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Dunkirk and the Fall of France

by Geoffrey Stewart

For sixty years the dramatic story of the Dunkirk evacuation and the defeat of France - the story of the German conquest of northwest Europe - has been the focus of historical study and dispute, yet myths and...


The Secret History of Chemical Warfare

by Nick McCamley

This book offers a full examination and description of all the toxic chemical and microbiological agents, either tested, manufactured or used since 1914. It identifies the major research, testing and manufacturing...


The History of Dive-Bombing: A Comprehensive History from 1911 Onward

by Peter Smith

This is the incredible history of the dive bomber told from both official records and eyewitness accounts. It tears away the many myths and misrepresentations that surrounded this type of warplane and presents...


A Guide to Military History on the Internet

by Simon Fowler

There are thousands of websites devoted to all aspects of military history from ancient Greece to the modern Gulf. This unique book helps you find the ones that will help with your research whether you are checking...


Major & Mrs. Holt S Concise Illustrated Battlefield Guide - The Western Front - North: 100th Anniversary Edition

by Tonie Holt & Valmai Holt

Following in their best-selling series of Battlefield Guides this is a companion volume to the Holts' Western Front - South Guide. Between the two, they cover the main WW1 Western Front battlefields. This book...


The German Army at Passchendaele

by Jack Sheldon

Even after the passage of almost a century, the name Passchendaele has lost none of its power to shock and dismay. Reeling from the huge losses in earlier battles, the German army was in no shape to absorb the...


Fighter Aces of the RAF in the Battle of Britain

by Philip Kaplan

This book examines the reality behind the myths of the legendary RAF fighter aces during the Battle of Britain. The accounts of the experiences of fighter pilots are based on archival research, diaries, letters,...


Edgehill: The Battle Reinterpreted

by Christopher Scott

This paperback edition of this seminal new study of a key battle of the Civil Wars re-examines one of England's most mysterious battlefields at Edgehill, and it combines the work of three outstanding military...


The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight: 50 Years of Flying

by Jarrod Cotter

The history of the Flight began with the formation of the Historic Aircraft Flight in July 1957, it was later to become known as The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. Countless displays and fly-pasts have enthralled...


With Napoleon's Guard in Russia: The Memoirs of Major Vionnet, 1812

by Louis Joseph Vionnet & Jonathan North

Major Louis Joseph Vionnet's memoirs of Napoleon's disastrous 1812 campaign in Russia are readable, detailed, and full of personal anecdote and vivid glimpses into the life of the nineteenth-century soldier....


The Defense of Moscow 1941: The Northern Flank

by Jack Radey & Charles Sharp

There was only one point in the Second World War when Nazi Germany had a chance of winning. That point was October 1941, when most of the Red Army's forces before Moscow had been smashed or encircled, and no...


Bravery Awards for Aerial Combat: Stories Behind the Award of the CGM (Flying)

by Alan Cooper

The first recipient was Flight Sergeant Leslie Wallace, a wireless operator with 83 Squadron, who extinguished a major fire in his Lancaster and despite his severe wounds returned to his radio until the crippled...


Royal Flying Corps

by Alistair Smith

This book contains selected images from three different Royal Flying Corps albums. Photographs include training in Canada and at Tangmere. There is a large variety of different aircraft featured, as well as...


The Last Great Cavalryman: The Life of General Sir Richard McCreery, Commander Eighth Army

by Richard Mead

Dick McCreery was commissioned into the 12th Royal Lancers in 1915 and served on The Western Front, winning the MC and surviving wounds. In 1938 he joined the staff of 1st Division under Alexander before being...


Johnny: The Legend and Tragedy of General Sir Ian Hamilton

by John Philip Jones

The Gallipoli campaign was launched in April 1915 in an effort to knock Turkey out of the war but the force that was deployed was too small to achieve its aim. Moreover, the commander, General Sir Ian Hamilton...


Stuka: Hitler's Lethal Dive Bomber

by Alistair Smith

The photographs in this collection belonged to Luftwaffe Stuka rear gunner and radio operator Erich Heine. The collection includes photographs of flights of Stukas in formation, operating training aircraft,...


Hitler S Jet Plane: The Me 262 Story

by Mano Ziegler

The first operational military jet in the world, towards the end of the Second World War the ME 262 was to be the German 'miracle weapon'. Mano Ziegler was involved from its inception and contributed to the...


International Militaria

by Gary Sterne & Irene Moore

This book provides a practical guide to the range of militaria currently available, from the rare to the easily obtainable, and the prices vendors are asking. There are more than 1,000 items pictured in colour...


Bourlon Wood: Hindenburg Line

by Jack Horsfall

In 1917 Bourlon Wood on the Western Front was the scene of fierce back-and-forth fighting between the British and the Germans, with British gains on at least one occasion thrown away by lack of proper follow-up....


A Testimony to Courage: The History of the Ulster Deference Regiment 1969-1992

by John Potter

The outbreak of "The Troubles" in Northern Ireland in 1968 found many of the local police and army auxiliary units outmoded or discredited. A new and unique force of part-time soldiers was created: The Ulster...