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AA Command: Britain's Anti-Aircraft Defences of World War II
by Colin Dobinson
(Hardcover)
 
Allied Artillery of World War One
by Ian V. Hogg
Hardcover - 224 pages (April )
Crowood Pr; ISBN: 1861261047
 
Allied Artillery of World War Two
by Ian V. Hogg
Hardcover - 192 pages
Crowood Pr; ISBN: 1861261659

American Civil War Artillery 1861-1865: Field & Heavy Artillery
by Philip Katcher, Tony Bryan
Because of the length of the coastline of the United States, from the beginning American ordnance and engineers placed an emphasis on heavy artillery mounted in coastal defenses. This book details the development and usage of heavy and field artillery from the Union and Confederate armies.
Paperback from Osprey Pub Co

 

American Civil War Artillery 1861-65: Field Artillery (New Vanguard, 38)
American Civil War Artillery 1861-65: Field Artillery (New Vanguard, 38)
by Philip Katcher
Paperback from Osprey Pub Co
 
American Civil War Artillery, 1861-1865: Heavy Artillery (New Vanguard, 40)
American Civil War Artillery, 1861-1865: Heavy Artillery (New Vanguard, 40)
by Philip Katcher, Tony Bryan
Paperback from Osprey Pub Co
 
Anti Aircraft Artillery
by Ian V. Hogg
(Hardcover)
 
Anti-Tank Weapons
by Terry Gander
Hardcover - 192 pages (March )
Crowood Pr Ltd; ISBN: 1861262590
 
Anti-Tank Weapons
(Brassey's Modern Military Equipment)
Hardcover 1 edition
Brasseys Inc; ISBN: 1857531779

Artillery: A History
by John Norris
Hardcover - 256 pages (March 1, )
Sutton Publishing; ISBN: 0750921854

Artillery Hell : The Employment of Artillery at Antietam (Texas A & M University Military History, No 38)
by Curt Johnson, Richard C. Anderson, Joseph Mills Hanson
Hardcover
Texas A&M Univ. Press; ISBN: 0890966222
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Austrian Napoleonic Artillery 1792-1815
Austrian Napoleonic Artillery 1792-1815 (New Vanguard 72)
by David Hollins, Brian Delf
Paperback from Osprey Pub Co
 
British & American Artillery of World War II
by Ian V. Hogg
Hardcover from Greenhill Books/Lionel Leventhal

British Napoleonic Artillery 1793-1815: Field Artillery (New Vanguard, 60)
by Chris Henry, Brian Delf
This title is the first of two volumes examining the artillery equipment of the British forces during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, along with Wellington's campaigns in India.
Paperback from Osprey Pub Co

 

British Napoleonic Artillery 1793-1815
British Napoleonic Artillery 1793-1815 (2): Siege and Coastal Artillery (New Vanguard, 65)
by Chris Henry, Brian Delf
Following on from the first volume covering British Napoleonic Artillery, this volume concentrates on the heavy weapons of siege and coastal defenses. This book covers the main equipment used; the 24 pounder siege gun and a variety of mortars. Also covered in detail is the specialist bomb vessel, which was used to snack fortifications in a similar fashion; siege techniques; and the tactical use of siege and coastal artillery.
Paperback from Osprey Pub Co
 
Cannoneers in Gray: The Field Artillery of the Army of Tennessee, 1861-1865
by Larry J. Daniel
Paperback from Univ of Alabama Pr (Txt)
1990
 
Civil War Artillery at Gettysburg: Organization, Equipment, Ammunition, and Tactics
Civil War Artillery at Gettysburg: Organization, Equipment, Ammunition, and Tactics
by Philip M. Cole
Hardcover from DaCapo Press
 
Double Canister at Ten Yards : The Federal Artillery and the Repulse of Pickett's Charge
by David Shultz
Paperback - 77 pages
Stackpole Books; ISBN: 096389935X

