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The Age Of The Ship Of The Line: The British and French Navies, 1650-1815

by Jonathan R Dull

In the series of wars that raged between France and Britain from the seventeenth to the nineteenth centuries,seapower was of absolute vital importance. Not only was each nation's navy a key to victory, but was...


Our Land at War: The Story of Britain's First World War Sites

by Nick Bosanquet

The First World War was a human catastrophe but it also saw a dynamic development of new weapons and a new kind of war; between the lions and the donkeys came the managers - and the workers - who transformed...


The Battles of World War I

by Christopher Catherwood

 Our understanding of the twentieth century and beyond hinges upon the First World War. In this new and comprehensive book, the fascinating facts are presented in an accessible way, allowing anyone to brush...


Men Behind the Medals

by Air Commandore Graham Pitchfork

This book pays tribute to the quite remarkable bravery of those young men who risked, and all too often lost, their lives for their country during the war. The author, himself a distinguished Royal Air Force...


Hidden Weapons

by Basil Collier

In his Foreword, Professor Jones writes 'Mr Collier takes the opportunity to review the contributions of all forms of Intelligence, and the use and misuse that was made of them, in all the major phases of World...


Gentlemen in Blue: 600 Squadron

by Hans Onderwater

This is the history of 600 City of London Squadron from when they formed in 1925 to their disbandment in 1957.


Fighter Pilots of the RAF 1939-1945

by Chaz Bowyer

The author has selected some twenty RAF fighter pilots of the Second World War, not only to give overdue recognition to their prowess and courage, but also to exemplify the wide diversity of the individual characters...


A Doctor in the XIVth Army

by Charles Evans

Charles Evans records his passage from idyllic youth, fresh from Oxford in 1939, into the harsh reality of a junior doctor in Burma. Beautifully written and elegantly vivid, his diaries illuminate the progress...


Blowing Our Bridges: A Memoir From Dunkirk To Korea Via Normandy

by Tony Younger

This action packed military memoir tells of the exploits of a young Sapper officer during both the Second World War and in Korea. Tony Younger was in the thick of the action during the German Blitzkrieg of 1940...


Some Desperate Glory

by Max Egremont

The story of World War I, through the lives and words of its poets

The hundredth anniversary of the outbreak of what many believed would be the war to end all wars is in 2014. And while World War I devastated...


Rude Mechanicals: An account of Tank Maturity during the Second World War

by A J Smithers

In this sequel to "An New Excalibur", which examined the development of the tank during World War I and after, Smithers examines the role played by tanks in World War II. At the beginning of the war only the...


The Road to Kalamata: A Congo Mercenary's Personal Memoir

by Mike Hoare

The Road to Kalamata is the real-life adventure story of the 4 Commando team of mercenary soldiers, as told by their leader, Col. Mike Hoare. At the close of 1960, the newly formed independent state of Katanga...


Long Left Flank: The hard Fought Way to the Reich 1944-1945

by Jeffery Williams

When in August, 1944, the Allies broke out of Normandy, the world's attention became fixed on the dramatic British and American armoured thrusts into the Rhine. The war in Europe seemed all but over. Far to...


Invasion Scare

by Michael Glover

In the Summer of 1940, after the evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force from Dunkirk and the Franco/German armistice which followed the fall of France, Britain stood alone against the the armed might...


A Fierce Quality: The Fighting Life of Alastair Pearson

by Julian James

Alastair Pearson is one of the very small band of men to have achieved the distinction of winning the DSO and three bars. Add to this fact that he also won the Military Cross and is further entitled to the post-nominal...


Countdown to Cassino: The Battle of Mignano Gap, 1943

by Alex Bowlby

In the autumn of 1943 the German Bernhardt Line ran through Mignano Gap, 12 miles south-west of Cassino. XIV Panzer Korps was to make a stand there, holding up the advancing US 5th Army - two thirds American,...


1914: The Assassination of Franz Ferdinand

by Paul Ham

The assassination of Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austrian throne, by a Bosnian-Serb terrorist in Sarajevo on 28th June 1914, precipitated the July crisis that brought war to Europe. Yet none of the great powers,...


Eighth Army's Greatest Victories

by Adrian Turner

To read many accounts, it would appear that the Eighth Army's victory at El Alamein was quickly followed by its triumphant arrival at Tunis. Adrian Turner, the experienced authority on the period, redresses...


Bloody Angle: Hancock's Assault on the Mule Shoe Salient May 12, 1864

by John Cannon

Dawn was breaking in the hard rain on the morning of 12 May 1864. It was then that tired Union soldiers under General Hancock's command launched a daring assault on the apex of heavily defended Confederate line...


The Siege of Tsingtao

by Jonathan Fenby

In 1914, Europe was not the only continent coming to terms with a new form of conflict. Through a mix of complex alliances and global ambition, the war had spread to northern China, where the German-held port...