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America’s Victories (Paperback) $21.00

America’s Victories (Paperback)

America’s Victories (Paperback)

In America’s Victories, Professor Larry Schweikart restores the truth about our amazing military heritage.  Just as he did in his acclaimed previous book, A Patriot’s History of the United States, Professor Schweikart cuts through the distortions passed along by academia and the media.  Schweikart examines the role media has played in helping our armed forces, how it might be hurting them, but how we can win.
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America’s Victories (Paperback)

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In America’s Victories, Professor Larry Schweikart restores the truth about our amazing military heritage.  Just as he did in his acclaimed previous book, A Patriot’s History of the United States, Professor Schweikart cuts through the distortions passed along by academia and the media.  Schweikart examines the role media has played in helping our armed forces, how it might be hurting them, but how we can win.
America’s Victories – ebook $9.99

America’s Victories – ebook

America’s Victories – ebook

In America’s Victories, Professor Larry Schweikart restores the truth about our amazing military heritage.  Just as he did in his acclaimed previous book, A Patriot’s History of the United States, Professor Schweikart cuts through the distortions passed along by academia and the media.  Please unzip after downloading
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In America’s Victories, Professor Larry Schweikart restores the truth about our amazing military heritage.  Just as he did in his acclaimed previous book, A Patriot’s History of the United States, Professor Schweikart cuts through the distortions passed along by academia and the media.  Please unzip after downloading
The Polish Army in 1939 by Vincent Rospond $40.00

The Polish Army in 1939 by Vincent Rospond

The Polish Army in 1939 by Vincent Rospond

The Polish Army in 1939 examines the September Campaign showing the background, organization and planning of the Army that faced the German and Soviet forces in the early days of World War II.  Despite the short duration of the campaign, the Polish forces inflicted more casualties on the Germans then they would incur until mid-1940.  The equipment and vehicles used to defend Poland are shown in detail with black and white and color photographs.  In addition to a detailed order of battles there are short biographies of some of the key Polish commanders.  This book contains over 200 illustrations and maps in 175 pages of color.

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The Polish Army in 1939 by Vincent Rospond

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The Polish Army in 1939 examines the September Campaign showing the background, organization and planning of the Army that faced the German and Soviet forces in the early days of World War II.  Despite the short duration of the campaign, the Polish forces inflicted more casualties on the Germans then they would incur until mid-1940.  The equipment and vehicles used to defend Poland are shown in detail with black and white and color photographs.  In addition to a detailed order of battles there are short biographies of some of the key Polish commanders.  This book contains over 200 illustrations and maps in 175 pages of color.

“A Matter of Honour” by Zachary Twamley $16.00

“A Matter of Honour” by Zachary Twamley

“A Matter of Honour” by Zachary Twamley

A Matter of Honor: Britain and the First World War

Zachary Twamley, the host of the popular, When Diplomacy Fails podcast explores the role “Honour” played in Britain’s entry into World War I.  The decision to enter the war in conjunction with France and Russia in 1914 was no a foregone conclusion.  There were pro’s and con’s within the government to enter the war – and the German invasion of Belgium was not the final push to get Britain to declare war on Germany.  Zach examines “Honor”, as was passed down from Victorian to Edwardian England as its role in the government’s final decision.  Based on his award winning paper and his podcast, Zach explores the one of the factors that led to Britain’s road to war.

This book contains one map and seven photographs

Find out more about Zach and his podcast, When Diplomacy Fails at:  http://wdfpodcast.com/

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“A Matter of Honour” by Zachary Twamley

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A Matter of Honor: Britain and the First World War

Zachary Twamley, the host of the popular, When Diplomacy Fails podcast explores the role “Honour” played in Britain’s entry into World War I.  The decision to enter the war in conjunction with France and Russia in 1914 was no a foregone conclusion.  There were pro’s and con’s within the government to enter the war – and the German invasion of Belgium was not the final push to get Britain to declare war on Germany.  Zach examines “Honor”, as was passed down from Victorian to Edwardian England as its role in the government’s final decision.  Based on his award winning paper and his podcast, Zach explores the one of the factors that led to Britain’s road to war.

