Warrior180 Early Iron Age Greek Warrior 1100–700 BC.

  • Early Iron Age Greek Warrior 1100–700 BC. Warrior 180
  • Author: Raffaele D’Amato, Andrea Salimbeti
  • Illustrator: Giuseppe Rava
  • Pb., 2016

Warrior179 US Army Green Beret in Afghanistan 2001–02. Paperback

  • US Army Green Beret in Afghanistan 2001–02. Warrior 179
  • Author: Leigh Neville
  • Illustrator: Peter Dennis
  • Pb., 64 pages

Warrior178 US Marine in World War I. pb

  • US Marine in World War I. Warrior 178
  • Author: Ed Gilbert, Catherine Gilbert; Illustrator: Johnny Shumate
  • Pb. 64 pages. The words 'Retreat? Hell, we just got here' have become a central part of the legend of the US Marine Corps, indicative of its reputation for dogged determination and bravery. Uttered at the height of the fierce battle for Bellau Wood, the phrase came to define the Corps, establishing their 'first to fight' ethos in the public eye. This history follows the experiences of the Marines during the Great War, from their training in the US and France through the fighting in the trenches and battlefields of the Western Front and right up to their occupation duties in the Rhineland. Packed with first-hand accounts and detailed information from the USMC History Division at Quantico, and published to coincide with the 100th anniversary of America's involvement in World War I, this is a timely analysis of one of the US Marine Corps' finest hours.

Warrior177 Rhodesian Light Infantryman 1961–80. pb

  • Rhodesian Light Infantryman 1961–80. Warrior 177.
  • Author: Neil Grant; Illustrator: Peter Dennis
  • Pb. 64 pages. The 1st Battalion, The Rhodesian Light Infantry, was one of the most innovative and successful counter-insurgency units in modern history. Formed as a commando battalion in 1964 after the dissolution of the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, the RLI was an all-white unit made up of South Africans and men from the UK, Europe and US. It was a key weapon in independent Rhodesia's struggle against the Zimbabwe African National Liberation Army and Zimbabwe People's Revolutionary Army during the bloody Rhodesian Bush War. This comprehensive study explores the unit's dramatic history, revealing the RLI's fearsome airborne and combat capacity, which gave the unit, at times, near total tactical superiority against its opponents.

Warrior176 Patriot Militiaman in the American Revolution 1775–82. pb

  • Patriot Militiaman in the American Revolution 1775–82. Warrior 176
  • Author: Ed Gilbert, Catherine Gilbert; Illustrator: Steve Noon
  • Number of Pages: 64

Warrior175. Roman Legionary AD 284-337. The age of Diocletian and Constantine the Great.

  • Roman Legionary AD 284-337. The age of Diocletian and Constantine the Great. Warrior 175
  • Author: Ross Cowan
  • Illustrator: Seán Ó’Brógáin
  • Pb., 64 pages. 2015

Warrior174 British Paratrooper 1940–45

  • British Paratrooper 1940–45. Warrior 174
  • Pb. Number of Pages: 64

Warrior173. Mamluk ‘Askari 1250–1517. Pb

  • Mamluk ‘Askari 1250–1517. Warrior 173.
  • Author: David Nicolle; Illustrator: Peter Dennis
  • Paperback; November 2014; 64 pages

Warrior172. Apache Warrior 1860-86. Pb

  • Apache Warrior 1860-86. Warrior 172.
  • Author: Robert N. Watt; Illustrator: Adam Hook
  • Paperback; July 2014; 64 pages

Warrior171. Soviet Partisan 1941–44. Pb

  • Soviet Partisan 1941–44. Warrior 171.
  • Author: Nik Cornish; Illustrator: Andrei Karachtchouk.
  • Paperback; June 2014; 64 pages

Warrior170. Roman Guardsman 62 BC–AD 324. Pb

  • Roman Guardsman 62 BC–AD 324. Warrior 170.

