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The Venlo Incident: A True Story of Double-Dealing, Captivity, and a Murderous Nazi Plot

by Nigel Jones

In November 1939, the Nazis used the so-called Venlo Incident as a pretext for invading the Netherlands. Following orders from Himmler, two British intelligence officers, Sigismund Payne Best and Richard Stevens,...


Special Operations in Iraq

by Mike Ryan

This sensational book reveals the true and compelling story of the Special Force units of the Coalition, such as the SAS, SBS and Delta Force who worked in the shadows, often unseen, unheard and unsung. It describes...


Rorke's Drift: Zulu War

by Ian Knight & Ian Castle

The heroic defence of the mission station at Rorke's Drift became the epic action of the Anglo-Zulu War. A small garrison defended this valuable border-post for ten hours and in the process won the northern...


Britain's Brigade of Gurkhas

by E.D Smith

Four regiments of Nepalese mountaineers remained with the British Army after Indian independence. They have seen a great deal of tough campaigning, particularly in Southeast Asia. This new edition updated to...


Flers & Gueudecourt: Somme

by Trevor Pidgeon

Flers is of course best remembered for the first use of tanks in modern war. But the battles at Flers and Gueudecourt were also memorable as forming part of the last great advance of the British Army in this...


A Haven in Hell

by Paul Chapman & Ted Smith

Talbot House Poperinghe was opened in November 1915 as a 'Soldiers Club' - a haven from hell - by two Chaplains of the 6th Division, Philip 'Tubby' Clayton and Neville Talbot. The house was dedicated to the...


A History of British Cavalry: Volume 5: 1914-1919 Egypt, Palestine and Syria

by Lord Anglesey

Volume V covers the last glory days of cavalry in World War I's Middle Eastern theater, as British, Indian, Australian and New Zealand cavalry conducted some of the most brilliant mounted operations of all time....


The Charging Buffalo: A History of the Kenya Regiment 1937 - 1963

by Guy Campbell

This title gives a complete history of the Kenya Regiment from 1937-1963.


Period Ship Modelmaking

by Philip Reed

This new shipmodeller's manual explains in graphic manner how to build a small 1/16th scale model of the American privateer schooner Prince de Neufchatel. She was one of a new class of large, fast and seaworthy...


St Quentin

by Philip Guest & Helen McPhail

After the First World War, how many thousands of British families would have proud or bitter reason to remember the name St Quentin? At least eight Divisions, 23 Brigades, 74 Battalions an enormous number of...


Catapult Aircraft: Seaplanes That Flew From Ships Without Flight Decks

by Leo Marriott

During World War I, the navies of the opposing forces discovered the value of aerial reconnaissance and many experiments were made to allow larger warships to carry one or sometimes two aircraft aboard. In the...


Monty's Marauders: The 4th and 8th Armoured Brigades in the Second World War

by Patrick Delaforce

When Monty was given Allied command of the D Day landings he wasted no time gathering around him individuals and formations he could trust. Foremost among the latter were two armoured brigades: 4th (Black Desert...


The Narrow Margin

by Derek Dempster & Derek Wood

The Battle of Britain saved the country from invasion. If the RAF had been defeated all the efforts of the British Army and the Royal Navy would hardly have averted defeat in the face of complete German air...


Ladysmith: The Siege

by Lewis Childs

In 1899 the Boers, armed with the latest European rifles and artillery, drove through Natal to help themselves to a seaport - Durban - only to spend their energies in laying siege to the market and railway town...


He Who Dares: Recollections of Service in the SAS, SBS and MI5

by David Sutherland

The author is of the generation that went straight from school to fighting in World War 2. In He Who Dares, he describes some of the actions undertaken by the SAS and SBS and provides a glimpse of the work done...


Night Action: MTB Flotilla at War

by Captain Peter Dickens

This memoir is Peter Dickens' account of his experiences as the young commander of the 21st MTB Flotilla during 1942-43, mainly in the North Sea and the Channel. In all the annals of the war at sea, comparatively...


French Cruisers: 1922-1956

by John Jordan & Jean Moulin

The French produced some of the most striking and innovatory interwar cruiser designs. A large amount of new information about these ships has become available over the past twenty years in France, but this...


Disasters Underground

by Nick McCamley

The rapid expansion of the RAF during the mid/late 1930s necessitated a massive storage requirement for high explosive bombs and other ordinance. Drawing on the experience of the Great War ammunition factories,...


Fly Navy: The View From the Cockpit 1945-2000

by Charles Manning

This book tells the full story of flight from sea, discussing the dangers that naturally come with this seemingly unnatural mode of airbase, including the unfortunate losses of over 900 men during this period....


Lost Lives, Lost Art: Jewish Collectors, Nazi Art Theft and the Quest for Justice

by Melissa Muller & Monica Tatzkow

From 1933 on Jewish collectors were under extraordinary pressure from German official and unofficial sources to surrender their priceless collections. Collectors reluctantly agreed to one-sided sales of masterpieces...