November Book Vote 2015

In Military History, Featured

November’s book vote is here, looking at 5 fantastic potential titles for the Elite series. Take a look!

ELI: North American Forest Warfare Tactics 16th–18th Centuries
ELI: 19th Century Colonial Warfare
ELI: World War II Combat Equipments: USSR, Japan & Italy
ELI: Italian Fascist Organizations 1940–45
ELI: Vietnam War Boobytrap Tactics

Head onto the homepage to cast your vote!

 

Last month's Book Vote was looking at the Combat series. Let's see how the voting turned out.

CBT: Japanese Soldier vs Russian Soldier: Russo-Japanese War 1904–05 31%
CBT: French Soldier vs Prussian Soldier: Franco-Prussian War 1870–71 25%
CBT: Maori Warrior vs British Soldier: 1845–70 17%
CBT: Prussian Infantryman vs Austrian Infantryman: 1740–63 15%
CBT: US Rifleman vs British Redcoat: War of 1812 12%

Japanese Soldier vs Russian Soldier: Russo-Japanese War 1904–05 claims victory in October, with French Soldier vs Prussian Soldier: Franco-Prussian War 1870–71 coming in a close second. Which did you vote for? Let us know in the comments section below!

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PAUL W posted on 9 Nov 2015 18:43:57
Not quite as difficult a list as last month's to pick for me; it was between the colonial wars or forest warfare and plumped for the former. Thanks for taking on board my idea of publishing the vote, I was wondering, as well as publishing the % could you publish the actual number of votes? It would also be interesting to see if the number voting has gone down since people had to be a member. Certainly the number of forum discussions appears to have dropped significantly.
Paintybeard posted on 2 Nov 2015 14:45:27
In my knee-jerk sort of way I have naturally voted for the colonial wars title. But what would it cover? Tactics? Equipment? Battle Orders? I'd probably buy anything on this sadly neglected period, but it would be nice to know what the compiler of this list was thinking of.

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