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Berlin in the Balance: The Blockade, the Airlift, &hellip by Thomas Parrish
3.0 out of 5 stars An attempt, 16 Jan 2008
There are better, more relevant accounts of this pivotal point in European History. This one, whilst factual, lacks the life that this particular subject demands.
Farmers in Prehistoric Britain by Dr Francis Pryor
Farmers in Prehistoric Britain by Dr Francis Pryor
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Splendid, 13 Jan 2008
This is a splendid publication. All too often archaeological books such as this appear accessible but end up being too academic, not this one. Dr Pryor brings the whole subject of prehistoric farming to life. Especially sheep farming, a speciality of his. If you want to understand this period this tome is without doubt a good place to start.
British Military Airfield Architecture: From Airsh&hellip by Paul Francis
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Ok this is with out doubt the forefather of all airfield architecture books. Francis systematically covers all types of structures from pre-WWI to WWII. And what is especially pleasing here, something missed by later userpers, is that the author deos not allow himself to get bogged down describing the multitude of temporary buildings that appear from 1940-41. True they have there place and can be found in this volume but they do not dominate. Now if only someone would produce a version that covers the Cold War as well ----.