American Civil War 1861-1865

One of the most destructive Civil Wars in world history – brother against brother, uncle against nephew. Many thousands killed in action and died of disease (600,000). It may have stopped slavery but the South remains very resentful to this day. Good titles in stock.

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Anzac Day Reflection

Posted On May 06, 2018 | American Civil War 1861-1865,Aviation,Espionage,Military Biography,Military General,Naval,SIMMO,Special Forces and Airborne,The Great War 1914-1918,Vietnam,World War 2 1939 - 1945 | No Comments

Welcome to Catalogue 208, May 2018. This is my “Post ANZAC Day” list and it is a time of great remembrance. For the first time in my long life I didn’t participate in anything this year. Watching it all unfold on TV was a new experience. Must admit I was a bit overcome to see my mates swinging down the Terrace in sandy berets, where I would u...

A very Merry Book Christmas from Imprimatur Books

Posted On Dec 03, 2017 | American Civil War 1861-1865,Aviation,Espionage,Military Biography,Military General,Napoleonic,Naval,SIMMO,Special Forces and Airborne,The Great War 1914-1918,Vietnam,World War 2 1939 - 1945 | No Comments

As our 20% off Christmas list, Catalogue 205 hits the streets, Malone HQ is preparing for an unforgettable week with son Toby and his kids Cormac and Brigid flying in from Canada on Tuesday in preparation for daughter Georgia's wedding on Friday. But in the midst of our celebrations we mourn the lost of Bill Maher, a man of impressive credential...

November selection to tantalise you!

Posted On Nov 05, 2017 | American Civil War 1861-1865,Aviation,Espionage,Military Biography,Military General,Naval,SIMMO,Special Forces and Airborne,The Great War 1914-1918,Vietnam,World War 2 1939 - 1945 | No Comments

Welcome to the November Catalogue #204 which contains many sought-after titles. As we go to press we learn the sad news of the passing of the great SAS soldier Danny Wright. He served in Borneo with 1 SAS Sqn and two tours of Vietnam with 2 SAS Sqn and a further tour with the AATTV with his great mate Dave Scheele, DCM (RIP). He was known as ...

Imprimatur Books – still kicking in Catalogue 202

Posted On Sep 17, 2017 | American Civil War 1861-1865,Aviation,Espionage,Military Biography,Military General,Napoleonic,Naval,SIMMO,Special Forces and Airborne,The Great War 1914-1918,Vietnam,World War 2 1939 - 1945 | No Comments

At long last, Catalogue 202.  It has been a long time coming. I apologise for the lack of catalogues issuing from this fair establishment but I've been banged up in Hollywood Hospital for these last 3 months with ENDOCARDITIS!!! It's a bug in the lining of the heart which has been very difficult to kill. After 95 odd days in hospital being drow...

Rare finds in Catalogue 201

Posted On May 15, 2017 | American Civil War 1861-1865,Aviation,Espionage,Military Biography,Military General,Napoleonic,Naval,SIMMO,Special Forces and Airborne,The Great War 1914-1918,Vietnam,World War 2 1939 - 1945 | No Comments

Welcome to Catalogue 201, May 2017. Celebrated my 70th birthday last month, a monumental affair, surrounded by a few close friends, family and fellow lovers of fine red wine. Anyway, that’s now come and gone and all I can do is rejoice each morning when I realise I’m still on the mortal coil. Today is Mother’s Day and seeing my poor old Mum i...

25 Years and 200 Catalogues!

Posted On Mar 20, 2017 | American Civil War 1861-1865,Aviation,Espionage,Military Biography,Military General,Napoleonic,Naval,SIMMO,Special Forces and Airborne,The Great War 1914-1918,Vietnam,World War 2 1939 - 1945 | No Comments

Here we are at Catalogue #200! Who’da thought? It’s been a helter-skelter 25 years and I have many to thank. Firstly, the great Ken White in Canberra who had the most awesome collection of 1st and 2nd AIF unit histories. Ken inspired me to start a catalogue from my own collection. It was sad when he slipped into retirement and even sadder when ...

February Catalogue – Imprimatur Military Books

Posted On Feb 18, 2017 | American Civil War 1861-1865,Aviation,Espionage,Military Biography,Military General,Napoleonic,Naval,Poetry,SIMMO,Special Forces and Airborne,The Great War 1914-1918,Vietnam,World War 2 1939 - 1945 | No Comments

Welcome to Catalogue 199 February 2017. This list, our first for 2017 will set the scene for our 200th in March which we hope will be a whizbanger! It’s a list of great books among them being one of my favourite SOE books ‘BETWEEN SILK AND CYANIDE’ by the great code master Leo Marks (whose father owner the antiquarian bookshop at 84 Charing C...

Catalogue 196

Posted On Oct 12, 2016 | American Civil War 1861-1865,Aviation,Espionage,Military Biography,Military General,Napoleonic,Naval,SIMMO,Special Forces and Airborne,The Great War 1914-1918,Vietnam,World War 2 1939 - 1945 | No Comments

Welcome to Catalogue 196, October 2016. Spring is sprung here in lovely Perth after a considerable rainy winter (not complaining mind!). Hyde Park, which is literally our back yard, is pristine and the lakes are full. Our resident swans have again produced a brood of three and are very protective. Last years teenagers have taken to wing and spend a...

Catalogue 194

Posted On Jul 23, 2016 | American Civil War 1861-1865,Aviation,Espionage,Military Biography,Military General,Modern Firsts | No Comments

Catalogue 194 comes to you from the dead of winter here in chilly Perth where it was down to 1 degree this morning. And we’ve had lots of good, soaking rain with a lot more to come over the next week or so. Not bad for the driest capital city in Australia! A bit more rain may see the dams and aquifers topped up in prep for a following savagely ho...

Catalogue 193

Posted On Jun 12, 2016 | American Civil War 1861-1865,Aviation,Espionage,Military Biography,Military General,Modern Firsts,Napoleonic,Naval,SIMMO,Special Forces and Airborne,The Great War 1914-1918,Vietnam,World War 2 1939 - 1945 | No Comments

A wet weekend in the West has delivered Catalogue 193 for your interest.  Some great new titles for your collection - but be quick!   Cheers   Mick...