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MI5 at War 1909-1918: How MI5 Foiled the Spies of the Kaiser in the First World War

by Chris Northcott

The years 1909-1918 can be regarded as formative for MI5, an era in which it developed from a small counterespionage bureau into an established security intelligence agency. MI5 had two main roles during this...

Visiting the Fallen-Arras South

by Peter Hughes

Like Ypres, Arras was a front line town throughout the Great War. From March 1916 it became home to the British Army and it remained so until the Advance to Victory was well under way. In 1917 the Battle of...

The Hunger War: Food, Rations & Rationing 1914-1918

by Matthew Richardson

In the First World War the supply of food to civilians became as significant a factor in final victory as success or defeat on the battlefields. Never before had the populations of entire countries lived under...

Whitehaven in the Great War

by Ruth Mansergh

Whitehaven in the Great War covers Whitehaven's immense contribution to the Great War effort; it is thought that 625 Whitehaven men - from a town that, in 1901, had a population of around 21,000 - lost their...

The German Army in the Spring Offensives 1917: Arras, Aisne, & Champagne

by Jack Sheldon

After the great battles of 1916, the Allied Armies planned to launch massive attacks North and South of the Somme. The German withdrawal to the Hindenburg Line in March 1917 forced the new French CinC General...

Irishmen in the Great War: Reports from the Front 1915

by Tom Burnell

In a quest to to discover the forgotten Irishmen in twenty-seven Irish newspapers, many of which are now obsolete, the author uncovered unbelievable and forgotten newspaper articles, cast aside since the 1920s...

To Hell and Back: Europe 1914-1949

by Ian Kershaw

"Chilling... To Hell and Back should be required reading in every chancellery, every editorial cockpit and every place where peevish Euroskeptics do their thinking…. Kershaw documents each and every ‘ism’...

Lemberg, Lwów, L'viv, 1914 - 1947: Violence and Ethnicity in a Contested City

by Christoph Mick

Known as Lemberg in German and Lwów in Polish, the city of L'viv in modern Ukraine was in the crosshairs of imperial and national aspirations for much of the twentieth century. This book tells the compelling...

The Battle of Jutland

by Jon Sutherland & Diane Canwell

The Battle of Jutland was the greatest naval engagement of the First World War, if not any war. Admiral Scheer had adopted a policy of launching attacks against the British coast. What he did not know was that...

Gloucestershire Hero: Brigadier Patsy Pagan's Great War Experiences

by Peter Rostron

Small in physical stature Colonel, later Brigadier, Patsy Pagan was seen as a giant by the men of the Gloucestershire Regiment, whom he commanded for over three gruelling years of The Great War. He and his Battalion...

Breaking Point of the French Army: The Nivelle Offensive of 1917

by David Murphy

In December 1916 General Robert Nivelle was appointed Commander-in-Chief of the French armies fighting the Germans on the Western Front. He had enjoyed a meteoric rise to high command and public acclaim since...

Victoria Crosses on the Western Front: April 1915-June 1916

by Paul Oldfield

During visits to the First World War battlefields the author often wondered where various Victoria Cross actions took place; he resolved to find out. Research commenced in 1988 and numerous sources have been...

The Fighting Pioneers: The Story of the 7th Battalion DLI

by Clive Dunn

Story of the 7th Battalion Durham Light Infantry. With the creation of the Territorial Force in 1908 the battalion was re-designated as the 7th Battalion. It went to France in April 1915 with the rest of the...

Ypres: Contemporary Combat Images from the Great War

by Bob Carruthers

This powerful collection, depicting the grim realities of the four-year struggle for the Ypres salient, showcases the work of the contemporary combat artists and illustrators from the Great War era. Included...

Missing But Not Forgotten: Men of the Thiepval Memorial-Somme

by Ken Linge & Pam Linge

The Thiepval Memorial commemorates over 72,000 men who have no known grave; all went missing in the Somme sector during the three years of conflict that finally ended on 20 March 1918. The book is not a military...

Weymouth, Dorchester & Portland in the Great War

by Jacqueline Wadsworth

When war was declared in 1914, the people of South Dorset were taken by surprise. Initially, there was excitement as the garrison town of Dorchester sprang to life, and Britain's Grand Fleet steamed from Portland...

Fight the Good Fight: Vocies of Faith from the First World War

by John Broom

Whilst a toxic mixture of nationalism and militarism tore Europe and the wider world apart from 1914 to 1919, there was one factor that united millions of people across all nations: that of a Christian faith....

Unforgettable Vietnam War: The American War in Vietnam - War in the Jungle

by Scott S. F. Meaker

Note: ***** This is a short Vietnam war book ***** The Vietnam War was fought like a war and it ended with both sides believing that they won. But it was not a war that started with a formal declaration of war....

Unforgettable World War II: Aftermath of the Extraordinary Second World War

by Scott S. F. Meaker

***This is a short book on the aftermath of the Extraordinary Second World War *** War has a tradition of changing the social and economic map of a country. The concept of family was completely torn apart with...

Hitler's War and the Horrific Account of the Holocaust

by Scott S. F. Meaker

Please Note: Hitler’s War and the Horrific Account of the Holocaust is a short book. The Holocaust remains as a reference to the destruction of about six million Jews. The collection of undesirables began...