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British Army Aviation in Action: Kosovo to Helmand

by Tim Ripley

The British Army is the UK's second largest operator of military aircraft, fielding more than 300 armed helicopters, fixed wing surveillance aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles. Its aviation units have been...


Bomber Command: Reflections of War: Volume 3 - The Heavies Move In 1942 - 1943

by Martin Bowman

This massive work provides a comprehensive insight to the experiences of Bomber Command's pilots and aircrew throughout World War Two. From the early wartime years when the RAF's first attempts to avenge Germany's...


Dictionary Of Field Marshals Of The British Army

by T A Heathcote

Whether any advantage or benefit will be drawn from the suspension - or effective abolition - of the rank of Field Marshal is debatable. What is certain, however, is that Dr. Tony Heathcote's idea of compiling...


Battlefield General: El Alamein 1942

by Jonathan Sutherland & Diane Canwell

The Battlefield General game books put you in command of the forces engaged in some of history's most famous battles. Your ability to make the right tactical decision will be tested at every turn of the page....


Aetius: Attila's Nemesis

by Ian Hughes

In AD 453 Attila, with a huge force composed of Huns, allies and vassals drawn from his already-vast empire, was rampaging westward across Gaul (essentially modern France), then still nominally part of the Western...


Air Raid Shelters of the Second World War: Family Stories of Survival in the Blitz

by Stephen Wade

This book features the design, creation and use of air raid shelters, including interviews with people who used them during the Second World War. The different types of bunkers/air raid shelters (both public...


Yorkshire Sieges of the Civil Wars

by David Cooke

Throughout recorded history Yorkshire has been a setting for warfare of all kinds - marches, skirmishes and raids, pitched battles and sieges. And it is the sieges of the Civil War period - which often receive...


Warspite

by Iain Ballantyne

No warship name in British naval history has more battle honours than Warspite. While this book looks at the lives of all eight vessels to bear the name (between 1596 and the 1990s), it concentrates on the truly...


Vichy Air Force at War: The French Air Force That Fought The Allies in World War II

by Diane Canwell & Jon Sutherland

At the beginning of World War II the French faced the German invasion with 4,360 modern combat aircraft and 790 new machines currently arriving from French and American factories each month. When the phony war...


Trench Art: A Brief History & Guide, 1914-1939

by Nicholas Saunders

Engraved shell-cases, bullet-crucifixes, letter openers and cigarette lighters made of shrapnel and cartridges, miniature airplanes and tanks, talismanic jewelry, embroidery, objects carved from stone, bone...


Wandsworth and Battersea Battalions in the Great War

by Paul McCue

In 1915 Lord Kitchener extended his famous "Your Country Needs You" recruitment campaign by appealing to the Mayors of the London Metropolitan Boroughs, urging each Mayor to raise a unit of local men for active...


Surviving Fighter Aircraft of World War Two: Fighters: A Globel Guide to Location and Types

by Don Berliner

This is a guide to the existing WWII aircraft to be found in aviation museums throughout the world. Each DPS contains a colour photo of an example of the aircraft as viewed in an aviation museum, examples of...


British Aerospace Hawk: Armed Light Attack and Multi-Combat Fighter Trainer

by Dave Windle

For many years the world's finest aerobatic team, the RAF's Red Arrows, have thrilled millions with their demonstrations of this fine aircraft's agility and maneuverability. Black Hawks can also be seen in the...


Nijmegen: U.S. 82nd Airborne Division - 1944

by Tim Saunders

The 82nd Airborne Division fought some of its most desperate battles in support of the British landings at Arnhem, yet these actions are little known today.. All of the units, personalities and actions of this...


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...