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Image for JUST WAR   The Just War Tradition: Ethics in Modern Warfare

JUST WAR The Just War Tradition: Ethics in Modern Warfare

By: Guthrie Charles, Quinlan Michael

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Bloomsbury, London, 2007

Edition: 1st Edition


Just War traces the origin and nature of the tradition from its roots in Christian thinking and provides a clear summary of its principles, which are accessible to all beliefs.Drawing examples from Kosovo, Afghanistan and the wars in Iraq, Charles Guthrie and Michael Quinlan look at the key concepts in relation to modern armed conflict. View more info

Image for SPECIAL FORCES IN ACTION   Afghanistan, Africa, Balkans, Iraz, South America

SPECIAL FORCES IN ACTION Afghanistan, Africa, Balkans, Iraz, South America

By: Stilwell Alexander

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Amber Books, UK, 2007

Edition: 1st Edition


Detailed coverage of major special forces operations from the last 15 years including the 1991 Gulf War, Somalia, Sierra Leone, the Balkans, Afghanistan and the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Illustrated with over 100 rare black and white and colour photographs of special forces soldiers in action. View more info

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SS; HELL ON THE WESTERN FRONT The Waffen-SS in Europe 1940-1945

By: Bishop Chris

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Spellmont, UK, 2002

Edition: 1st Edition


Very well researched and presented with historical background of the formation and growth of the Waffen-SS from Hitler's bodyguard to a fully-fledged combat are and its usage in Western Europe. The book includes accounts of the Waffen-SS in action in France and the Low Countries in 1940, the Balkans in 1941 and Normandy, Arnhem and the Ardennes in 1944 and features the Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler, Das Reich, Totenkopf and Hitlerjugend. Illustrated with rare combat black... View more info

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WAR IN EASTERN EUROPE Travels Through the Balkans in 1915

By: Reed John

Price: $16.00

Publisher: Phoenix London, 1999

Edition: 1st Thus


Travelling through the Balkans at the height of the First World War, John Reed experienced countries torn apart by warfare and by bitter ethnic conflict. His startling tale introduces us to soldiers racked with typhus, villages and towns ransacked by Austrian troops, Cossacks from the East, Jews in their ghetto, officers of the Russian army and peasants and townsfolk of all races. View more info