About The Naval & Military Press Booklists
The Naval & Military Press launched its first printed booklist back in 1990 and, including special issues, we have produced over 200 in the years since. The booklists contain the majority of our current special offers and new titles.
This downloadable version in PDF format can either be viewed and searched on screen, or printed and read at your leisure.
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In this issue
With the Great War centenary now behind us, and several milestone projects covering that conflict under The Naval & Military Press belt, we are able to spread the scope of our inventory range to cover a myriad of historical periods in military history for our discerning clients to deliberate over.
BOOKLIST 168 has a well-rounded stock covering many types and periods of conflict. We used to halt our subject listings to just after the Korean War, but have now started to expand into the Cold War conflicts that many of you remember first-hand!
The definite highlights on the list are the RNAS Operations Reports and Peter Warrington’s three-volume work on the Military Medal, not forgetting the simply ‘How do they do it?’ pricing structure of the 400+ other military titles.
These are tremendously exciting times for the military book collector, and we can honestly say that there has never been a better time to buy military books.
It’s called THE GAZETTE
Nearly 200 issues of our printed booklists have been sent to an amazing 4,000,000 customers over the last 25 years, and while we have absolutely no intention of stopping posting out the classic inky newspaper-style catalogue, we thought we would try and tempt you with occasional ONLINE offerings of new stock, shelf ends (at big reductions), general promotions and new Naval & Military Press publications.
Take a look at this special value selection that we have priced at £5.99 or less… A cracking collection, with the one common denominator that they all offer fine value without giving anything away in terms of quality of information or reading pleasure.