NEW WWII Book Releases – July 2015

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Don’t miss out! Argunners keeps you updated on new (top) Book releases, so that you don’t miss out anything. In this list are the new WORLD WAR II BOOK RELEASES for the month JULY 2015

BATTLES & OPERATIONS
D DAY Through German Eyes BOOK 2 – More hidden stories from June 6th 1944
– by Holger Eckhertz (Kindle)
A Time for Trumpets: The Untold Story of the Battle of the Bulge – by Charles B. MacDonald (Kindle version)
Leyte 1944: Return to the Philippines (Campaign) – by Clayton Chun
The Things Our Fathers Saw: The Untold Stories of the WWII Generation from Hometown, USA-Voices of the Pacific Theater – by Matthew A. Rozell
Cushing’s Coup: The True Story of How Lt. Col. James Cushing and His Filipino Guerrillas Captured Japan’s Plan Z – by Dirk Jan Barreveld

HISTORICAL AVIATION
The Dog Who Could Fly: The Incredible True Story of a WWII Airman and the Four-Legged Hero Who Flew At His Side – by Damien Lewis

NAVAL HISTORY
Operation Primrose: U110, the Bismarck and the Enigma code breakers – by David Boyle (Kindle)

UNIT & PERSONALITY HISTORIES
The Fighting 30th Division: They Called Them Roosevelt’s SS – by Martin King, Michael Collins & David Hilborn
Zemke’s Wolfpack: A Photographic Odyssey of the 56th Fighter Group During the Second World War – by Nigel Julian, Peter Randall & Hub Zemke Jr
Hans Sturm: A Soldier’s Odyssey on the Eastern Front – by Gordon Williamson
Dornier Do 24 Units (Combat Aircraft) – Peter Jong & Chris Davey

MILITARY INSTALLATIONS 
Germany’s East Wall in World War II – by Neil Short & Adam Hook

FINANCIAL & POLITICAL
The Third Way: The Nazi International, European Union, and Corporate Fascism – by Joseph P. Farrell




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