Warrior169. Italian soldier in North Africa 1941-43. Paperback

  • Italian soldier in North Africa 1941-43. Warrior 169.
  • Authors: Pier Paolo Battistelli, Piero Crociani; Illustrator: Steve Noon
  • Paperback; November 2013; 64 pages

Warrior168 French Musketeer 1622-1775.

  • French Musketeer 1622-1775. Warrior 168
  • Author: René Chartrand; Illustrator: Graham Turner
  • Paperback; July 2013; 64 pages

Warrior167 Early Aegean Warrior 5000-1450 BC. Pb

  • Early Aegean Warrior 5000-1450 BC. Warrior 167
  • Authors: Raffaele D’Amato, Andrea Salimbeti; Illustrator: Giuseppe Rava
  • Paperback; June 2013; 64 pages

Warrior166 Roman Legionary AD 69-161. Pb

  • Roman Legionary AD 69-161. Pb Warrior 166
  • Author: Ross Cowan; Illustrator: Seán Ó’Brógáin
  • Paperback; April 2013; 64 pages

Warrior165 US Army Paratrooper in the Pacific Theater 1943-45. Pb 9781780961293

  • US Army Paratrooper in the Pacific Theater 1943-45, Warrior 165
  • Author: Gordon L. Rottman; Illustrator: rian Delf
  • Paperback; November 2012; 64 pages

Warrior164 RAF Fighter Command Pilot. The Western Front 1939-42. Pb

  • RAF Fighter Command Pilot. The Western Front 1939-42. Warrior 164
  • Author: Mark Barber; Illustrator: Graham Turner
  • Paperback; September 2012; 64 pages

Warrior163 Spartan Warrior 735-331 BC. Pb. 9781849087001

  • Spartan Warrior 735-331 BC. Warrior 163
  • Author: Duncan B Campbell, Illustrator: Steve Noon
  • Paperback; July 2012; 64 pages

Warrior162 Roman Republican Legionary 298-105 BC

  • Roman Republican Legionary 298-105 BC. Warrior 162
  • Author: Nic Fields Illustrator: Seán Ó’Brógáin
  • Paperback; April 2012; 64 pages

Warrior161 Tunnel Rat in Vietnam. Pb 9781849087834

  • Tunnel Rat in Vietnam. Warrior 161
  • Author: Gordon L Rottman Illustrator: Brian Delf
  • Paperback; February 2012; 64 pages. 9781849087834

Warrior160 Desert Rat 1940-43. British and Commonwealth troops in North Africa. Pb

  • Desert Rat 1940-43. British and Commonwealth troops in North Africa. Warrior 160
  • Author: Tim Moreman Illustrator: Steve Noon
  • Paperback; November 2011; 64 pages
  • This book opens with a look at the unique conditions that the Desert Rats encountered in the Western Desert, then examines the recruitment and training of the men, and the evolving fighting methods and training of what eventually became the Eighth Army. Using photographs and newly commissioned artwork, the book also covers the distinctive dress, equipment and weapons carried into battle by the Desert Rats.

Warrior159 US MACV-SOG Reconnaissance Team in Vietnam. Pb. 9781849085137

  • US MACV-SOG Reconnaissance Team in Vietnam. Warrior 159
  • Author: Gordon L Rottman Illustrator: Brian Delf
  • Paperback; September 2011; 64 pages. This book tells the complete story of these covert agents, from their recruitment and training, through to their deadly black-ops in the jungles of Vietnam.

Warrior158 Pirate: The Golden Age. Pb 9781849084970

  • Pirate: The Golden Age. Warrior 158
  • Authors: David Rickman Angus Konstam Illustrator: Giuseppe Rava
  • Paperback; September 2011; 64 pages
  • Written by pirate expert Angus Konstam, the book draws on decades of research into the subject, and pulls together information from a myriad of sources including official reports, contemporary newspaper reports, trial proceedings and court testimony last words on the scaffold, letters and diaries as well as archaeological evidence and relevant objects and artefacts from museum collections on both sides of the Atlantic.

