Page 1 of 1

War by Saul David

Posted: Fri Sep 25, 2009 1:29 pm
by levyarcher

Editorial consultant: Saul David

Q. Who is the most decorated military hero in history?
Q. What is the most bizarre weapon ever used in warfare?
Q. What was it like to be held captive in Vietnam for almost 2,000 days?
Q. What was the greatest feat of military engineering?

Combining a clear and compelling historical narrative with hundreds of outstanding paintings and photographs, WAR is an unsurpassed visual history of every major conflict over the past 5,000 years, from the earliest battles to the War on Terror.

With a wealth of supporting features including eye-witness accounts, detailed galleries, and an exhaustive directory of battles and military miscellanea, WAR guides the reader through the strategies, tactics, warriors, weapons, technology and individuals that have shaped human warfare.

From sword and shield to shock and awe, this is the story of war with all its momentous, world-changing impact and extraordinary human stories.

War Book Launch

On Saturday 10th October 2009, DK will be hosting a FREE costumed book launch outside the Imperial War Museum, London to celebrate the release of War – a beautifully illustrated guide to military history, from the ancient world to the present day.

As well as fabulous prizes and DK offers, there will be a special talk in the museum about great soldiers throughout history by leading historian, Saul David.

£500 worth of cash and prizes can be won - impress us with your most authentic military costume and DK soldiers will be standing by to choose the most impressively dressed guest!

• This event and registration is FREE and open to the public

• The event will take place on Saturday 10th October, 2009 in the Geraldine Harmondsworth Park, outside The Imperial War Museum, Lambeth Road, London

• The event starts at 11am and finishes at 1pm

For more information and to register for the event, visit;

There will also be the chance to win a signed copy of this book in The Re-Enactor in the next couple of months.
Don't receive a free copy every month?