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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...

The Red Baron

by Manfred von Richthofen

Manfred von Richthofen - the Red Baron - was the most celebrated fighter pilot of the First World War, and was holder of the Blue Max, Pour le Mérite, Germany's highest military decoration. He was credited...

Report on Experience: The Memoir of the Allies War

by John Mulgan

Common men no longer start wars: they take part in them when someone else has started them. War nowadays is a major accident and calamity, it is a storm that is seen a long way off' Report on Experience is an...

High Stakes: Britain's Air Arms in Action 1945-1990

by Vic Flintham

After the dust of World War II had settled, the military position of the UK was far from straightforward. It was of course allied to the USA and part of NATO, but it was at odds with the former in maintaining...

Blitzkrieg No Longer

by Samuel Mitcham

In 1939, the Germans stormed into Poland, shocking the world with the speed, the destructiveness, the seeming invincibility of their blitzkrieg. By 1943, the tide had started to turn. Successes still came, but...

The Secret Army: The Memoirs of General Bor-Komorowski

by Tadeusz Bor-komorowski

Tadeusz Komorowski was born in 1895 in Galicia, a region then ruled by the Austrians, and he served in the Austro-Hungarian Army in the First World War. Poland regained its independence in 1918, and Komorowski...

Welsh Guards

by John Retallack & HRH the Prince of Wales

Although the youngest of the Regiments in the Household Division, the Welsh Guards have established a reputation on both the battlefield, and on the parade ground, that is fully equal to the proud standards...

Ready For Anything: The Royal Fleet Auxiliary 1905-1950

by Geoff puddefoot

Set up in August 1905, the Royal Fleet Auxiliary - unofficial motto: Ready for Anything - was originally a logistic support organisation, Admiralty-owned but run on civilian lines, comprising a miscellaneous...

Baghdad or Bust

by Mike Ryan

This is the true and compelling story of the sensationally successful joint US and UK campaign to liberate Iraq from the oppressive regime of Saddam Hussein from its conception to dramatic conclusion. The author...

Sound Barrier: The Rocky Road to MACH 1.0+

by Peter Caygill

As the speed of early aircraft gradually increased there eventually became an awareness during the 1940's, that strange things were occurring at around 500mph. Many later WW2 fighter aircraft were reported to...

Kaigun: Strategy, Tactics, and Technology in the Imperial Japanese Navy 1887-1941

by David C. Evans & Mark R. Peattie

One of the great spectacles of recent naval history was the Imperial Japanese Navy's instrumental role in Japan's rise from an isolationist feudal kingdom to a potent military empire, stridently confronting,...

The Western Front 1914-1918

by John Terraine

John Terraine, perhaps the most distinguished historian of the First World War, addresses a number of particular topics in this collection of fascinating essays. The author's lucid style stands out in making...

The Doomed Expedition: The Campaign in Norway, 1940

by Jack Adams

The Doomed Expedition tells the story of the counter against the German invasion of Norway and its failings.

X.1: The Royal Navy's Mystery Submarine

by Roger Branfill-Cook

The 'X' stood for experimental, but it might equally have meant extraordinary, exotic or extravagant, as this giant submarine attracted superlatives - the world's largest, most heavily armed, and deepest diving...

Staff Officer: The Diaries of Lord Moyne 1914-1918

by Brian Bond

This book tells the story of Walter Guinness and his action during world war I. He served at Gallipoli and on the western front.

Dance of War: The Story of the Battle of Egypt

by Peter Bates

Based on research in England, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand, this is a detailed account and analysis of Rommel's attempt in July 1942 to break through to Cairo and Alexandria, and the 8th Army's successful...

A Serious Disappointment: The Battle of Aubers Ridge 1915 and the Munitions Scandal

by Adrian Bristow

On 9 May 1915 the British First Army under Haig and the French Tenth Army launched a joint offensive against the Germans on the Western Front. The British attempt to capture Aubers Ridge ended up a disaster....