This book contains one map and seven photographs

Find out more about Zach and his podcast, When Diplomacy Fails at:  http://wdfpodcast.com/

“A Matter of Honour” by Zachary Twamley (E-book) $9.99

“A Matter of Honour” by Zachary Twamley (E-book)

“A Matter of Honour” by Zachary Twamley (E-book)

A Matter of Honor: Britain and the First World War

Zachary Twamley, the host of the popular, When Diplomacy Fails podcast explores the role “Honour” played in Britain’s entry into World War I.  The decision to enter the war in conjunction with France and Russia in 1914 was no a foregone conclusion.  There were pro’s and con’s within the government to enter the war – and the German invasion of Belgium was not the final push to get Britain to declare war on Germany.  Zach examines “Honor”, as was passed down from Victorian to Edwardian England as its role in the government’s final decision.  Based on his award winning paper and his podcast, Zach explores the one of the factors that led to Britain’s road to war.

This book contains one map and seven photographs

Find out more about Zach and his podcast, When Diplomacy Fails at:  http://wdfpodcast.com/

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“A Matter of Honour” by Zachary Twamley (E-book)

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A Matter of Honor: Britain and the First World War

Zachary Twamley, the host of the popular, When Diplomacy Fails podcast explores the role “Honour” played in Britain’s entry into World War I.  The decision to enter the war in conjunction with France and Russia in 1914 was no a foregone conclusion.  There were pro’s and con’s within the government to enter the war – and the German invasion of Belgium was not the final push to get Britain to declare war on Germany.  Zach examines “Honor”, as was passed down from Victorian to Edwardian England as its role in the government’s final decision.  Based on his award winning paper and his podcast, Zach explores the one of the factors that led to Britain’s road to war.

This book contains one map and seven photographs

Find out more about Zach and his podcast, When Diplomacy Fails at:  http://wdfpodcast.com/

The Imperial Russian Cavalry (original printing) $15.00

The Imperial Russian Cavalry (original printing)

The Imperial Russian Cavalry (original printing)

The Imperial Russian Cavalry by Vladimir A Emmanuel

6.5 high by 10 wide.  Full color  $15

Russian Cavalry 1914

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We have acquired a quantity of the printing of this privately published work on the Russian cavalry of 1914. The author, Vladimir A. Emmanuel was an officer in the Crimean Horse Regiment, fought in World War I, the Russian Civil War and was evacuated to Yugoslavia in 1920 where he painted these representations of Russian cavalry regiments he served in or along side with. This 68 page book contains ninety-six (96) full color illustrations of the various regiments in the Tsar’s armies when war broke out in 1914. We offer this edition of the book at a special price of $15. The copies offered here were printed in 1984. The text is is Russian and English

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The Imperial Russian Cavalry (original printing)

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We have acquired a quantity of the printing of this privately published work on the Russian cavalry of 1914. The author, Vladimir A. Emmanuel was an officer in the Crimean Horse Regiment, fought in World War I, the Russian Civil War and was evacuated to Yugoslavia in 1920 where he painted these representations of Russian cavalry regiments he served in or along side with. This 68 page book contains ninety-six (96) full color illustrations of the various regiments in the Tsar’s armies when war broke out in 1914. We offer this edition of the book at a special price of $15. The copies offered here were printed in 1984. The text is is Russian and English
Russian Imperial Cavalry in 1914 (E-book) $10.99

Russian Imperial Cavalry in 1914 (E-book)

Russian Imperial Cavalry in 1914 (E-book)

