Read Ernest Shackleton's survival-story account of his 1914 Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition. The tale is accompanied, in part, by Frank Hurley's photographs taken during the incredible journey.
US Special Ops is a comprehensive, illustrated survey of all aspects of US special ops across the years, from the eighteenth century through today.
The complete guide to all things classic-farm-tractor related, this book is a collection of tractors from their earliest days of production until 1960. Think pure eye candy for gearheads.
Author Brian Solomon covers nearly every conceivable piece of North American signaling hardware. Gorgeous period and sharp contemporary photography show signals and trains from around North America.
This is the first illustrated version of this best-selling book on the Gettysburg battlefield and includes vintage photographs, memorabilia, maps, and full-color photography of the site as it looks today.
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