Bibliography

Chris Kemp’s Not Quite Mechanised

Biobliography WWII Eastern Front 

Beevor, A. (1998) Stalingrad. London :Viking. (ISBN 0-670-87095-1)

Boyd, A. (1977) The Soviet Air Force Since 1918. MacDonald & Jane’s 1977. (ISBN 356-08288-1)

Glantz, D.M. (1998) Kharkov 1942. Anatomy of a Military Disaster Through Soviet Eyes.  Shepperton : Ian Allen Publishing. (ISBN 0-7110-2562-2)

Kershaw, R.J. Lt Col, (1987) Lessons to be Derived from the Wehrmacht’s Experience in the East 1943-45.  London : RUSI 132 (3). (ISBN 0307-1847)

Plevier, T. (1953) Moscow.  Mayflower. (ISBN 583-12546-8)

Sager, G. (1971) The Forgotton Soldier. London: Penguin Group. (ISBN 0-7221-7586-8)

Stolfi, R.H.S. (1991) Hitler’s Panzers East, World War II Reinterpreted. Stroud : Alan Sutton Publishing Ltd. (ISBN 0-7509-0185-3)

Ungvary, K. (2003) Battle for Budapest, 100 Days in World War II. London: I.B. Taurus & Co. Ltd. (ISBN 1-86064-727-8)

Ziemke, E.F.  (1968) Stalingrad to Berlin.  Office of the Chief of Military History. (stock no 008-029-00005-9)

Ziemke, E.F. and Bauer, M. E. (1985) Moscow to Stalingrad. Military Heritage Press. (ISBN 0-88029-294-6)

Zaloga, S.J. and J. Grandsen, J. (1984) Soviet Tanks and Combat Vehicles of World War Two. Arms and Armour Press. (ISBN 0-85368-606-8)

Zaloga, S.J. and Ness, L.S. (1998) Red Army Handbook 1939-1945. Stroud : Sutton Publishing Ltd. (ISBN 0-7509-1740-7)

Biobliography WWII European Theatre 

Belfield, E. and Essame, H. (1965) The Battle for Normandy. London: Pan Books Ltd. (ISBN 0-330-30034-2)

Hastings, M. (2004) Armageddon, The Battle for Germany 1944-45 London: Pan Books Ltd. (ISBN 0-330-49062-1)

Horrocks, B., Belafield, E. and Essame, H. (1977) Corps Commander. London: Magnum Books. (ISBN 0-417-02630-7)

Biobliography WWII Mediterranean Theatre 

Carver, M. (1964) Tobruk. London: Pan Books Ltd. (ISBN 0-330-23376-9)

Harpur, B. (1980) The Impossible Victory, A Personal Account of the Battle for the River Po. London: Coronet Books (ISBN 0-340-42968-2)

Lucas Phillips, C.E. (1965) Alamein. Abridged and Revised ed. London: Pan Books. (ISBN 0-330-30011-3)

Ministry of Information (1945) The Abyssinian Campaigns , The Official Story of the conquest of Italian East Africa. London: His Majesty’s Stationary Office. (No ISBN)

Ministry of Information (1945) R.A.F. Middle East, The Official Story of Air Operations. Feb. 1942-Jan. 1943. London: His Majesty’s Stationary Office. (No ISBN)

Neillands, R. (1991) The Desert Rats, 7th Armoured Division 1940-1945. London: Orion. (ISBN 0-75280-298-4)

Peniakoff, V. (1950) Popski’s Private Army. London: The Reprint Society. (No ISBN)

Quarrie, B. (1980) Panzers in the Desert, A selection of German Wartime Photographs form the Bundesarchiv, Koblenz. Cambridge: Patrick Stevens Ltd. (ISBN 0-85059-315-8)

Ranfurly, Countess of. (1994) To War With Whitaker, The Wartime Diaries of the Countess of Ranfurly 1939-45.  London: Mandarin Paperbacks. (ISBN 0-7493-1954-2)

Walker, Ian W. (2003) Iron Hulls Iron Hearts. Marlborough: The Crowood Press Ltd. (ISBN 1-86126-646-4)

Young, D. (1950) Rommel, The Desert Fox. London: Collins Fontana Books. (No ISBN)

Biobliography WWII Far East and Pacific Theatre 

Allen, L. (2000) Burma, The Longest War 1941-1945. Phoenix Press. (ISBN 1-84212-260-6)

Lindsay, O. (1978) The Lasting Honour, The Fall of Hong Kong 1941. London: Sphere Books Ltd. (ISBN )

Biobliography WWII General 

  van Crefeld, M. (1977) Supplying War. Cambridge University Press. (ISBN 0-521-21730-X)

Davis, B. L. (1973) German Army Uniforms and Insignia 1933-1945. Arms and Armour Press 1973. (SBN 85368-068-X)

Dixon, N.F. (1976) On the Psychology of Military Incompetence. London: Futura Publications. (ISBN 0-7088-1482-4)

Ellis, J. (1993) The World War II Databook. Book Club Associates. (ISBN ?)

Gunston, B. (1978) Combat Aircraft of World War II. Salamander Books Ltd. (ISBN 0-86101-017-5)

Keegan, J. (1995)  The Battle for History, Re-fighting World War Two. London: Hutchinson (ISBN 0-09-179229-0)

Keegan, J. (ed.) (1989)  The Times atlas of the Second World War. Times Books Ltd. (ISBN 0-7230-0317-3)

Mollo, A. and McGregor, M. (1973) Army Uniforms of World War 2. Blandford Press. (ISBN 0-7137-0644-9) Or the updated Silverdale Books impression (2001) (ISBN 1-85605-603-1)

White, B. T. (1972) Tanks and other Fighting Vehicles of World War II. Peerage Books. (ISBN 0-90-7408-35-4)

Biobliography Pre to Post-WWII China and Far East 

Bonds, R. Ed. (1979) The Chinese War Machine: A Technical Analysis of the Strategy and Weapons of the People’s Republic of China . Salamander Books Ltd. (ISBN 0-86101-041-8)

Fisher, K. (2003)  Gunboats on Chinese Rivers: Wargames Illustrated. 190 (July 2003). (ISSN 0957-6444)

Young, J.R. (1987) The Dragons Teeth: Inside China’s Armed Forces. Century Hutchinson Ltd. (ISBN 0-09-170680-7)

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2 responses to “Bibliography

  1. Dave Carter

    Hi, Chris,
    In your reference links at the bottom of the sidebar, Dr. Niehorster’s website is now at http://www.niehorster.org/.
    The Soviet armoured trains pictures are now at http://www.armchairgeneral.com/rkkaww2/galleries/Arm_trains.htm and the maps link from the same site is at
    http://www.armchairgeneral.com/rkkaww2/maps.htm

    The Russian armoured trains link (3rd from bottom) is also broken but the new site for tdg.nu (http://www.tdg.nu/index.html) only seems to have the index page (I can’t find any links). No luck on the Wayback Machine either. (The TOAW Design Group’s forums-not articles-seem to be at http://www.savemstateathletics.com/tdg/viewforum.php?f=8).

    Blessings,
    Dave

    • Dear Dave,

      Thanks for the update on the links, it is much appreciated. I don’t check them as often as I should, so I usually only find out if I use them myself or someone alerts me as you have done. Your nudge has prompted me to do a bit of Spring cleaning 🙂

      Kind regards, Chris.

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