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Flying into Hell: The Bomber Command Offensive as Seen Through the Experiences of Twenty Crews

by Mel Rolfe

Best-selling author Mel Rolfe brings the reader vivid real-life stories of bomber command at war with his new book Flying into Hell. Following the success of his two previous books for Grub Street, To Hell and...


Spitfire Mark I P9374: The extraordinary Story of Recovery, Restoration and Flight

by Andy Saunders

Andy Saunders relates the fascinating story of the recovery of this Battle of France Spitfire Mk1 from the sands of Calais during the early 1980s and its subsequent return to the UK for rebuild and restoration...


Tracing the Rifle Volunteers: A Guide for Military and Family Historians

by Ray Westlake

From 1859 to 1908 the Rifle Volunteers played an essential role in Britain's national defence, yet their history has been sadly neglected. Little information is available on these dedicated, amateur soldiers...


Waterloo Hero: The Adventures of Friedrich Lindau

by Friedrich Lindau

By all accounts, Friedrich Lindau was a remarkable soldier of the King's German Legion. He served with distinction under Wellington from Lisbon to as far as Bayonne, and was involved in all major engagements,...


The Peninsular War - Wellington's Battlefields Revisited

by Ian Fletcher

In 1994 Ian Fletcher published his book Fields of Fire, which was the first book to show Wellington's Peninsular War battlefields in full color. Now, almost 20 years on, he returns with a second book, The Peninsular...


The First Blitz

by Andrew Hyde

In 1917, the Germans launched a major air campaign against the British mainland, which shocked the whole nation and terrorized the southeast of England. These attacks by German bombers caused hundreds of deaths...


Major & Mrs Holt's Definitive Battlefield Guide to the D-Day Normandy Landing Beaches: Sixth Edition with Latitude and Longitude References

by Major Tonie Holt & Valmai Holt

Already the best-selling English-language guide to the area, universally known as 'THE BIBLE', this is the sixth, completely revised, up-to-date, much expanded edition of the DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO THE D-DAY NORMANDY...


Walking Verdun: A Guide to the Battlefield

by Christina Holstein Holstein

On 21 February 1916 the German Fifth Army launched a devastating offensive against French forces at Verdun and set in motion one of the most harrowing and prolonged battles of the Great War. By the time the...


Sword Beach: 3rd British Division/27th Armoured Brigade

by Tim KilvertJones

As the left most inland flank of the D-Day landings, Sword Beach was thought most likely to receive the first German counterattacks. The British troops selected for the assault had the tasks of securing the...


STORMING ST. NAZAIRE

by James Dorrian

The St. Nazaire raid has not been covered in the detail warranted by its role in the evolution of special warfare tactics. James Dorrian has drawn on interviews with over 100 survivors, both British and German,...


Stay the Distance: The Life and Times of Marshal of the Royal Air Force Sir Michael Beetham

by Peter Jacobs

Sir Michael Beetham enjoyed a long and distinguished career in the Royal Air Force. He joined the RAF as a pilot in 1941 and was awarded the DFC whilst serving with Bomber Command during 1943/44. Remaining in...


Major and Mrs Holt's Pocket Battlefield Guide To Normandy

by Tonie Holt

This guide book covers the present-day battlefield, and the actions that took place on and immediately behind the D-Day beaches, and Major and Mrs Holt's Pocket Guide to Normandy has been put together to take...


Guillemont: Somme

by Michael Stedman

The battle for Guillemont raged throughout August 1916. Like so many of the battles into which the 'Big Push' degenerated, the struggle centred around a wood, Trones, and a heavily fortified village. It was...


Countdown to Valkyrie: THE JULY PLOT TO ASSASSINATE HITLER

by Nigel Jones

Although there were more than 40 plots to assassinate Adolf Hitler, none came closer to success than the July Plot of 1944. The attempt was masterminded by Count von Stauffenberg, a member of the German General...


Commandos and Rangers: D-Day Operations

by Major Tim Saunders

In the dark days of 1940, Prime Minister Winston Churchill showed his belief in ultimate victory by ordering the raising of the elite Commandos to 'break the intolerable shackles of defeat.' Having proved their...


Cambrai: The Right Hook

by Nigel Cave & Jack Horsfall

Cambrai is most well known for the tank battle which took place in 1917. Although initially successful it soon became disastrous, and, as on other occasions throughout the War, the area changed hands many times....


Epehy: Hindenburg Line

by Bill Mitchinson

The village of Epehy gave its name to one of the most important battles of 1918.Evacuated by the Germans during their retreat to the Hindenburg Line, the ruins were occupied by British Forces until the German...


British Army Uniforms of the American Revolution 1751-1783

by Carl Franklin

Based on contemporary records and paintings, this book identifies each cavalry and infantry regiment and illustrates changes in uniforms, their facing colors and the nature and shape of lace worn by officers,...


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...