Warrior157 French Foreign Légionnaire 1890-1914. Paperback

  • French Foreign Légionnaire 1890-1914. Warrior 157
  • Author: Martin Windrow; Illustrator: Peter Dennis
  • Paperback; August 2011; 64 pages

Warrior156 Early Roman Warrior 753-321 BC Paperback

  • Early Roman Warrior 753-321 BC. Warrior 156
  • Author: Nic Fields Illustrator: Seán Ó’Brógáin
  • Paperback; July 2011; 64 pages
  • The prototypical ‘Roman Legionnaire’ often seen on television and in movies is actually the product of nearly a millennium of military development. Far back in the Bronze Age, before the city of Rome existed, a loose collection of independent hamlets eventually formed into a village. From this base, the earliest Roman warriors launched cattle raids and ambushes against their enemies. At some point during this time, the Romans began a period of expansion, conquering land and absorbing peoples. Soon, they had adopted classical Greek fighting methods with militia forming in phalanxes. This book covers the evolution of the earliest Roman warriors and their development into an army that would eventually conquer the known world

Warrior155 ANZAC Infantryman 1914-15. From New Guinea to Gallipoli. Pb

  • ANZAC Infantryman 1914-15. From New Guinea to Gallipoli. Warrior 155
  • Author: Ian Sumner Illustrator: Graham Turner
  • Paperback; May 2011; 64 pages
  • This title explores the recruitment, training, and combat experiences of the famous ANZAC infantry in the opening years of World War I.

Warrior154 Border Reiver 1513-1603. Paperback

  • Border Reiver 1513-1603. Warrior 154
  • Author: Keith Durham Illustrators: Gerry Embleton Sam Embleton
  • Paperback; March 2011; 64 pages
  • This Warrior title will detail how this narrow strip of land influenced the Borderer’s way of life in times of war. Covering every aspect of militant life, from the choice of weapons and armour to the building of fortified houses, this book gives the readers a chance to understand what it must have been like to live life in a late-medieval war zone.

Warrior153 Bronze Age Greek Warrior 1600-1100 BC. Pb

  • Bronze Age Greek Warrior 1600-1100 BC. Warrior 153
  • Authors: Raffaele D’Amato Andrea Salimbeti
    Illustrator: Giuseppe Rava
  • Paperback; March 2011; 64 pages
  • Covering weaponry, clothing, helmets and body armour, it provides a richly illustrated guide to the warriors who have shone from the pages of Homer’s poem for almost three millennia.

Warrior152 Royal Naval Air Service Pilot 1914-18. Pb

  • Royal Naval Air Service Pilot 1914-18. Warrior 152
  • Author: Mark Barber Illustrator: Adam Hook
  • Paperback; November 2010; 64 pages

Warrior151 Samurai Women 1184-1877. Paperback

  • Samurai Women 1184-1877. Warrior 151
  • Author: Stephen Turnbull Illustrator: Giuseppe Rava
  • Paperback; October 2010; 64 pages
  • From when the Empress Jingo-kogo led an invasion of Korea while pregnant with the future Emperor Ojin, tales of female Japanese warriors have emerged from Japan’s rich history. Using material that has never been translated into English before, this book presents the story of Japan’s female warriors for the first time, revealing the role of the women of the samurai class in all their many manifestations, investigating their weapons, equipment, roles, training and belief systems. Crucially, as well as describing the women who were warriors in their own right, like Hauri Tsuruhime and the women of Aizu, this book also looks at occasions when women became the power behind the throne, ruling and warring through the men around them.

