Prit Buttar

Prit Buttar

Upcoming Prit Buttar Books

September 10th, 2024: Hero City: Leningrad 1943–44 (Non-Fiction)

To Besiege a City (Non-Fiction) was the most recently released book by Prit Buttar, on September 12th, 2023.

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Below is a complete list of Prit Buttar books in publication and chronological order, broken down by series.

List of The Eastern Front Books in Publication Order

List of Non-Fiction Books in Publication Order

List of General Military Books in Publication Order

Explores famous battles, leaders, and general details in military history, offering informed insights in a well-researched and engaging manner.

# ReadTitle Avg. Year Book Link
1
0
2
1950
3
1988
4
1989
5
1999
6
2003
7
2004
8
2005
9
2006
10
2006
11
2007
12
2008
13
Warship 2008 ( By: John Jordan)
2008
14
2008
15
2009
16
2009
17
2009
18
2010
19
The Road to Victory: From Pearl Harbor to Okinawa (By: Dale A. Dye, Robert J. O'Neill)
2011
20
2011
21
2011
22
Warship 2011 ( By: John Jordan)
2011
23
2011
24
Panther: Germany's quest for combat dominance (By: Michael; Green Gladys Green)
2012
25
The Para Fitness Guide (By: Sam McGrath)
2012
26
2012
27
The Commando Pocket Manual: 1940-1945 (By: Christopher Westhorp)
2012
28
2012
29
2014
30
2014
31
2014
32
2014
33
The SAS Pocket Manual: 1941-1945 (By: Christopher Westhorp)
2014
34
2015
35
2015
36
2015
37
2015
38
2015
39
Finland at War: The Continuation and Lapland Wars 1941–45 (By: Chris Birks, Vesa Nenye, Peter Munter, Toni Wirtanen)
2016
40
2016
41
2016
42
2016
43
2016
44
2016
45
2017
46
Loco Spotter’s Guide (By: Stuart Black)
2017
47
2017
48
2017
49
2017
50
Soviet T-10 Heavy Tank and Variants (By: Stephen Sewell, James Kinnear)
2017
51
2017
52
2017
53
2017
54
Panther (By: Thomas Anderson)
2017
55
2017
56
Concorde Pocket Manual (By: Richard Johnstone-Bryden)
2017
57
2017
58
Case Red: The Collapse of France (By: Robert Forczyk)
2017
59
2018
60
2018
61
2018
62
Cutty Sark Pocket Manual (By: Arron Hewett, Louise MacFarlane)
2018
63
2018
64
Tidal Wave: From Leyte Gulf to Tokyo Bay (By: Thomas McKelvey Cleaver)
2018
65
HMS Belfast Pocket Manual (By: John Blake)
2018
66
2018
67
2018
68
Valley Of The Shadow: The Siege Of Dien Bien Phu (By: Kevin M. Boylan, Luc Olivier)
2018
69
2018
70
2018
71
62018
72
2018
73
2018
74
Soviet T-54 Main Battle Tank (By: Stephen Sewell, James Kinnear, Andrey Aksenov)
2018
75
Hitler's Death (By: Luke Daly-Groves)
2019
76
2019
77
2019
78
2019
79
2019
80
2019
81
2019
82
2019
83
2019
84
World War II Battle by Battle (By: Nikolai Bogdanovic)
2019
85
2019
86
Warship 2019 ( By: John Jordan)
2019
87
2019
88
2019
89
2019
90
Soviet T-55 Main Battle Tank (By: Stephen Sewell, James Kinnear, Andrey Aksenov)
2019
91
2019
92
2019
93
2019
94
2019
95
2019
96
2020
97
2020
98
2020
99
2020
100
2020
101
2020
102
2020
103
2020
104
2020
105
2020
106
2020
107
2020
108
2021
109
Warship 2021 (By: John Jordan)
2021
110
Soviet T-62 Main Battle Tank (By: Stephen Sewell, James Kinnear, Andrey Aksenov)
2021
111
2021
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Prit Buttar: Biography

Prit Buttar is probably best known for their Non-Fiction Books. There are currently 8 books available. The first was released in 2005 with the book There Stood A Soldier. The most recently released book was To Besiege a City which was released in 2023. There is an upcoming standalone novel entitled Hero City: Leningrad 1943–44 which is being released on September 10th, 2024.

Prit Buttar has also written the General Military series which has 111 books including The British Home Guard Pocketbook and Otto Skorzeny: The Devil’s Disciple.

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Prit Buttar: F.A.Q

What was the first book Prit Buttar wrote?

The first book written by Prit Buttar was There Stood A Soldier, published in 2005.

What was the most recent book Prit Buttar wrote?

Their most recently released work was To Besiege a City on September 12th, 2023.

Will there be any more books by Prit Buttar?

Prit Buttar has a new book coming out on September 10th, 2024 called Hero City: Leningrad 1943–44.

How many books has Prit Buttar written?

Prit Buttar has written 15 books. 2 books in The Eastern Front Series, 8 books in the Non-Fiction Books, 5 books in the General Military Series.

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