Discussion in 'Books, Films, TV, Radio' started by stevew, Aug 2, 2007.
For those who don't know, N&MP have a 20% summer sale on everything ordered until 3rd September
Thanks for that Steve. I was intending to have a cheap month. Blast !
Quick, quick, hit the "Back" button...still recovering from recent buying spree...about to have another...yay!!!!!!
Just ordered Pallud's "Blitzkrieg in the West" - One of those "must have's" that I'd always put off because it seemed a bit dear.
You will not be dissapointed Rich.
(bought mine for £6.50 in a charity shop :p... still ploughing through it. )
Already been and ordered, I wish they would stop spamming me every month with their catalogs that always has books I want
Adam, you didn't have to mention the price, you could just have said "cheap" or something !
One of the penalties of living "abroad" is missing out on that sort of bargain (Cheap beer though
Hope you're not expecting them soon are you?
Two more strike dates announced, the talks at ACAS have broken down.
Rich, Console yourself that you just made me look at N&MP's current 'Then & Now' prices... far too tempting, especially with eBay having ballsed up the Tank section, I was hoping I could lay off the book-buying for a while.
These strikes don't seem to have affected us at all?
My only consolation is that The Blitz T & N 3 volume set is still cheaper on Amazon - but I've been good and resisted tempation (until now but you guys have just reminded me of it ). But I've developed some great biceps with the BoB T & N.
The Amazon prices are quite good at the moment as well. I'd had it bookmarked there for a while. My problem in bookshops was always that I could pick up three or four other books for a similar price.
Am I correct in recalling that the "then" photos in Blitzkrieg are not all that well reproduced ? A bit 1970s ?
Adam, what do you mean about eBay ? Have they been changing classifications ?
...and Owen's booked himself some time off before the kids go back to school ! No hurry for me because I'm having it sent to my parents' address.
Just saw this, 20% sale at Naval and military upto 31st Jan
Anyone ordered stuff on this sale?
Seem quite slow in despatching orders.
Maybe I'm so used to other on-line book sellers that I'm expecting too much from them?
To find this thread I did a SEARCH for "naval military press" but when I click on the result it gave me "internet won't display".
To get to this thread I went via stevew's profile & his threads.
Was odd wasn't it... all cool now.
Merged the original thread & Steve's reminder & placxed in the book section.
Airbrush/ATB/airbrush/ATB/airbrush/ATB... I'm conflicted here... :mellow:
If it's specifically ATB books anyone's after their 20% off is available direct from them without a third party until January ends.
If you are interested in the Second World War - and want to know how the places where it was fought appear today, in what remains to be seen and the discoveries that are still being made - then After the Battle publications will interest you
Now that's a page title!
I haven't bought on the latest sale, need to wait until the end of the month. I have always found N&M very quick in the past.
Just phoned them, seems a nice chap on the phone.
They're awaiting one of the books to arrive to complete the order.
(History of 4 SLI )
Did a search for this thread again and it won't link properly from the search results.
Had to go via Books and Movies Forum.
Just had a letter from them telling me they have a 20% off summer sale.
Still an odd glitch on this thread, when I searched for it using "naval military press" I couldn't go to thread from the search results.
Just a reminder that N&MP are running their usual 20% off January sale.
Naval & Military Press
Some real book bargains to be had.
You will not be dissapointed Rich.
(bought mine for £6.50 in a charity shop :tongue:... still ploughing through it. )
I thought I did well at £20 ! ( via Wehrmacht Awards , A friend on holiday in the US brought it back for me).
An excellent book - always something new to "find" in it.
I do think there might be the foundation for a "self help group" here
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