Warrior150 Carthaginian Warrior 264-146 BC. Paperback

  • Carthaginian Warrior 264-146 BC. Warrior 150
  • Author: Nic Fields , Illustrator: Steve Noon
  • Paperback; September 2010; 64 pages
  • By the outbreak of the First Carthaginian War, Carthage controlled the whole coast of northern Africa. At first, the core of the Carthaginian armies was made up of armed citizens, backed by levies from tributary allies and foreign mercenaries. Later, the mercenaries would become the backbone of these armies. This book explores the heterogeneous mixture of races within the Carthaginian forces, and discusses their clothing, equipment and weaponry. It details their tactical deployment and covers the campaign experiences of the great general Hannibal, who inflicted a number of defeats on Rome, before his eventual defeat at the battle of Zama in 202 BC.

Warrior149 Afrikakorps Soldier 1941-43. Paperback

  • Afrikakorps Soldier 1941-43. Warrior 149
  • Author: Pier Paolo Battistelli Illustrator: Raffaele Ruggeri
  • Paperback; 64 pages
  • This book explores the experiences of the German Afrikakorps soldier during the North Africa campaign, from the Korps’ arrival in–theatre in February 1941 to its eventual surrender in Tunisia in May 1943, with a particular focus on the intense period of warfare in the Western Desert between 1941 and 1942. Under the leadership of one of the war’s most famous commanders, Erwin Rommel, the Afrikakorps grew to include a broad range of armour, infantry, artillery, anti-tank, engineer, communications, supply, medical and service elements. The soldiers of the Afrikakorps considered themselves as part of an elite, a highly select group that had no equal, not only in the German Army, but in the rest of the world.

Warrior148 Long Range Desert Group Patrolman. The Western Desert 1940-43. Paperback

  • Long Range Desert Group Patrolman. The Western Desert 1940-43. Warrior 148
  • Author: Tim Moreman Illustrator: Raffaele Ruggeri
  • Paperback; 64 pages
  • Nicknamed the ‘Libyan Desert Taxi Service’ by the SAS, the Long Range Desert Group was tasked with strategic reconnaissance and raiding operations deep inside the enemy-held deserts of North Africa. Armed with light weapons only, and equipped with specially converted light cars and trucks capable of withstanding the harsh conditions, the LRDG quickly proved it could operate in parts of the desert which other troops, including the enemy, found impassable. This new Warrior title, examines the soldiers of the LRDG from the group’s formation, through training, to combat in vast, lonely, and deadly deserts of North Africa.

Warrior147 US Combat Engineer. Paperback

  • US Combat Engineer. Warrior 147
  • Author: Gordon L Rottman Illustrator: Adam Hook
  • Paperback; 64 pages
  • At its peak in World War II, the United States Army contained over 700 engineer battalions, along with numerous independent brigades and regiments. The specialized soldiers of the Engineers were tasked with a wide variety of crucially important tasks including river bridging, camouflage, airfield construction, and water and petroleum supply. However, despite their important support roles, the engineers were often employed on the front lines fighting beside the general infantry in the desperate battles of the European theatre. This book covers the role of these soldiers, from their recruitment and training, through their various support missions and combat experiences, forming an account of what it was truly like to be a combat engineer in World War II.

Warrior146 German Pionier 1939-45. Paperback

  • German Pionier 1939-45. Warrior 146
  • Author: Gordon L Rottman Illustrator: Carlos Chagas
  • Paperback; 64 pages

Warrior145 Ottoman Infantryman 1914-18

  • Ottoman Infantryman 1914-18. Warrior 145
  • By David Nicole. Illustrations by Christa Hook
  • Paperback, 64 pages. Following the Balkan Wars of 1912–1913, the Ottoman Empire undertook a massive military retraining program. Although many histories have depicted the Ottomans as a poor fighting force, this was more often due to poor leadership and logistics. The typical Ottoman soldier, the asker, was tough, well-trained, and courageous. While fighting over varied terrain from Gallipoli, to Mesopotamia and to the Caucasus, they proved themselves to be able front-line troops. This is the first English-language book to focus exclusively on the Ottoman infantryman in the First World War. Using a combination of first-hand accounts, period photographs and specially commissioned artwork, it explores the recruitment, training, and combat experiences of these often–neglected warriors.

