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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...


Companion to the Red Army 1939-1945

by Steven J Zaloga & Leland S Ness

Reviews the historical background of Stalin's Red Army in the years leading up to the outbreak of war in 1939, discussing the major themes in the development of Soviet forces during the 'Great Patriotic War'...


Companion to the British Army 1939-1945

by George Forty

When the Second World War was declared in 1939, the British Army was very much the 'Cinderella' of the three armed services, with a total strength of around 865,000 men. This title presents a comprehensive overview...


In the Shadow of Arnhem

by Ken Tout

The Battle of Arnhem in September 1944 has been much publicised, with its extraordinary parachute drop and gallant defence by Frost's few men of the bridge at Arnhem. Although the campaign came close to success,...


OSS Against the Reich

by Nelson D. Lankford

OSS against the Reich presents the previously unpublished World War II diaries of Colonel David K.E. Bruce, London branch chief of America's first secret intelligence agency, as he observed the war against Hitler....


Battle for the North Atlantic: The Strategic Naval Campaign That Won World War II in Europe

by John R. Bruning

The Battle of the North Atlantic was the longest continuous military campaign of World War II, running from 1939 until the defeat of Nazi Germany in 1945, though it reached its peak from mid-1940 through the...


A History of the Dora Camp: The Untold Story of the Nazi Slave Labor Camp That Secretly Manufactured V-2 Rockets

by Andre Sellier & Michael J. Neufeld

A former prisoner tells the untold story of the Nazi concentration camp that secretly manufactured V-2 rockets.


Capturing the Women's Army Corps: The World War II Photographs of Captain Charlotte T. McGraw

by Ronald Kevin Bullis, Francoise Barnes Bonnell & Gwen Bingham

The photographs taken by Charlotte T. McGraw, the official Women's Army Corps photographer during World War II, offer the single most comprehensive visual record of the approximately 140,000 women who served...


Das Reich: The March of the 2nd SS Panzer Division Through France, June 1944

by Max Hastings

World-renowned British historian Sir Max Hastings recounts one of the most horrific months of World War II. June 1944, the month of the D-Day landings carried out by Allied forces in Normandy, France. Germany's...


If War Should Come: Defence Preparations on the South Coast, 1935-1939

by Philip MacDougall

When Britain declared war on Nazi Germany in 1939, it did not come as a surprise. Hitler's remilitarisation and repudiation of the Treaty of Versailles sounded a warning bell for what was to follow. Philip MacDougall...


Odette: World War Two's Darling Spy

by Penny Starns

Odette Brailly had been the first woman to be awarded the GC, as well as the Legion d'Honneur. This biography reveals the story of this wartime heroine and the officer who posed as her husband. It also reveals...


Into the Night Sky: RAF Middleton St George - A Bomber Airfield at War

by Paul Tweddle

Britain's most northerly bomber base in County Durham played a key role in the RAF's strategic night bomber offensive against Germany - from when the resident Whiteley bomber squadron flew its first offensive...


Hitler's Siegfried Line

by Neil Short

The Siegfried Line was a mammoth wall of German defences that stretched from the Swiss border to Aachen, approximately 300 miles long and, in places, up to 20 miles deep. Built by Nazi Germany between 1936-38,...


Assault on Sicily: Monty and Patton at War

by Ken Ford

Operation 'Husky' was the only action in WWII where the whole Allied war effort was brought to bear on a single objective, with one army commanded by Patton and another by Montgomery. The seeds of rivalry between...


Flights into History: Final Missions Retold by Research and Archaeology

by Ian McLachlan

In this book, aviation archaeologist Ian McLachlan reconstructs the dramatic last flights of Second World War airmen. He tells stories such as that of the final flight of an intruder Mosquito pursuing a German...


Growing into War

by Michael Gill

Michael Gill's account of the Second World War as he observed it.


Black Propaganda in the Second World War

by Stanley Newcourt-Nowodworski

In Black Propaganda, the author examines the 'black arts' of Britain, Poland and the Nazis during the Second World War.


French Eagles, Soviet Heroes: The Normandie-Niemen Squadrons on the Eastern Front

by John D Clarke

On 1 September 1942, the Groupe de Chasse III or 3rd Fighter Group 'Normandie' was created. The first of the Western Allies to capture and occupy German territory, 'Normandie-Niemen' clashed with the crack German...


Evacuees: Evacuation in Wartime Britain 1939-1945

by Mike Brown

As the last days of peace ebbed away in 1939 and the outbreak of the Second World War appeared inevitable, a massive exodus took place in Britain: nearly two million civilians, most of them children, were taken...