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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 Pilot's 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...


The Battle of 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...


The Second Barons' 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...


T-34 in Action

by Artem Drabkin

The Soviet T-34 medium tank was one of the most famous and effective fighting vehicles of the Second World War. Along with the German Tiger and the American Sherman, it was a milestone in tank design that changed...


Major & Mrs Holt's Pocket Battlefield Guide to Ypres & Passchendaele

by Mrs Holt

Covering the important WW1 Battles of Ypres, including the notorious Passchendaele, this guidebook takes readers on a historic trip through some of the well-known and most important sites of the area. This book,...


Operation Varsity: Rhine Crossing: The British & Canadian Airborne Assault

by Tim Saunders

In Spring 1945 the outcome of the war was ritually certain but the mighty River Rhine still stood in the way of the Allies. Eisenhower's strategy was to guarantee a crossing in the Ruhr area by allocating the...


Red Sky in the Morning: The Battle of the Barants Sea 1942

by Michael Pearson

The Arctic convoys that sailed through the cold malevolent waters of the Barents Sea ran the gauntlet of German air and sea attacks as they struggled to transport vital supplies to Britain's Russian allies....


Northumbria at War

by Derek Dodds

Northumbria at War explores war and conflict in Northumberland and Durham from the Celtic age to modern times. Rebellion, feud and civil disorder have smoldered and crackled across the North, destroying powerful...


North-West Aircraft Wrecks: New Insights Into Dramatic Last Flights

by Nick Wotherspoon

This is a different approach to Aviation Archaeology. The book includes 18 crash sites and each chapter includes a description of how the incident occurred and the reasons behind the crash. Copious notes then...


Operation Neptune: The Inside Story of Naval Operations for the Normandy Landings 1944

by BB Schofield

In this timeless book, Vice Admiral Schofield describes the great events of June 1944 which, as Captain of HMS Dryad, the Royal Naval shore establishment which housed General Dwight Eisenhower's Supreme Allied...


Memories of an SOE Historian

by M.R.D. Foot

Michael (MRD) Foot enjoys the rare distinction of being the only person referred to by his real name in a John Le Carre novel. A highly significant tribute to the man entrusted with writing the official record...


Massacre on the Marne: The Life and Death of the 2/5th Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment in the Great War

by Fraser Skirrow

Massacre on the Marne is a graphic reconstruction of the experiences of a small closely knit group of fighting men - the 2/5th Battalion of the West Yorkshire Regiment - in the Great War. These men were not...


Le Cateau: 26 August 1914

by Nigel Cave

Le Cateau (26-27 August 1914) was the second major action fought by the BEF in the Great War. His men exhausted after fighting at Mons and by the subsequent speedy retreat, Lieutenant-General Horace Smith-Dorrien...


Monty's Highlanders: 51st Highland Division in the Second World War

by Patrick Delaforce

The 51st Highland Division was the most famous infantry division that fought with the British Army in WW2. It was the only infantry division in the armies of the British Empire that accompanied Monty from during...


In Action with the SAS: A Soldier's Odyssey from Dunkirk to Berlin

by Roy Close

Roy Close's wartime experiences make breathtaking reading. Mobilized in 1939 he became part of the BEF and was fortunate to avoid death or captivity during the German blitzkrieg and escape through Dunkirk. Sent...


A History of Fortification from 3000 BC to AD 1700

by Sidney Toy

The necessity to defend territory from strong points has been a fact of life since mankind first settled into agricultural communities. Sidney Toy traces the development of the art of fortification from the...