the 5th Ohio and Kilpatrick’s campaign in Sherman’s army from Atlanta to the end of the war.  Bonuses include the diary and letters of Commissary Sergeant William H. Harding present in Company K of the 5th OVC from August 1862 to July 1865.Forty maps of hard to find battles and over thirty-five photos and illustrations.

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MAKING GEORGIA HOWL! The 5th Ohio Cavalry in Kilpatrick’s Campaign and the Diary of Sgt. William H. Harding (Hardcover)

$35.00

By Dave Dougherty

American Civil War

Making Georgia Howl! The 5th Ohio Volunteer Cavalry Regiment fought over three years, from March 1862 to General Johnson’s surrender in April 1865.  It played a major role in Kilpatrick’s Cavalry Corps on Sherman’s March to the Sea; told as an overview of operations and through the diary of Sergeant William H. Harding.

Confederate histories have often reported the regiment decimated and defeated in every battle, but this study presents the truth of the matter for the first time.  Fighting in Judson Kilpatrick’s 3rd Cavalry Division during Sherman’s campaign through Georgia and the Carolina’s doing everything that could be expected of them and acquitted themselves honorably against the Confederate commanders – Joseph Wheeler and Wade Hampton.

This volume is the definitive study of the 5th Ohio and Kilpatrick’s campaign in Sherman’s army from Atlanta to the end of the war.  Bonuses include the diary and letters of Commissary Sergeant William H. Harding present in Company K of the 5th OVC from August 1862 to July 1865.Forty maps of hard to find battles and over thirty-five photos and illustrations.

Crossroads of the Revolution by William Kidder (HC) $34.00

Crossroads of the Revolution by William Kidder (HC)

Crossroads of the Revolution by William Kidder (HC)

From our friends at Knox Press, this is the history of Trenton during the American Revolution.

Exhaustively researched and beautifully written, this is the story of revolutionary Trenton, NJ, both a critical supply post and a crucial junction halfway between loyalist New York, and patriot Philadelphia.  Between 1774 and 1783, Trenton is a microcosm of the challenges faced by ordinary Americans during the revolution.  Struggles intensified by Trenton’s geographic location in the state which saw more military activity than others and on a road constantly used to move and supply armies.  Life in Trenton connected to just about every aspect of the revolution. This is the story of the people who lived in Trenton, or who spent time there because of the revolution, helps us better understand the hitherto untold importance of their town beyond the one well known day of battle.

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Crossroads of the Revolution by William Kidder (HC)

$34.00

From our friends at Knox Press, this is the history of Trenton during the American Revolution.

Exhaustively researched and beautifully written, this is the story of revolutionary Trenton, NJ, both a critical supply post and a crucial junction halfway between loyalist New York, and patriot Philadelphia.  Between 1774 and 1783, Trenton is a microcosm of the challenges faced by ordinary Americans during the revolution.  Struggles intensified by Trenton’s geographic location in the state which saw more military activity than others and on a road constantly used to move and supply armies.  Life in Trenton connected to just about every aspect of the revolution. This is the story of the people who lived in Trenton, or who spent time there because of the revolution, helps us better understand the hitherto untold importance of their town beyond the one well known day of battle.