Warrior144 Italian Blackshirt 1935–45. Paperback

  • Italian Blackshirt 1935–45. Warrior 144
  • Authors: Pier Paolo Battistelli Piero Crociani. Illustrator: Giuseppe Rava. January 2010; 64 pages; This book documents the experiences of the Italian armed Fascist militia, the Camicie Nere (Blackshirts). The Blackshirt legions were raised under army control from 1928, and were employed in 1933 in Libya in counterinsurgency operations against the Senussi tribes; from 1935 in Italy’s war against Ethiopia; and during the Spanish Civil War. Following the outbreak of World War II, the Blackshirts fought in North Africa, Greece, Croatia, on the Eastern Front and finally in Italy itself following the Allied invasion.

Warrior143. Galloglass Gaelic. Mercenary Warrior 1250-1600

  • Galloglass, Gaelic Mercenary Warrior 1250-1600
  • By Fergus Cannan. Illustrated by Sean O'Brogain
  • 64 pages.

Warrior142 Blue Division Soldier 1941–45. Spanish Volunteer on the Eastern Front. Paperback

  • Blue Division Soldier 1941–45. Spanish Volunteer on the Eastern Front. Paperback; Warrior 142
  • Author: Carlos Caballero Jurado. Illustrator: Ramiro Bujeiro. October 2009; 64 pages; The all-volunteer ‘Blue Division’ was a formation that allowed Franco’s technically neutral Spain to support Nazi Germany’s invasion of Russia. Following initial training in Germany, the Blue Division’s units were sent to the Eastern Front in August 1941, where, after a 40-day march to the front, the Division fought in several major actions including Leningrad. In 1943, with the tide turning against the Axis forces in Russia, the Division was ordered to be withdrawn, yet many men chose to stay on and serve with the Volunteer Legion. Even after the collapse in the East, some volunteered to serve with Waffen-SS units through to the fall of Berlin in 1945. This book narrates the experiences of the common soldier, exploring his motivation for serving the Wehrmacht, and detailing his dramatic experiences in a brutal and hostile theatre of World War II.

Warrior140 US Mechanized Infantryman in the First Gulf War. Paperback

  • US Mechanized Infantryman in the First Gulf War. Paperback; Warrior 140
  • Author: Gordon L Rottman. Illustrator: Adam Hook
  • August 2009; 64 pages; This new, all volunteer force was given the best training and equipment. Most notably, they were to be deployed onto the battlefield from the new M2 Bradley Armoured Fighting Vehicle. This book tells the story of the rise of the US mechanised infantryman, focusing on his recruitment, training, lifestyle and combat experiences in Iraq.

Warrior141 Merrill’s Marauders. Paperback

  • Merrill’s Marauders. Paperback. Warrior 141
  • Author: Edward Young. Illustrator: Adam Hook. October 2009; 64 pages; Merrill’s Marauders were the first American Army infantry unit to fight in the China-Burma-India theatre, and one of the most renowned units to come out of World War II. This book explores the creation, training and combat experiences of the Marauders, one of the most famous units in the US Army’s roll of honour

Warrior139 Byzantine Cavalryman c.900–1204. Paperback

  • Byzantine Cavalryman c.900–1204. Paperback; Warrior 139
  • Author: Timothy Dawson. Illustrator: Giuseppe Rava
  • August 2009; 64 pages; Regarded as the elite arm of the military during the Middle Byzantine period, the cavalry executed high speed reconnaissance, agile arrow barrages and crippling blows to enemy formations. Making use of original Greek source material, and featuring unpublished manuscript images, this follow-on volume to Warrior 118 Byzantine Infantryman c.900–1204 brings the world of the Byzantine cavalryman vividly to life.

