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Bodenplatte The Luftwaffe's Last Hope
The Attack on Allied Airfields New Years Day 1945
by John Manrho & Ron Pütz

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Old 5th May 2010, 21:59
John Manrho John Manrho is offline
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Stock is low....

Although I generally don't like to advertise my own book, I want to inform the members that currently "Bodenplatte, The Luftwaffe's Last Hope" is very low on stock. Only a few dozen remain in stock at Hikoki. So....if anybody is thinking of buying it, now is the right time! You never know if there will be a reprint.

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Old 6th June 2010, 19:47
Jukka Juutinen Jukka Juutinen is offline
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Re: Stock is low....

John, Stackpole Books is currently listing a softcover smaller format (6" x 9") edition of Bodenplatte to appear late this year...As is Patrick Laureau´s Condor in a similar edition.
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Old 10th June 2010, 22:57
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Re: Stock is low....

Jukka,

True, I wasn't informed about that until recently. I did not see a copy yet or have any idea how it compares to the original book. We will see.

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Old 12th June 2010, 04:57
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Well, based on previous editions by that publisher those who are more interested in the text will be most happy as the price is most decent. Due to the crudish paper used, the photo quality has usually suffered. One must also bear in mind that Stackpole´s distribution is much wider than that of the "specialists" like Hikoki leading to substantially larger customer base who may have never heard of publishers like Hikoki, JJf etc before.
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