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Posted by: Tomi
Posted on: 30/11/2019 18:45:45

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Posted by: Tomi
Total Posts: 13
Joined Date: Thursday, 26 March 2009

I like to have Battle Orders series back, it was and it is a good series....Comments ?

Posted on: 30/11/2019 18:45:46
Posted by: KAL9000
Total Posts: 36
Joined Date: Sunday, 18 March 2018

I agree, I think Battle Orders should make a return. As far as I can tell, the closest thing they have to Battle Orders right now is the Elite series. However I find Elite to be too specific as an overview for different units and less focused on organization. The graphical representations found in the original battle series were very interesting and helpful. I have some titles in mind if Battle Orders were to return:

- Soviet Mechanized Corps 1942-45

-Waffen-SS Panzer Divisions 1943-45

-British Airborne Divisions 1942-45

-Soviet Naval Infantry and Naval Rifle Brigades 1941-45

-Japanese Army in World War II: Burma 1944-45

Posted on: 30/11/2019 23:01:00
Posted by: Paintybeard
Total Posts: 357
Joined Date: Monday, 4 February 2013

I would be delighted to see more titles for the "Battle Orders" series; the book on Wellingtons Peninsula Army is one of the best value books I've ever bought.

My choice of titles would be: French and German armies 1870-71, Army of north Virginia and Army of the Potomac... but plenty more spring to mind.

I think the problem for this series is that it is comparatively expensive but has no colour illustrations.

Posted on: 01/12/2019 04:59:37
Posted by: Tomi
Total Posts: 13
Joined Date: Thursday, 26 March 2009


Here couple of titles also in my mind:

Luftwaffe Field Divisions 1941-45

Parachute Panzer Corps HG

Posted on: 01/12/2019 16:29:51
Posted by: GI Gene
Total Posts: 71
Joined Date: Saturday, 7 February 2009

Here are a few modern suggestions:


Coalition Ground Forces of the Gulf War 1991

The US Army in Afghanistan 2001-2020

The US Army in Iraq 2003-2011

The United States Marine Corps in Afghanistan

The United States Marine Corps in Iraq

NATO Forces in Afghanistan 

Posted on: 02/12/2019 22:39:40

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