Warrior137 Royal Marine Commando 1950–82. From Korea to the Falklands. Paperback

  • Royal Marine Commando 1950–82. From Korea to the Falklands. Paperback; Warrior 137
  • Author: Will Fowler. Illustrator: Raffaele Ruggeri
  • 2009; 64 pages; This book provides a detailed look at the service life of a Royal Marine Commando in a time of great change, exploring the developments that took place in recruitment, training, equipment, weaponry, dress and tactical deployment in the post-World War II period.

Warrior136 Chindit 1942–45. Paperback

  • Chindit 1942–45. Paperback; Warrior 136
  • Author: Tim Moreman. Illustrator: Peter Dennis
  • April 2009; 64 pages; The Chindits were a specially organised, equipped and trained body of men employing innovative fighting methods based on ideas originally developed by Major-General Orde Wingate. Accompanied by full-colour illustrations this book describes the origins of this elite formation, detailing their recruitment, training and specialist fighting methods, and reveals the distinctive dress, equipment and weapons used, as well as the immense hardships suffered by the officers and men involved.

Warrior135 North Vietnamese Army Soldier 1958–75. Paperback

  • North Vietnamese Army Soldier 1958–75. Paperback. Warrior 135
  • Author: Gordon L Rottman. Illustrator: Brian Delf
  • 2009; 64 pages; Covering the evolution of the forces from 1958 onwards, this book takes an in-depth look at the civilian and military lives of the soldiers, whilst accompanying artwork details the uniforms, weapons and equipment used by the NVA in their clash against America and her allies

Warrior134 French Poilu 1914–18. Paperback

  • French Poilu 1914–18. Paperback. Warrior 134
  • Author: Ian Sumner. Illustrator: Giuseppe Rava
  • 2009; 64 pages; During World War One the French Army was in a state of disarray, plagued by indiscipline, mutinies and desertion. The ordinary French citizens that were called upon to defend their motherland – the Poilu – were disrespected and demoralized, and the infamous mutinies of 1917 by the Poilu were not protests against the war itself, but against how the war was conducted.

Warrior133 SOE Agent. Churchill’s Secret Warriors. Paperback

  • SOE Agent. Churchill’s Secret Warriors. Paperback. Warrior 133
  • Author: Terry Crowdy. Illustrator: Steve Noon
  • 2008; 64 pages. On average a Special Operations Executive (SOE) agent would be dead within three months of being parachuted into action. Terry Crowdy tells the extraordinary story of these agents, some of whom were women as young as 22.

Warrior131 Nelson’s Officers and Midshipmen. Paperback

  • Nelson’s Officers and Midshipmen. Paperback; Warrior 131
  • Author: Gregory Fremont-Barnes. Illustrator: Steve Noon
  • 64 pages; 2009. Filled with the promise of adventure and glory, the Royal Navy of the Napoleonic era enticed hundreds of young men to enlist as officers in its bitter struggle against the French fleet. Drawing from letters, poems and personal accounts, this book uncovers the remarkable story of those boys who fought aboard His Majesty’s mighty ships-of-the-line to defend their kingdom against the French.

Warrior130 Tarentine Horseman of Magna Graecia. Paperback

  • Tarentine Horseman of Magna Graecia. Paperback. Warrior 130
  • Author: Nic Fields Illustrator: Sean O'Brogain
  • 2008; 64 pages. The Taras were the leading power of the scattered Greek states of southern Italy and built their reputation on the unmatched horse warriors who helped the Taras claim and maintain their power. In this book, expert author Nic Fields examines the Tarentine horsemen in detail, discussing their tactics, weapons and equipment and detailing how they operated as mercenaries throughout the region.

Warrior129 Frontier Militiaman in the War of 1812

  • Frontier Militiaman in the War of 1812. Warrior 129
  • Author: Ed Gilbert Illustrator: Adam Hook
  • 2008; 64 pages. Contemporary illustrations and artwork depict the rough life on campaign, the uniforms worn by the militia, and how they fought and won crucial battles against Creek forces before inflicting a stunning defeat on the British Army in 1815, opening up the frontier for the new nation.