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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...


Endure No Makeshifts: Some Naval Recollections

by Henry Leach

Sir Henry Leach spent forty-five years of active service in the Royal Navy, starting as a thirteen year old Cadet in 1937 and finishing as a fifty-nine year old Admiral of the Fleet in 1982. Son of a distinguished...


Advance to Victory 1918: Somme

by Michael Stedman

The Battleground series is designed for both the battlefield visitor and the reader at home. For the former, this book is an invaluable guide and each site is described in detail. For everyone there are graphic...


Singapore's Dunkirk

by Geoffrey Brooke

When Singapore fell so ignominiously to the Japanese in February 1942, many tens of thousands of men, women and children were left to their own devices. To stay in Singapore meant certain captivity. This book...


A History of British Cavalry Volume 4

by Lord Anglesey

This book describes the history of the British cavalry in detail, running up to World War I.


The Black and Tans

by Richard Bennett

They could arrest and imprison anyone at any time. They murdered civilians. They wore a strange mixture of dark green tunics, khaki rousers, black belts and odd headgear, including civilian felt hats. The Irish...


The Darkest Days: The Truth Behind Britain's Rush to War, 1914

by Douglas Newton

The centenary of the outbreak of the First World War may be commemorated by some as a great moment of national history. But the standard history of Britain’s choice for war is far from the truth. Using a wide...


A Woman’s Experiences in the Great War

by Louise Mack

August 1914. The German Army invades Belgium: it's the beginning of the First World War. Military operations in the little country involve one hundred thousands Belgian soldiers and seven hundred thousands German...


Airfields & Airmen: Somme

by Mike O'Connor

The latest volume in the Airfields and Airmen series covers the Arras area. It includes a visit to the grave of Albert Ball VC and the graves of Waterfall and Bayly, the first British fliers killed in action....


Fire Power: The British Army Weapons & Theories of War 1904-1945

by Dominick Bidwell & Dominick Graham

This is, without doubt, the finest book about the crucial role that artillery played in the two World Wars of the Twentieth century. The authors, both former artillery officers who saw action in Word War Two,...


Dixie Victorious: An Alternate history of the Civil War

by Peter Tsouras

Based on a series of fascinating 'what ifs' posed by leading military historians, this intriguing alternate history reconstructs moments during the American Civil War which could have altered the entire course...


By Land and By Sea: The Story of the Royal Marine Commandos

by Robin Neillands

This is the story of a fighting force. In the words of the marines themselves, Robin Neillands, formerly of 45 Commando RM, describes what it is really like to wear the legendary green beret, in peace and in...


Airfields & Airmen: Arras

by Mike O'Connor

The latest volume in the Airfields and Airmen series covers the Arras area. It includes a visit to the grave of Albert Ball VC and the graves of Waterfall and Bayly, the first British fliers killed in action....


Walking the Salient

by Paul Reed

Following on from Walking on the Somme, Reed has produced this remarkable voyage around the Ypres Salient, which saw some of the most memorable campaigns of WW1. Illustrated throughout, this book gives an insight...


Montauban

by Graham Maddocks

Montauban was the southernmost of the Somme villages attacked by the British Army on 1 July, 1916, and it was where there was the greatest success. This new book in the series takes the reader over ground where...


The Baby Killers: German Air Raids on Britain in the First World War

by Thomas Fegan

Just over a decade after the Wright Brothers' triumph of powered flight, the conduct of war was changed for ever. Until the Kaiser's Zeppelins raided British cities and towns, it had been unthinkable that civilian...


A Wood Called Bourlon: The Cover-up after Cambrai, 1917

by William Moore

After the great victory in the famous tank battle at Cambrai in 1917 the church bells, having been silent for three years, rang out joyously all over Britain But within ten days triumph turned to disaster. How...


Haig's Command: A Reassessment

by Denis Winter

This book sets out to expose and analyse a major historical fraud. The author's theme is the Western Front in Haig's time - from the Somme to the armistice. Using evidence that the documents from which previous...


Sassoon & Graves: On the Trail of the Poets of the Great War

by Helen McPhail & Philip Guest

The war memoirs of these two officers with the Royal Welsh Fusiliers have never been out of print since their first publication. Both men won instant and enduring fame with these very different narratives, which...