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A Companion & Guide to the Wars of the Roses

by Peter Bramley

The Wars of the Roses (1455-85) saw the end of Plantagenet rule in England and Wales, and the accession of the Tudor dynasty to the throne. It is sometimes seen as the end of the Middle Ages in England, and...


The Bloody Battle for Tilly: Normandy 1944

by Ken Tout

The fierce battle to capture the French village of Tilly-la-Champagne was an exceptionally bloody episode in the story of the allied breakout from Normandy in the summer of 1944. Small Allied infantry units...


Cheer Up, Mate!: Second World War Humour

by Alan Weeks

Between 1939 and 1945 the world witnessed what is generally agreed to be the most horrific war in history. Millions died and millions more where physically or psychologically wounded by the conflict. Yet amidst...


Starkeye & Co: Life at a Grammar School in the 1940s

by Berwick Coates

Blitz survivor, ex-evacuee, veteran of five primary schools and denizen of a typical London suburb, Berwick Coates won a scholarship to a grammar school in 1940. All he know about was German aircraft recognition,...


Slippery Tipples: A Guide to Weird and Wonderful Spirits and Liqueurs

by Joseph Piercy

From the Eastern European favourites such as Becherovka whose recipe is known to only two people to legendary drinks such as Absinthe which was banned due to alleged hallucinogenic effect. From classic cocktail...


Oyster: A World History

by Drew Smith

Oysters are older than us, older than grass. They have been present at every turn of human history. They have inspired great writers, painters, cooks, sustained whole communities and fashioned legend and history....


Mrs Hibbert's Pick-Me-Up and Other Recipes from a Yorkshire Dale

by Joanna Dawson & Joanna Moody

Joanna Dawson, a Methodist local preacher, dairy farmer and local historian, combined her religious faith with a delight in the local traditions of agriculture and domestic affairs in the Yorkshire Dales. As...


Mother Country: Britain's Black Community on the Home Front, 1939-45

by Stephen Bourne

Very little attention has been given to black British and West African and Caribbean citizens who lived and worked on the 'front line' during the Second World War. Yet black people were under fire in cities...


Churchill's Unexpected Guests: Prisoners of War in Britain in World War II

by Sophie Jackson

During World War II over 400,000 Germans and Italians were held in prison camps in Britain. These men played a vital part in the life of war-torn Britain, from working in the fields to repairing bomb-damaged...


The Prison Cookbook

by Peter Higginbotham

This copiously illustrated book takes the lid off the real story of prison food. Including the full text of an original prison cookery manual compiled at Pankhurst Prison in 1902, it examines the history of...


Stepping Stones to the Stars: The Story of Manned Spaceflight

by Terry C Treadwell

Stepping Stones to the Stars is the story of manned spaceflight from its inception to the era of the Space Shuttle. It begins with a short history of the evolution of the rocket, before describing the first...


Life in Brighton

by Clifford Musgrave

Brilliantly researched and written, this is the definitive history of the city. Divided into five sections - Fishermen and Farmers, Princes and Palaces, Late Georgian, Victorian Marvels and Mysteries, Battle...


Woods & People: Putting Forests on the Map

by David Foot

It seems that forests have never been more in the news than they are today. The part played by the tropical forests in sustaining the world's climate is well understood, but they are in drastic decline. Our...


George & Robert Stephenson: A Passion for Success

by David Ross

From poverty to immense wealth, from humble beginnings to international celebrity, George and Robert Stephenson's was an extraordinary joint career. Together they overshadow all other engineers, with the possible...


Gloucestershire 300 Years Ago

by Alan Pilbeam

Sir Robert Atkyns's Ancient and Present State of Glostershire, which appeared in 1712, was the first published survey of the county. Alan Pilbeam's Gloucestershire 300 Years Ago is written to celebrate Atkyns's...


A British Boy in Fascist Italy

by Peter Ghiringhelli

Peter Ghiringhelli's turbulent childhood as the son of Italian Fascist parents saw him deported from England to Italy at the start of the Second World War. Here Peter witnessed at first hand what life was like...


The Newcastle Book of Days

by Jo Bath & Richard F Stevenson

Taking you through the year day by day, The Newcastle Book of Days contains quirky, eccentric, amusing and important events and facts from different periods in the history of the city. Ideal for dipping into,...


The Fighting Fourth: No 4 Commando at War 1940-45

by James Dunning

Covering the legendary Lofoten and Dieppe raids, the D-Day landings and the capture of Flushing, James Dunning recounts the history of No 4 Commando, an elite wartime special service unit, from formation in...


Evader

by Derek Shuff

In 1941 air gunner Sergeant Jack Newton's Wellington is hit by flak on his first bombing raid over Germany. Miraculously, the skipper makes an emergency landing on a German-occupied Belgian airfield, narrowly...


The Lessons of War: The Experiences of Seven Future Leaders in the First World War

by William van der Kloot

Examines the experiences of seven national leaders during the First World War including Adolf Hitler, Charles de Gaulle, Benito Mussolini, Gustav Mannerheim, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, Harold Macmillan and Herbert...