Men at Arms

Packed with specially commissioned artwork, maps and diagrams, the Men-at-Arms series of books is an unrivalled illustrated reference on the history, organisation, uniforms and equipment of the world's military forces, past and present.

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  1. Yugoslav Armies 1941–45

    MAA 542 Multiple formats
    In March 1941, an anti-German coup in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia prompted Hitler to order an invasion using allied Italian, Hungarian, Bulgarian and Romanian forces. Operation Marita was an invasion of...

    Starting at: $15.20

  2. Armies of the War of the Grand Alliance 1688–97

    MAA 541 Multiple formats
    This title explores and illustrates the armies of France, and six countries allied against Louis XIV, in a wide-ranging Continental conflict that ushered in more than a century of European warfare.Formed...

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  3. Armies in Southern Russia 1918–19

    MAA 540 Multiple formats
    An important aspect of the Russian Civil War were the several Allied expeditions immediately following World War I in support of the disunited Russian 'White' armies resisting the Bolshevik Revolution....

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  4. Belgian Waffen-SS Legions & Brigades, 1941–1944

    MAA 539 Multiple formats
    From the German occupation of Belgium in May 1940, Flemish recruits from northern Belgium - considered by the Nazis to be 'Germanic' - were accepted individually into Waffen-SS units. From Hitler's invasion...

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  5. Napoleon's Women Camp Followers

    MAA 538 Multiple formats
    Researched from genuine primary sources, this is the first book to explain and illustrate the organization, activities and personal stories of the female 'support staff' who played a major role in the...

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  6. German Troops in the American Revolution (1)

    MAA 535 Multiple formats
    During the American Revolution (1775-83), German auxiliary troops provided a vital element of the British war effort. Some 30,000 German troops served in North America, continuing a long-established relationship...

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  7. The Numidians 300 BC–AD 300

    MAA 537 Multiple formats
    The Numidian light cavalry were among the best-known horsemen in the ancient world: riding without saddles or bridle, carrying only hide shields for defense and clutching a handful of light javelins, they...

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  8. Renaissance Armies in Italy 1450–1550

    MAA 536 Multiple formats
    The Italian Renaissance marked a period of political and military turmoil. Many regional wars were fought between the states ruled by Milan, Venice, Genoa, Florence, the Papacy, Siena and Naples. For more...

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  9. Armies of the Italian-Turkish War

    MAA 534 Multiple formats
    In the early 1900s, the decaying Ottoman Turkish Empire had lost some of its Balkan territories, but still nominally ruled all of North Africa between British Egypt in the east and French Algeria in the...

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  10. The Normans in Italy 1016–1194

    MAA 533 Multiple formats
    Preceding and simultaneously with the conquest of England by Duke William, other ambitious and aggressive Norman noblemen (notably the Drengot, De Hauteville and Guiscard families) found it prudent to...

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