The Amazon Kindle store is a rather nice place to be browsing in March. Amazon's monthly deals feature exceedingly cheap eBooks for Kindle for the entiritey of the month!
The former is Prit Buttar's harrowing and vivid portrayal of the fighting in Prussia towards the end of the war, as the Soviet Red Army closed in on Germany's military heartland causing death and destruction on a collosal scale.
Boys of 67' is a fascinating exploration of the exploits of an individual unit, the famous 'Charlie Company' and is replete with first-hand accounts, letters and recollections from the young men who fought for the 9th Infantry Division's Charlie Company.
Now, if you are one of our lovely US fans over the pond, it gets even better. No fewer than four of our titles are available on the Kindle store for just $1.99 all through March! We rather like these Amazon monthly deals... Here are the titles on the offer:
Another brilliant study from Andrew Wiest, this book traces the American experience of Vietnam from the war’s popular inception to its morale-crushing and bitter conclusion.
The highly secretive, mysterious and utterly ruthless SBS were Britain's most elite unit in WWII. Originating under the umbrella of the SAS, the SBS has had a mixed reputation - some commentators even branding them 'piratical'. This is the story of a very small but highly effective branch of soldiers, undertaking some of the most daring raids in military history.
We Will Destroy Your Planet: An Alien's Guide to Conquering the Earth
For all you budding alien dictators and earth invaders out there, this is the perfect manual. Covering everything from weaponry and tactics to the eventual fate of your human underlings, this book will ensure that the species hierarchy of the planet will change forever!
FUBAR F***ed Up Beyond All Recognition: Soldier Slang of World War II
Insulting, pessimistic, witty, often humorous and always poignant, soldiers' slang in World War II is given frank coverage in this pocket guide.
So head on over to the Kindle store and grab yourself a bargain! Amazon's monthly offer runs out on the 30th of March, but why wait until then?