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The Malayan Emergency & Indonesian Confrontation: The Commonwealth's Wars 1948-1966

by Robert Jackson

The struggle with Communist terrorists in Malaya known as The Emergency became a textbook example of how to fight a guerrilla war, based on political as much as military means. This book deals with both the...

Long Left Flank: The hard Fought Way to the Reich 1944-1945

by Jeffery Williams

When in August, 1944, the Allies broke out of Normandy, the world's attention became fixed on the dramatic British and American armoured thrusts into the Rhine. The war in Europe seemed all but over. Far to...

London Scottish in the Great War

by Mark Lloyd

For two centuries the officers and men of the London Scottish have faithfully served their country, never more so than during the terrible years of the Great War. Initially with the 1st Guards Brigade, and later...

Letters from an Early Bird: The life and letters of Denys Corbett Wilson 1882 - 1915

by Donal Maccarron

This is the story of an early pioneer aviator who took to the air just a few years after the Wright Brothers proved that man was capable of controlled powered flight. Corbett Wilson (CW) was the only son of...

Leadership In Conflict

by Matthew Hughes & Matthew Seligmann

The First World War was a conflict in which personality and character mattered. Its course and outcome were decided by determined individuals who had to make momentous decisions in very trying circumstances....

The Last of the Bengal Lancers

by Francis Ingall

One of the last of the famed Bengal Lancers, Brigadier Ingall has spent most of his life in India and Pakistan. When he first went to India in 1929, all the officers were English and all the enlisted men were...

The Last Eleven: Winners of the Victoria Cross since the Second World War

by Mark Adkin

A study of the eleven post-war winners of the Victoria Cross, who, unless some are awarded during the Gulf crisis, will be the last eleven recipients of the award. These eleven Victoria Cross-winners served...

Kitchener's Army: The Raising of the New Armies 1914 - 1916

by Peter Simkins

Numbering over five million men, Britain's army in the First World War was the biggest in the country's history. Remarkably, nearly half those men who served in it were volunteers. 2,466,719 men enlisted between...

The KGB's Poison Factory

by Boris Volodarsky

In late November 2006 the world was shaken by the ruthless assassination in London of Alexander Litvinenko, a former Lt Col of the Russian security service (FSB). The murder was the most notorious crime committed...

John Talbot and the War in France 1427-1453

by A. J. Pollard

John Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury was the last of the celebrated English commanders of the Hundred Years' War. In his lifetime his reputation for audacity and courage gave him an unrivalled fame among the English,...

Japan's Blitzkrieg: The Allied Collapse in the East 1941-42

by Bernard Edwards

Early on the morning of 7 December 1941, 360 Japanese carrier-borne aircraft made a surprise attack on the US naval base at Pearl Harbor, and laid waste to the American Far East Fleet. They sank four battleships,...

Jai Sixth!: 6th Queen Elizabeth's own Gurkha Rifles 1817-1994

by James Lunt

This is the story of the 6th Queen Elizabeth's Own Gurkha Rifles from the Regiment raising in 1817 as the Cuttack Legion in the service of the Honourable East India Company until it's amalgamation with the 2nd...

Invasion Scare

by Michael Glover

In the Summer of 1940, after the evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force from Dunkirk and the Franco/German armistice which followed the fall of France, Britain stood alone against the the armed might...

I Survived, Didn't I?: The Great War Reminiscences of Private 'Ginger' Byrne

by Joy Cave

4124 Private Byrne, C,. 2nd Battalion the Hampshire Regiment, latterly transferred to the Machine Gun Corps; served Egypt, 1915; France and Belgium, 1916-1918; Germany 1918-1919; honourably discharged, 1919....

Homecoming Heroes: An account of the re-assimilation of British Military personnel into civilian life

by Peter Reese

It is a sad and shaming but indisputable fact that the reception according to British soldiers on returning to civilian life has for centuries been little short of disgraceful, and even in this more enlightened...

Historical Dreadnoughts: Marder and Roskill: Writing and Fighting Naval History

by Barry Gough

This is the story of the remarkable, intersecting careers of the two greatest writers on British naval history in the twentieth century - the American professor Arthur Marder, son of immigrant Russian Jews,...

Green Devils - Red Devils

by Edmund Blandford

World War II introduced a new chapter to the history of elite troops - the parachute and glider-borne soldiers of Germany and the Allies, whose story is told in this book. Despite their experimental nature,...

Friend or Foe: Friendly Fire at Sea 1939-1945

by Paul Kemp

During the Second World War, there were over 100 instances of naval engagements between ships, submarines and aircraft of the same side. In the past there has often been a reluctance by the authorities to admit...

Four Men Went to War

by Bruce Lewis

This book tells of the adventures of four men of different nationalities who found themselves caught up in the maelstrom of the Second World War.

A History of British Infantry: For Love of Regiment, Volume 2, 1915-1994

by Charles Messenger

The author explains how the tradition of loyalty to the regiment has served the British Army so well over the past 350 years and, in his vivid description of some of the major campaigns in which it has fought,...