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A Higher Standard: Leadership Strategies from America's First Female Four-Star General

by Ann Dunwoody & Sandberg Sheryl

The first female Four-Star General in military history shares leadership lessons based on her 38 years of service in the US Army.


Gallipoli Sniper: The Remarkable Life of Billy Sing

by John Hamilton

This is a well-researched, detailed and compelling story.'
Defender Magazine

Billy Sing was a small, dark man - and a deadly killer. When, as a member of the Australian Imperial Force 5th Light Horse,...


Gallipoli Victoria Cross Hero: The Price of Valour- The Triumph and Tragedy of Hugo Throssell VC

by John Hamilton

The son of a former Premier of Western Australia, Hugo Throssell, volunteered to join the Imperial Australian Force which was shipped to Gallipoli in 1915. He was a member of the 10th Australian Light Horse...


The Men Behind Monty

by Richard Mead

The Men Behind Monty examines the role played by the staff in the victorious campaigns of Field Marshal Viscount Montgomery, Britain's most successful field commander since the Duke of Wellington.

When...


Armoured  Horseman: With the Bays and Eight Army in North Africa and Italy

by Peter Willett

New memoirs by combatants in the Second World War are sadly rare today due to the passage of time. Tanks and Thoroughbreds will be warmly welcomed as the author, now into his 90s, fought through with The Bays...


Omar Al-Bashir and Africa's Longest War

by Paul Moorcraft

President Omar al-Bashir is Africa's and arguably Arabia's most controversial leader. In power since 1989, he is the first sitting head of state to be issued with an arrest warrant, for war crimes, by International...


Genghis Khan: his life and battles

by Jacob Abbott

The word khan is not a name, but a title. It means chieftain or king. It is a word used in various forms by the different tribes and nations that from time immemorial have inhabited Central Asia, and has been...


The Price of Valor: The Life of Audie Murphy, America's Most Decorated Hero of World War II

by David A. Smith

When he was seventeen years old, Audie Murphy falsified his birth records so he could enlist in the Army and help defeat the Nazis. When he was nineteen, he single-handedly turned back the German Army at the...


Fear Drive My Feet: Text Classics

by Peter Ryan & Peter Pierce

Fear Drive My Feet is Peter Ryan's enduring account of his time patrolling isolated regions of New Guinea during World War II. Far from his fellow Australians and with Japanese forces closing in around him,...


Gray Work

by Jamie Smith & Hugh Martin

In this unprecedented book, a paramilitary contractor with more than two decades of experience gives us a firsthand look into the secret lives of America’s private warriors and their highly covert work around...


For Brotherhood and Duty: The Civil War History of the West Point Class of 1862

by Brian R. McEnany

During the tense months leading up to the American Civil War, the cadets at the United States Military Academy at West Point continued their education even as the nation threatened to dissolve around them. Students...


Sparta: Unfit for Empire

by Godfrey Hutchinson

The end of the Peloponnesian War saw Sparta emerge as the dominant power in the Greek world. Had she used this position wisely her hegemony might have been secure. As it was, she embarked on actions that her...


Colin Campbell: Lord Clyde

by Archibald Forbes

The British Military Service is fertile in curious contrasts. Among the officers who sailed from England for the East in the spring of 1854 were three veterans who had soldiered under the Great Duke in Portugal...


Fighting Emperors of Byzantium

by John Carr

The Eastern Roman or 'Byzantine' Empire had to fight for survival throughout its long history so military ability was a prime requisite for a successful Emperor. John Carr concentrates on the personal and military...


Miss Cavell Was Shot: The Diaries of Amy Hodson, 1914-1920

by Monica Kendall

In August 1914, thirteen-year-old Amy was trapped on the Belgian seacoast as war was declared with Germany, alone with her younger brothers. British, resilient and feisty, she got back to occupied Brussels and...


A Warrior's Faith

by Robert Vera

An exhilarating story of a young Navy SEAL whose relentless faith transformed his life and inspired everyone who knew his courageous story.

In A Warrior’s Faith, Ryan Job’s close friend, Robert Vera, recounts...


The Story of Eddie Routh: The Man Who Killed Chrish Kyle

by Terry Mason

Chris Kyle was shot at point blank range by a disturbed former Marine he was trying to help. Who is Eddie Routh?


Marcus Agrippa: Right-hand Man of Caesar Augustus

by Lindsay Powell

Marcus Agrippa personified the term 'right-hand man'. As Emperor Augustus' deputy, he waged wars, pacified provinces, beautified Rome, and played a crucial role in laying the foundations of the Pax Romana for...


The Madness of Alexander the Great: And the Myth of Military Genius

by Richard A Gabriel

Over the years, some 20,000 books and articles have been written about Alexander the Great, the vast majority hailing him as possibly the greatest general that ever lived. Richard A. Gabriel, however, argues...


From Colonial Warrior to Western Front Flyer: The Five Wars of Sydney Herbert Bywater Harris

by Carole McEntee-Taylor

Sydney Herbert Bywater Harris was an adventurer, a man possessed of great courage and charm, who fulfilled every schoolboy fantasy and really did 'live the dream'. 

The second youngest of seven children,...