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Guantánamo: What the World Should Know

by Michael Ratner, Ellen Ray & Anthony Lewis

In the months following its initial release, Guantánamo: What the World Should Know has proved to be a disturbingly accurate account of the Bush administration's tangle with civil liberties and torture. Written...


The Last Gentleman of the SAS

by John Randall & M J Trow

In 1945, John Randall was the first Allied officer to enter Bergen-Belsen – the concentration camp that would reveal the horrors of the Holocaust to the world.

Now in his 90s, Randall was one of that league...


Born to Lead?: Portraits of New Zealand Commanders

by Glyn Harper & Joel Hayward

Glyn Harper, Joel Hayward and a team of top military historians profile the most important commanders in New Zealand history, both Maori and Pakeha, from the nineteenth century to the recent past. Each writer...


Daughter of the Reich: The Incredible Life of Louise Fox

by Louise Fox & Cindy Dowling

In 'Daughter of the Reich', for the first time, the full story of Louise's extraordinary life can now be told. Her experiences of living under one of the most appalling yet fascinating regimes in history have...


The Seventh Sense: The Secrets of Remote Viewing as Told by a "Psychi

by Lyn Buchanan

For the past thirty years, the United States government has secretly trained a select corps of military personnel in the art of "remote viewing" -- the psychic ability to perceive the thoughts and experiences...


Mad Mitch's Tribal Law

by Aaron Edwards

Aden, 20 June 1967: two army Land Rovers burn ferociously in the midday sun. The bodies of British soldiers litter the road. Thick black smoke bellows above Crater town, home to insurgents who are fighting the...


Gardens of Stone: My Boyhood in the French Resistance

by Stephen Grady & Michael Wright

An extraordinary wartime memoir, combining the best kind of adventure story with a coming of age testimony of unforgettable resonance and poignancy. September 2011, Halkidiki, Northern Greece. A solitary 86...


Don't Say Goodbye: Our heroes and the families they leave behind

by Fiona Stanford

When you fall in love with someone serving in the Armed Forces, it?s hard to imagine the impact their career will have on your life.

In Don?t Say Goodbye, Fiona Stanford tells the untold story of the people...


Unsung Ordinary Men: A Generation Like No Other

by Sally Dingo

After spending over three years in the horrific prisoner-of-war camps, including those along the Thai-Burma Railway, Sally Dingo's father Max was one of the fortunate ones: he came home. And yet, like most of...


The Man Who Saw Too Much: David Brill, Combat Cameraman

by John Little

This is the story of David Brill, one of the very best of Australian cameramen - past and present. He is in the same company as Damien Parer and Neil Davis.

Over the past forty years he has covered wars and disasters...


Killer Caldwell: Australia's Greatest Figher Pilot

by Jeffrey Watson

Clive 'Killer' Caldwell was a natural and brilliant pilot, a superb shot, and a born leader. He saw action against the Germans, Italians and Japanese, and remains Australia's greatest ever fighter pilot.

Born...


Down in the Drink: Their Deadliest Enemy Was the Sea

by Ralph Barker

To crash or be shot down into the sea is a terrifying experience. And to escape to tell the tale is a rare and remarkable achievement. But that is precisely what each of the World War Two heroes described here...


The Green Marine: An Irishman's War in Iraq

by Graham Dale & Neil Fetherstonhaugh

Dubliner Graham Dale, an IT specialist living in Texas,?was working as a volunteer with a fire department when he heard that an airplane had hit the World Trade Centre in New York. As the tragic events unfolded...


Pathfinder: A Special Forces Mission Behind Enemy Lines

by David Blakeley

Nine men. 2,000 enemies. No back-up. No air support. No rescue. No chance...

First in - the official motto of one of the British Army's smallest and most secretive units, 16 Air Assault Brigade's Pathfinder Platoon....


72 Hours

by Frank Pope

The Royal Navy's dramatic race to save the crew of a trapped Russian submarine.

5 August 2005. On a secret mission to an underwater military installation 30 miles off the coast of Kamchatka, Russian Navy submersible...


The Honour and the Shame

by John KenneallyVC

Many years after becoming the youngest person ever to be awarded the VC for attacking a company of Panzer Grenadiers on his own - an action that proved a turning point in one of the major battles of the Second...


The Architect of Kokoda: Bert Kienzle - The Man Who Made the Kokoda Track

by Robyn Kienzle

In my humble opinion, Bert Kienzle did more than any other single man to make Australian victory possible.' Peter FitzSimons, author of Kokoda

In 1942, when the Japanese had invaded Papua New Guinea and the Australian...


War Behind the Wire: Australian Prisoners of War

by Michael Caulfield

Michael Caulfield presents accounts of Australian prisoners of war, capturing the Aussie spirit that manages to endure through all.


Life Beyond Adversities...Memoirs of a Military Chief

by Tonia M. Oldham

An encouraging, inspirational, spirit-filled, and at times, funny book that highlights Tonia's real life-changing experiences. This memoir will take the reader on a military and spiritual journey where Tonia...


The Last True Story I'll Ever Tell

by John Crawford

In the tradition of Michael Herr's Dispatches, a National Guardsman's account of the war in Iraq.

John Crawford joined the Florida National Guard to pay for his college tuition, willingly exchanging one weekend...