Knocked off Blood on the Snow, which does deal in detail with the Austrian winter offensives of 1914-1915, but which suffers from some remarkably clunky writing. It was only by dint of skimming the first two chapters that I managed to restrain myself from bouncing the book off the wall; things do improve from there.
Read Finnish Bomber Colours over the weekend. A typical work from MMP/Stratus; informative and well produced, but one might wish for a little wider organizational and operational context.
Just completed Minuteman: A Technical History of the Missile That Defined American Nuclear Warfare by David Stumpf. This is a very detailed look at the Minuteman program from a technical standpoint with an amazing amount of information. Quite a number of photos and illustrations included. Only recommended for the truly involved enthusiast.