Early Gunpowder Artillery 1300-1600
by John Norris
Hardcover from Motorbooks International

 

88 mm Flak 18/36/37/41 & Pak 43 1936-45
88 mm Flak 18/36/37/41 & Pak 43 1936-45 (New Vanguard 46)
by John Norris, Mike Fuller
The German 88mm was by far the most famous and versatile artillery weapon of World War II. It was first used as an antiaircraft weapon by the Condor Legion during the Spanish Civil War and saw further service in the German invasions of Poland and France, where it was first used in its anti-tank role. This role was particularly successful and the 88 became feared by tank crews from North Africa to Russia. This book covers all these variants, explaining their design, development and operational use.
Paperback from Osprey Pub Co
 
Encyclopedia of Modern U.S. Military Weapons : The Army Times Navy Times Air Force Times
Timothy M. Laur, et al
Listed under Military Smallarms
 
Galloping Thunder: The Story of the Stuart Horse Artillery Battalion
Galloping Thunder: The Story of the Stuart Horse Artillery Battalion
by Robert J. Trout
Hardcover from Stackpole Books
 
German Artillery of World War Two
Ian V. Hogg
Hardcover

Jane's Armour and Artillery, 2003-2004
by Christopher F. Foss, Jane's Information Group
Hardcover from Jane's Information Group

Jane's Armour & Artillery 2004-2005
by Christopher F. Foss
Paperback from Jane's Information Group

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Medieval Siege Weapons: Western Europe AD 585-1385
by David Nicolle, Sam Thompson
Listed under Siege Weapons
 

Napoleons Guns 1792-1815
Napoleons Guns 1792-1815 (1: Field Artillery (New Vanguard, 66)
by Rene Chartrand, Ray Hutchins
Napoleon, as a young artilleryman, was trained with the Gribeauval system, created to standardize the French field artillery. The consistency of the Gribeauval system, along with Napoleon's personal preference for artillery ensured that the French artillery had a strong advantage over their opponents, possessing considerably more guns than any other army. This volume deals with 4-, 8- and 12-pdr guns, light 1-pdr guns and later innovations such as the 6pdr gun, which were used with great success by Napoleon in Italy, Germany and Austria.
Paperback from Osprey Pub Co

NAPOLEON'S GUNS 1792 - 1815 (2) This volume is the second half of the story of the French artillery during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. It covers the howitzers, mortars, and large siege and garrison guns, placing a special emphasis on their role, technical significance, and operational use.

 
The Naval Institute Guide to World Naval Weapons Systems, 1997-1998 (Serial)
Norman Friedman
Listed under Naval Warfare

Weapons and Warfare in Renaissance Europe : Gunpowder, Technology, and Tactics
Bert S. Hall
Listed under Antique Weapons
 

Redlegs : The U.S. Artillery from the Civil War to the Spanish-American War, 1861-1898
(G.I. Series, 11)
by J. Philip Langellier, J. Phillip Langellier
Paperback - 72 pages (April )
Stackpole Books; ISBN: 1853673099
 
Moving the Guns : The Mechanisation of the Royal Artillery, 1854-1939
by Philip Ventham, David Fletcher (Contributor)
Paperback - 126 pages
Books Britain; ISBN: 0112904777
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The 25-Pounder Field Gun, 1939-72 (New Vanguard 48)
by Chris Henry, Mike Fuller (Illustrator)
Of all the British guns in use during the Second World War, the 25 pounder is the gun that best represents Britain's armed forces. It was adaptable, it packed a powerful punch, and above all it was reliable. This book provides a full combat history of a gun that was used in every theatre of the Second World War and saw extensive service in the postwar years, particularly in Korea and during the Malaysian emergency.
(Paperback)

Artillery : Guns & Rocket Systems (Greenhill Military Manuals)
by T. J. O'Malley, Ray Hutchins (Illustrator)
Hardcover - 160 pages
Stackpole Books; ISBN: 1853671886
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