Previews: More from Savas Beatie

30 07 2019

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The good folks at Savas Beatie, prolific publishers of our peculiar predilection, have been busy this year. Over the past couple of months, they’ve cranked out a number of new books, and I think I’ve received most of them. Due to time restraints, I’ve provided titles, authors, and links for info and ordering.

 

 


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31 07 2019
ted Savas

Thanks Harry. Hopefully you will find some time to do more in depth with some of these titles!

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31 07 2019
Harry Smeltzer

I’ve set up two interviews so far, Ted.

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31 07 2019
ted Savas

Thanks Harry. We appreciate it.

John–Have you read Hunt’s two books (thus far) his three-volume trilogy? Really amazing work. Of course, as publisher, I like all we do (Mingus’ latest is a micro-slice, but fascinating; Ron Kirkwood’s is staggeringly fresh and new when it comes to Gettysburg).

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31 07 2019
John Foskett

Ted: I have the first – and it’s very good. Haven’t gotten to the second yet or (obviously) to the forthcoming “prequel” by Ryan/Schaus..

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31 07 2019
John Foskett

The Hessler/Isenberg and Powell books are nice additions to the library.

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