The Russian Imperial Cavalry in 1914 by Vladimir Emmanuel

Pages: 125        Price: $10.99

ISBN: 978-1-62018-124-9    Available Now

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Based on the drawings of Vladimir Emmanuel, this ebook provides a representation of all the regiments of the Imperial Russian Cavalry in 1914. This edition is based on an original 1986 private printing, but includes more information on the history, organization and ranks of the period. This contains over 100 hand crafted illustrations and an order of battle for the Russian cavalry. The text includes portion written by fellow Russian officers who fought in the line and Cossack cavalry. Vladimir Alexandrovich Emmanuel, the eldest son of Alexander Nikolaievich Emmanuel (Colonel of the Crimean Horse Regiment of Her Sovereign Majesty Empress Alexandra Feodorovna) and Leonida Alexandrovna (nee Dluzshevski), was born on September 7, 1896. He was a descendant of a noble family of Austro-Hungarian origin, which entered Russian military service in 1797, with his great-great-grandfather, General George Emmanuel, fighting against Napoleon in the War of 1812. Vladimir Emmanuel graduated from the Cadet Corps of the Grand Duke Konstantin Konstantinovich in Odessa, just as World War I was declared, and went to complete an accelerated course of the Corps of Pages and on April 14, 1915, he was promoted to Coronet and three days later he joined the active Crimean Horse Regiment. He fought throughout World War I and the Russian Civil War, was wounded several times and was awards several medals for bravery in both conflicts. In 1920, he was evacuated from the Crimea in the waning days of the Russian Civil War and eventually settled in Yugoslavia. It was during his stay in Yugoslavia that he painted the figures of the Russian cavalry he had known so well. In 1945, he was evacuated to Austria and then immigrated to the United States in 1949, where he lived in Vineland, NJ. He died on January 4, 1983, at the age of 86

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Russian Imperial Cavalry in 1914 (E-book)

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Based on the drawings of Vladimir Emmanuel, this ebook provides a representation of all the regiments of the Imperial Russian Cavalry in 1914. This edition is based on an original 1986 private printing, but includes more information on the history, organization and ranks of the period. This contains over 100 hand crafted illustrations and an order of battle for the Russian cavalry. The text includes portion written by fellow Russian officers who fought in the line and Cossack cavalry. Vladimir Alexandrovich Emmanuel, the eldest son of Alexander Nikolaievich Emmanuel (Colonel of the Crimean Horse Regiment of Her Sovereign Majesty Empress Alexandra Feodorovna) and Leonida Alexandrovna (nee Dluzshevski), was born on September 7, 1896. He was a descendant of a noble family of Austro-Hungarian origin, which entered Russian military service in 1797, with his great-great-grandfather, General George Emmanuel, fighting against Napoleon in the War of 1812. Vladimir Emmanuel graduated from the Cadet Corps of the Grand Duke Konstantin Konstantinovich in Odessa, just as World War I was declared, and went to complete an accelerated course of the Corps of Pages and on April 14, 1915, he was promoted to Coronet and three days later he joined the active Crimean Horse Regiment. He fought throughout World War I and the Russian Civil War, was wounded several times and was awards several medals for bravery in both conflicts. In 1920, he was evacuated from the Crimea in the waning days of the Russian Civil War and eventually settled in Yugoslavia. It was during his stay in Yugoslavia that he painted the figures of the Russian cavalry he had known so well. In 1945, he was evacuated to Austria and then immigrated to the United States in 1949, where he lived in Vineland, NJ. He died on January 4, 1983, at the age of 86
The Imperial Russian Cavalry in 1914 (New Printing) $40.00

The Imperial Russian Cavalry in 1914 (New Printing)

The Imperial Russian Cavalry in 1914 (New Printing)

The Imperial Russian Cavalry by Vladimir A Emmanuel

ISBN 978-0-9889532-2-2   May 2013

Full color  $40

Russian Cavalry 1914

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The author, Vladimir A. Emmanuel was an officer in the Crimean Horse Regiment, fought in World War I, the Russian Civil War and was evacuated to Yugoslavia in 1920 where he painted these representations of Russian cavalry regiments he served in or along side with. The 126 page book contains over 100 full color illustrations of the various regiments in the Tsar”s armies when war broke out in 1914. It includes two magnificent sections on the line cavalry and Cossack written by officers who served in their ranks. This is a revised and updated printing that includes orders of battle, information on ranks and each regiment shown on its own.

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The Imperial Russian Cavalry in 1914 (New Printing)

$40.00
The author, Vladimir A. Emmanuel was an officer in the Crimean Horse Regiment, fought in World War I, the Russian Civil War and was evacuated to Yugoslavia in 1920 where he painted these representations of Russian cavalry regiments he served in or along side with. The 126 page book contains over 100 full color illustrations of the various regiments in the Tsar”s armies when war broke out in 1914. It includes two magnificent sections on the line cavalry and Cossack written by officers who served in their ranks. This is a revised and updated printing that includes orders of battle, information on ranks and each regiment shown on its own.