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Month: April 2014

Classic Suzuki Two-Strokes Compendium

Classic Suzuki Two Strokes Compendium
Classic Suzuki Two Strokes Compendium
Get the Suzuki Two-strokes website (plus more) to burn to CD-ROM or view offline - also includes parts manuals for T500 and GT500, service manuals for the T500 and the GT500 Technical Supplement.. Includes all technical data from the website plus much more - this download is chock full of all the 500 Suzuki material that you can view on the website and includes photos that are not on the website due to size constraints. Plus a selection of racing video clips of the T500 and TR500. Free access to years of experience with these machines and the most comprehensive information and galleries you can find. Also extensive coverage of GT750, TR750, TR250, GT380, GT550, T250, T350 and other Suzuki two-strokes (as on the website). Download now (7 zipped files - 638MB) and burn to CD or view on your computer.

 

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A Visit to Three Fronts – Arthur Conan Doyle

A Visit to Three Fronts - Arthur Conan Doyle
A Visit to Three Fronts - Arthur Conan Doyle
A visit to the British, French and Italian lines in WW1

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The Dardanelles – Their Significance and Their Story in the Great War – Rare 1915 book on the campaign

The Dardanelles - Their Significance and Their Story in the Great Wa
The Dardanelles - Their Significance and Their Story in the Great Wa
A book by EC Buley which describes the long and fascinating history of the Dardanelles (Hellespont) putting into context the campaign of 1915. Covers the attempt to force a passage through the straits and the landings at Cape Helles and ANZAC. A very popular account at the time but now very hard to find. Includes several interesting plates of the Castle at Sedd-ul-Bahr and maps. A must have for the Gallipoli collection.

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