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Fleet Air Arm Carrier War: The History of British Naval Aviation

by Kev Darling

This is the story of British naval flying from aircraft carriers, from its conception in World War One to the present day. It includes the types of aircraft and the men who flew them, the carriers and the evolution...


Ivan the Terrible: A Military History

by Alexander Filjushkin

Ivan was also the first Russian ruler to invade Europe, and his Campaigns against the Livonian Confederation were initially very successful. In 1558, Russian soldiers occupied Dorpat and Narva, and laid siege...


Sea Harrier Over the Falklands

by DSC, AFC, RN, Commander 'Sharkey' Ward

Sharkey Ward commanded 801 Naval Air Squadron, "HMS Invincible", during the Falkland War of April to June 1982, and was senior Sea Harrier adviser to the command on the tactics, direction and progress of the...


The 2nd Norfolk Regiment: From Le Paradis to Kohima

by Peter Hart

The Second World War is vanishing into the pages of history. The veterans were once all around us, but their numbers are fast diminishing. While still in their prime many recorded their memories with Peter Hart...


Tudor Sea Power: The Foundation of Greatness

by David Childs

In the sixteenth century England turned from being an insignifcant part of an offshore island into a nation respected and feared in Europe. This was not achieved through empire building, conquest, large armies,...


Square Rigger Days: Autobiographies of Sail

by Charles W Domvillefife

There are few books that describe accurately life on board sailing ships in the last days of sail, from the 1860s to the First World War; the romantic image conjured up by many who wrote from a safe distance...


Worcestor 1651

by Malcolm Atkin

The Battle of Worcester on 3 September 1651 was the final decisive engagement of the English Civil Wars. In this fascinating guide, Malcolm Atkin sets out in a graphic and easily understood way the movements...


Galloping at Everything: The British Cavalry in the Peninsular War and at Waterloo 1808-15

by Ian Fletcher

The poor discipline demonstrated by the British cavalry commanded by general Slade at Maguilla in 1812 prompted the Duke of Wellington's famous remark that British cavalry officers were in the habit of 'galloping...


VCs of the First World War: The Final Days 1918

by Gerald Gliddon

The latest volume in the series covering the final days of the war on the Western Front from the Allied Armies being poised to capture the Hindenburg Line to the Armistice on 11 November 1918. The book opens...


Battle Story Somme 1916

by Andrew Robertshaw

The Battle of the Somme raged from 1 July to 18 November 1916 and was one of the bloodiest fought in military history. It has come to signify for many the waste and bloodshed of the First World War as hundreds...


Moonshine: A Cultural History of America's Infamous Liquor

by Jaime Joyce

Nothing but clear, 100-proof American history. Hooch. White lightning. White whiskey. Mountain dew. Moonshine goes by many names. So what is it, really? Technically speaking, "moonshine" refers to untaxed liquor...


Iowa Class Battleships

by Lester Abbey

The 'ShipCraft' series provides in-depth information about building and modifying model kits of famous warship types. Lavishly illustrated, each book takes the modeller through a brief history of the subject...


Italian Rapier Combat

by Ridolfo Capo Ferro

This beautifully illustrated and detailed book presents one of the world's most influential fencing treatises. Ridolfo Capo Ferro was a legend in his own lifetime and his intricate and exact instructions were...


Elite Panzer Strike Force: Germany's Panzer Lehr Division in World War II

by Franz Kurowski

The Panzer Lehr Division, a German armoured division during World War II, was one of the most Elite units in the entire German Wehrmacht Heer. It was formed in 1943 from various units of elite training and demonstration...


Naval Weapons of World War One

by Norman Friedman

Although the Great War might be regarded as the heyday of the big-gun at sea, it also saw the maturing of underwater weapons - the mine and torpedo - as well as the first signs of the future potency of air power....


RAF Little Rissington: The Central Flying School 1946 - 76

by R. Deacon, A. Pollock & M. Thomas

In the three decades between 1946 and 1976, the Central Flying School which was based at Little Rissington, produced over 6000 fledgling Qualified Flying Instructors and continually endeavoured to monitor and...


Tracing British Battalions on the Somme

by Ray Westlake

Although seventy-eight years have passed since the Battle of the Somme was fought, interest in this, the bloodiest battle of the First World War, has never waned. Ray Westlake has collated all the information...


Rebuilding the Royal Navy: Warship Design Since 1945

by D. K. Brown & George Moore

This design history of post-war British warship development, based on both declassified documentation and personal experience, is the fourth and final volume in the author's masterly account of development of...


The Emperor's Guest

by John Fletcher-Cooke

Seen through the eyes of John Fletcher-Cooke, the horrifying, but by now often-told story of the treatment meted out by the Japanese to their prisoners of war takes on an entirely new light. His is a book written...


Dreadnought to Daring: 100 Years of Comment, Controversy and Debate in The Naval Review

by Peter Hore

Dreadnought to Daring is an absorbing and highly readable summary of a century of naval thinking which has been written by some of the leading lights in contemporary naval history. Founded in 1912 by some of...