160 pages in A4 portrait format A superb all-colour reference book to all the badges and insignia worn by the elite troops of the two countries, past and present. Includes brief histories of the units with some photographs, in both colour and black and white. In all there are over 700 colour illustrations.
Little Book of Diggers is full of black-and-white and color photographs tracing the history of the digger from its early days when diggers were known as steam shovels right through to the advanced machines in production today.
This book includes topics ranging from the earliest planes to the supersonic jets of today, featuring images from the Imperial War Museum. It is an illustrated A-Z directory of over 170 aircraft, including early planes used in World War I, fighters from the in... read more
Built at the end of the Depression and launched on the weekend of the Munich Crisis, the Queen Elizabeth's maiden voyage was a wartime dash to New York to escape the Luftwaffe's bombs. After a wartime career that saw her bring an American division to Gourock every few weeks, she ... read more
Providing an interesting glimpse into the steam traction engines and internal combustion tractors that revolutionised the world of farming, this collection focuses on American tractors from the late 1850s to the beginning of the Great Depressi... read more
In his seventh aviation history book, Bruce McAllister brings together the largest collection of photographs of the world's most legendary aircraft - the DC-3. The book's release is timed to the aircraft's 75th anniversary - hundreds ... read more
This comprehensive book provides the full history and specifications of the groundbreaking Kawasaki Z1. The author describes how the motorcycle became a sensation after its launch in 1972, with its incredible performance coupled with convenience, reliability and practicality. Although... read more
How do smooth wheels grip smooth rails? Why don't locomotive boilers explode? What is a slip coach? What are the wrong kind of leaves on the track? At which station could you buy your ticket from a booth in a tree? Why are railway tracks laid on small stones? How can a... read more
|Author:||Graham Robson; Michael Ware|
The Golden Age of the British Car, Featuring Over 80 Machines Shown In 170 Photographs, Features all the famous British marques, including Aston Martin, Bentley, Daimler, jaguar, Jensen, Lag... read more
This is a complete history of shipborne fighters, bombers, helicopters and flying boats, including the Grumman Helicat, F-4 Phantom, Westland Lynx and Sikorsky Seahawk. It is a comprehensive A to Z directory of 130 of the major naval aircraft, with informative,... read more
Cunard's advertising boasts of having 'The Most Famous Ocean Liners in the World'. It is no idle claim since the company has given us some of the best-known and best-loved ships that ever sailed, their distinctive livery making them instantly recognisable an... read more
|Author:||CET MIRCO DE|
This is a comprehensive A-Z guide to modern farm vehicles... read more