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Flesquieres: Hindenburg Line

by Jack Horsfall

The third in a trilogy of books, the others being Cambrai -The Right Hook and Bourlon Wood by the same authors covering the battle for Cambrai in November 1917. It covers the defense against the German counter...


Constant Vigilance: The RAF Regiment in the Burma Campaign

by Nigel Warwick

The RAF Regiment was created in the early years of World War II for the active dedicated defense of RAF airfields and installations. This book concerns the Regiments operational history in South-east Asia Command...


The Adventures of Colonel Daffodil: Balkan Beginnings, Memorable Travels and Forgotten Conflicts

by Roy Redgrave

Major General Sir Roy Redgrave has enjoyed an unusual, some might say eccentric, life. Born into the same family as the well known actors, he was brought up in Romania as part of a thriving international community...


Cleanse Their Souls: Peace-Keeping in Bosnia's Civil War 1992-1993

by Monty Woolley

This is a young cavalry lieutenant's moving and shocking account of front line service in the cauldron of war. His troop of Scimitar light-armoured vehicles was attached to the 1 CHESHIRE Battle Group (under...


Durham Pals: 18th, 19th, & 22nd (Service) Battalions of the Durham Light Infantry

by John Sheen

A history of four battalions of the Durham Light Infantry raised in the Country during the First World War. The 18th (Pals) were the first troops of Kitchener's new army to come under fire, when the Germans...


A Business of Some Heat: The United Nations Force in Cyprus 1972-74

by Francis Henn

The island of Cyprus, long troubled by inter-communal strife, exploded onto the world stage with the Athens-inspired coup against President Makarios and Turkey's invasion that followed. This resulted in the...


1066 - The Battles of York, Stamford Bridge and Hastings

by Peter Marren

If ever there was a year of destiny for the British Isles, 066 must have a strong claim. King Harold faced invasion not just from William and the Normans across the English Channel but from the Dane, King Harald...


The Armed Forces of the United Kingdom 2007-2008

by Charles Heyman

This comprehensive pocket guide includes full and up-to-date details of all British military organizations and structures. This edition includes detail regarding all of the UK MoD's latest future force proposals....


The Civil War in Yorkshire: Fairfax Versus Newcastle

by David Cooke

During the English Civil Wars the streets and fields of Yorkshire were fought over for the control of the county. In the bitter confrontation between king and Parliament, Yorkshire was the key to control of...


Airfields & Airmen: Cambrai

by Michael O'Connor

Airfields and Airmen:Cambrai covers the earliest days of the RFC with the retreat from Mons. We visit the graves of Fokker Eindecker aces and the airfields where the first Jastas were formed. Also covered are...


Airfields and Airmen: Ypres

by Michael O'Connor

The Battleground Europe series has helped create a new audience for the story of the desperate battles of World War I, But up to now the series has largely been concerned with the ground war. Popular demand...


Anzio

by Ian Blackwell

In an attempt to outflank the German Gustav Line running across Italy, Operation SHINGLE was launched on January 22nd 1944. Achieving complete surprise, the Allies made a successful landing at Anzio, but paused...


They Flew Hurricanes

by Adrian Stewart

The Hawker Hurricane, together with the Spitfire, is the most famous aircraft of the Second World War. Many pilots including Douglas Bader thought it was superior to the Spit but together they saved Britain...


Oppy Wood

by David Bilton

This latest book in the Battleground Europe series describes the battles over several years, and in particular 1917 and 1918, for a wood and small village. The Germans stubbornly refused to retreat as the area...


Commandos: Operation Chariot: The Raid on St Nazaire

by Jon Cooksey

By March 1942, mainland France had been under German occupation for almost two years. Every month that passed saw Germany bolster her defences against an expected allied invasion. Every month that passed saw...


Marshal Ney: The Bravest of the Brave

by A Atteridge

A.H. Atteridge's biography of Michel Ney, Napoleon's most famous marshal, is a classic work of its kind. He describes Ney's meteoric career in vivid detail, from his enlistment as a hussar in the army of Louis...


The History of British European Airways: 1946-1974

by Charles Woodley

BEA was formed in 1946 and took over most UK domestic and European routes under the British government's nationalisation policy. It began operations with a fleet of outdated and hopelessly uneconomic passenger...


The Germans at Thiepval

by Jack Sheldon

Ninety years after the Battle of the Somme was fought, visitors continue to flock in very large numbers to the massive Memorial to the Missing at Thiepval, site of a bitter three-month struggle during the summer...


Men of Power: The Lives of Rolls-Royce Chief Test Pilots Harvey and Jim Heyworth

by Robert Jackson

The story begins in 1940 when Harvey Heyworth was leading No. 79 Squadron RAF defending north-eastern England from Luftwaffe raids made by bombers based in Norway and Denmark and then later in the Battle of...


Flying Into the Flames of Hell: Dramatic First Hand Accounts of British and Commonwealth Airmen in RAF Bomber Command in WW2

by Martin Bowman

The book contains twenty-three stirring accounts of what life flying as air-crew in World War Two was really like. The writers are a mixed bunch of pilots, navigators and gunners who flew medium and heavy bombers...