Military History, Military Vehicle and Modelling
Books and Magazines
6,000 TITLES ALWAYS IN STOCK!
This site features an incredible 12,000 plus books and magazines - most described in some detail and most with front cover images. Furthermore, we always have 6,000 items in stock at any one time - so more than likely to have your order ready to ship. This makes Barbarossa Books the best Military History book dealer in the world!
The data is organised in the Main Categories listed to the left of this page; the links take you to a fuller listing of topics within each category. All the very latest releases of new and forthcoming books are described and illustrated by clicking New Titles to the left, midway down
PLEASE NOTE: European Union orders are shipped via air mail as standard (peculiarly, this is cheaper than surface mail!). US, Canadian, Russian, South American, Asian and Australasian orders are shipped surface; if AIR MAIL is required, please specify this in the Comments Box when placing the order
SITE UPDATED 7th March 2015
When placing an order via this site, your credit/debit card is NOT charged automatically; rather, it is done by a human and usually on the day the order is despatched.
Please ensure you give the HOME address (where the card is registered to) and the delivery address (if different); the home address is essential to verify the transaction.
Most of the books listed on this site are in stock and ready to ship. The absence of a front cover image does NOT mean the book is out-of-stock, merely that I have not got around to adding the image! Likewise, the presence of an image does not necessarily mean that the book is in stock.
A very few items may have a price of 0.00. This does not mean the book is free (!), merely that a price is not currently known
The Channel Islands is not listed in the drop-down seletion of counties and countries in the Shopping Cart; will CI customers select 'France' and CI customers are charged the European 20% rate for postage
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