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Maginot Line: History and Guide

by J.E. Kaufmann, H.W. Kaufmann & A. Jankovi?-Poto?nik

The Maginot Line, the complex system of strongpoints constructed between the world wars by the French to protect against attack from Germany, is one of the most famous, extensive and controversial defensive...


Kensington Battalion: 'Never Lost a Yard of Trench'

by G I S Inglis

Raised by the Mayor of Kensington, the 22nd Royal Fusiliers (the Kensington Battalion) were a strange mixture of social classes (bankers and stevedores, writers and laborers) with a strong sprinkling of irreverent...


Grand Battery: A Guide and Rules for Napoleonic Wargames

by Jonathan Sutherland & Diane Canwell

How would you have fared as one Napoleon's marshals, or in command of a division of redoutable British redcoats under Wellington? Grand Battery offers you the chance to find out. This book includes all the rules...


Crashing Steel

by Stewart Dalton

Written by a man who was at the heart of the Sheffield steel industry throughout its most turbulent years. Crashing Steel gives us triumphs and disasters, heroes and villains, peace and war. Above all it gives...


Boesinghe

by Stephen McGreal

In the aftermath of the War, the war-ravaged countryside was restored and the trenches of the Western Front were filled in. 75 years after the War a group of Belgians, known as the Diggers, excavated a classic...


Battleground Sussex: A Military History of Sussex From the Iron Age to the Present Day

by John Grehan & Martin Mace

From its south-eastern tip Sussex is little more than sixty miles from continental Europe and the county's coastline, some seventy-six miles long, occupies a large part of Britain's southern frontier. Before...


A Wander Through Wartime London: Five Walks Revisiting the Blitz

by Clive Harris & Neil Bright

Through a series of five walks this book discovers the sights, sounds and experience of the capital at war; it details the remaining tangible evidence of the dark days via air raid shelter signs, bomb damage...


A Tour of the Arnhem Battlefields

by John Waddy

Although the Battle of Arnhem was fought over sixty years ago. It still evokes such interest that it would seem to rank with the great victories of Agincourt, Trafalgar, Waterloo and the Battle of Britain, all...


Birmingham Pals

by Terry Carter

In the summer of 1914, our finest young men flocked to the colors in Northern towns and cities to answer Lord Kitchener's 'Call to Arms' in a spontaneous burst of enthusiasm and patriotism. The Call appealed...


Fighter Bases in World War 2 - Airbases of 12 Group: Lincolnshire, Norfolk, Yorkshire, Northamptonshire

by Martin Bowman

As part of the Aviation Heritage Trail series, this book covers airfields in Lincolnshire, Norfolk, Yorkshire and Northamptonshire. 12 Group was formed in 1937 within Fighter Command to become responsible for...


Wearside Battalion: The 20th (Service) Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry

by John Sheen

This is the story of the 20th (Service) Battalion, from Wensleydale and Barnard Castle to the overseas service in Somme, Ypres Messines and more.


War, Coups & Terror: Pakistan's Army in Years of Turmoil

by Brian Cloughley

In recent years Pakistan has changed from being a state of regional strategic significance to one of major global importance. Its geographical position and delicate religious and tribal mix, coupled with a complex...


6th Battalion, The Manchester Regiment in the Great War

by John Harley

The 6th Battalion, The Manchester Regiment, was a prewar Territorial unit. Many of its members held "white collar" positions employed by the City's legal, financial and stockbroking practices or worked for the...


Squadron Leader Tommy Broom DFC**: The Legendary Pathfinder Mosquito Navigator

by Tom Parry Evans

Tommy Broom is one of the RAF's most legendary and popular heroes of World War II. He joined the service at eighteen years of age in 1932 and after service in the Middle East, he first saw action against Germany...


Through the Eyes of the World's Fighter Aces: The Greatest Fighter Pilots of World War Two

by Robert Jackson

This is the story of the fighter aces who flew throughout the war in many different operational theatres. The book opens with the first Polish Aces during the German invasion and continues with Finland's pilots...


Target for Tonight: A pilot's memoirs of flying long-range reconnaissance and Pathfinder missions in World War II.

by D Braithwaite (Squadron Leader DFC)

The author was born of a well-to-do Yorkshire family and joined the Auxiliary Air Force on his eighteenth birthday in 1939. On the occasion of Chamberlain's speech to the British nation on September 3 the situation...


Battle for Vimy Ridge 1917

by Jack Sheldon

In a new departure in the Battleground Europe series, this book is a guide to both sides of a major battle - in this case to the Canadian Corps operations against 1st Bavarian Reserve Corps at Vimy from 9 -...


Soldier from the Wars Returning

by Charles Carrington

Soldier from the Wars Returning is one of the truest, most profound and readable personal accounts of the Great War. The author waited nearly fifty years before writing it, and the perspective of history enhances...


Sniping in the Great War

by Martin Pegler

Military snipers are highly trained marksmen who target individual enemy soldiers. They are regarded as vital specialists in modern warfare, and their role evolved throughout the Great War. As Martin Pegler...


Second Baron's War: Simon de Montfort and the Battles of Lewes and Evesham

by John Sadler

For two years in the mid-thirteenth century England was torn by a bloody civil war between the king and his nobles. For a short time, the country came close to unseating the monarchy, and the outcome changed...