|Notes of a Russian Sniper |
Zaitsev. Fought from August 1942 to February 1943, the Battle of Stalingrad was a gruesome test of willpower for both the invading Germans and defending Soviets. In this memoir, Vassili Zaitsev, the Red Army's most legendary sniper, presents a moving and harrowing account of that hellish battle as he explains the tactics he employed to adapt to the city ruins, claim 225 confirmed kills, and even win a three-day duel with a top German sniper. 208 pages, 6½"x 9¼", hardcover.
|The AK-47 |
Kalashnikov-Series Assault Rifles
Rottman. From its adoption by the USSR soon after WWII through today, an estimated 75 million Kalashnikov AK-47s have been produced worldwide, making it, in all its variants, the most ubiquitous small arm in the world. This book examines the AK-47's history, from its design and development through its usage by fighters ranging from the great Soviet armies to the insurgents and criminal gangs that often employ the weapon today. 80 pages, B&W photographs and color illustrations, 7"x 9½", softcover.
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