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He Who Dares: Recollections of Service in the SAS, SBS and MI5

by David Sutherland

The author is of the generation that went straight from school to fighting in World War 2. In He Who Dares, he describes some of the actions undertaken by the SAS and SBS and provides a glimpse of the work done...


Disasters Underground

by Nick McCamley

The rapid expansion of the RAF during the mid/late 1930s necessitated a massive storage requirement for high explosive bombs and other ordinance. Drawing on the experience of the Great War ammunition factories,...


Attack and Sink

by Bernard Edwards

Attack and Sink' was the signal that Admiral Donitz sent to the commanders of the 21 U-boats of the Markgraf wolf-pack on the 9th September 1941. Convoy SC42 consisted of sixty three merchant ships, many of...


With a Smile and a Wave

by Peter Daybell

During the late summer of 1915 Captain Aidan Liddell's gallant exploits filled many newspaper columns and he was feted as a national hero. Already decorated for bravery while serving with the Argyll and Sutherland...


In Flanders Flooded Fields: Before Ypres There Was Yser

by Paul Van Pul

In October 1914 four armies were converging on Dunkirk. While France was preparing to defend its main Channel port, the Germans were determined to take it while the British were busy using it. Caught in the...


Bradford Pals

by David Raw

In the early days of the First World War two volunteer Pals Battalions were raised in Bradford and this is their remarkable story. David Raw's account is based on memoirs, letters, diaries, contemporary newspaper...


Salient Points Three: Ypres & Picardy 1914-18

by Tony Spagnoly & Ted Smith

The third in the series of a collection of stories about the men the actions and the places of interest for the battlefield visitor to the old Western Front. This book features:- A Soldier for a Year (Private...


The Underground War: Vimy Ridge to Arras

by Nigel Cave & Philip Robinson

This is the first part of a planned four-volume series focusing on a hitherto largely neglected aspect of the Great War on the Western Front - the war underground. The subject has fascinated visitors to the...


British Regiments at Gallipoli

by Ray Westlake

Following the success of British Battalions on the Somme, the author has produced a source book of the same quality on the Gallipoli Campaign. It has come about as a result of many years of enquiries from researchers...


The Anzac Girls: The Extraordinary Story of Our World War I Nurses

by Peter Rees

The harrowing, dramatic and profoundly moving story of the Australian and New Zealand nurses who served in the Great War.


Last Post: The Final Word From Our First World War Soldiers

by Max Arthur

LAST POST is very consciously the last word from the handful of First World War survivors who were left alive in 2004. Now they have passed away, our final human connection with the First World War has been...


Lahore to Luknow: The Indian Mutiny Journal of Arthur Moffat Lang

by David Blomfield

Had the camp been allowed to award one VC, the recipient of that honour would have been Arthur Lang, and that by universal acclamation... In September1857, an inexperienced young Engineer officer, was given...


The Bandits of Cisterna

by William Pickering

The true story of Bill Pickering who was sent into Occupied Italy with a clandestine wireless set during World War II. He experienced many close encounters with the enemy and ended up fighting the Germans alongside...


The Littorio Class: Italy's Last and Largest Battleships

by Ermingo Bagnasco

For its final battleship design Italy ignored all treaty restrictions on tonnage, and produced one of Europe's largest and most powerful capital ships, comparable with Germany's Bismarck class, similarly built...


The Present Past: An Introduction to Anthropology for Archeologists

by Ian Hodder

This updated edition of Professor Ian Hodder's original and classic work on the role which anthropology must play in the interpretation of the archaeological record. There has long been a need for archaeologists...


Fighter Aces!: The Constable Maxwell Brothers - Fighter Pilots in Two World Wars

by Alex Revell

When Gerald Constable Maxwell was flying as a fighter pilot in World War I, his brother Michael was born. Both went on to have distinguished flying careers in World War II. This is the story of both men and...


A Fearful Freedom

by Robert Hammond

This book tells the story of the survival of a man behind the lines of the Japanese during World War II, including his work on the Burma-Siam railway.


Letters from Ladysmith: Eyewitness Accounts from the South African War

by Edward Spiers

Edward Spiers, a leading authority on the Victorian British army, presents here a select edition of letters from the siege of Ladysmith (1899-1900) that have not been seen since their original publication in...


A Field Marshal in the Family

by Brian Montgomery

Field Marshal Viscount Montgomery of Alamein has attracted the attention of countless historians over the last 70 years but, despite this coverage, views of his character remain controversial and contradictory....


Lost Souls of the River Kwai: Experiences of a British Soldier on the Railway of Death

by Bill Reed & Mitch Peeke

This is the moving story of a young man who found himself along with thousands of his comrades in the nightmare of Japanese captivity. Unlike so many (it is said that one Commonwealth POW died for every sleeper...