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Tip and Run

by Edward Paice

In the aftermath of the Great War the East Africa campaign was destined to be dismissed by many in Britain as a remote 'sideshow' in which only a handful of names and episodes - the Königsberg, von Lettow-Vorbeck,...


No Empty Chairs: The Short and Heroic Lives of the Young Aviators Who Fought and Died in the First World War

by Ian Mackersey

The empty chairs belonged, all too briefly, to the doomed young First World War airmen who failed to return from the terrifying daily aerial combats above the trenches of the Western Front. The edict of their...


Aces of Jagdstaffel 17

by Greg Vanwyngarden & Harry Dempsey

This German World War I fighter squadron led by a Blue Max recipient didn't include the Richtofen (the Red Baron), but it's range of colorful characters was nonetheless impressive.

Initially formed to assist...


The Battle for Palestine 1917

by John D. Grainger

Three battles for the control of the key fortress-city of Gaza took place in 1917 between the British' force [with units from across the Empire, most notably the ANZACs] and the Turks. The Allies were repulsed...


The Grand Fleet 1914-19: The Royal Navy in the First World War

by Daniel G Ridley-Kitts MBE

The First World War was the first real time in 100 years that the reputation of the British Royal Navy was put on the line in defence of the country. This book tells of the creation and development of the Grand...


VCs of the First World War: The Naval VCs: The Naval VCs

by Stephen Snelling

Here is a complete record of almost fifty men who won the Victorian Cross while serving the Royal Navy during the First World War. They include the conflict's youngest and oldest winners in operations ranging...


Face of War: New Zealand's Great War Photography

by Sandy Callister

An authoritative history of combat photography and its cultural, emotional, and memorial roles, this collection is the first to examine the vernacular photos of World War I taken by its New Zealand participants....


The Defeat of Imperial Germany, 1917-1918

by Rod Paschall

The Defeat of Imperial Germany, 1917-1918 by Rod Paschall is the first volume in the Major Battles and Campaigns series under the general editorship of John S. D. Eisenhower. Designed for the "armchair strategist,"...


Mildred on the Marne: Mildred Aldrich, Front-line Witness 1914-1918

by David Slattery-Christy

This is the story of 61-year-old Mildred Aldrich and her experiences of the Great War. She retired to a small hill-top house called La Creste in February 1914, with views across the Marne river and valley, little...


Letters from Gallipoli: New Zealand Soldiers Write Home

by Glyn Harper

Revealing and often heartbreaking, this collection of letters offers a powerful firsthand account of a pivotal event in New Zealand history: World War I's Gallipoli Campaign in 1915. Grouped in chronological...


Tank Warfare: A History of Tanks in Battle

by Kenneth Macksey

After its introduction during the First World War, the tank revolutionized warfare and proved to be a terrifying and efficient machine of war.

 

Kenneth Macksey provides a study of the policy-makers and tank...


In The Field

by Joan Sullivan

FREELANCE WRITER AND PLAYWRIGHT Joan Sullivan's book In the Field is a work of non-fiction that tells the story of one young Newfound¬lander soldier, Stephen Norris, lost in WWI, and how his death affected...


Kingsnorth Airship Station: In Defence of the Nation

by Tina Bilbe

Kingsnorth Airship Station played a vital role during the First World War, developing airships which successfully protected the fleet from submarine attack. It was the proud boast of the Airship Service that...


5327: England in Peace and War

by Mark Rowe

August 1914 is the story of England in that watershed month when the country went from peace to war. It tells of what life was like in a country that looked, and smelt, very different to today. Work could be...


Broken Nation: Australians in the Great War

by Joan Beaumont

The Australian experience of war in all its complexity - from the homefront as well as the battlefront - as the men and women who experienced it chose to understand and remember it.


Beneath Hill 60

by Will Davies

The story of the Australian miners and soldiers who tunnelled under Hill 60 near Ypres and eventually broke through to create a new frontline.On 7 June 1917, 19 massive mines shattered the Messines ridge near...


March to the Sound of the Guns

by Ray Grover

Acclaimed novel about New Zealand at the Western Front in World War One.During World War I New Zealand shipped one hundred thousand young men halfway round the world to fight at Gallipoli and the Western Front....


The First World War Peace Settlements, 1919-1925

by Erik Goldstein

The First World War peace settlements were the most complex rearrangement of the international system ever attempted. The emergence of ethnocentric states, disputed borders, arms control and international governance...


SIGINT: The Secret History of Signals Intelligence in the World Wars

by Peter F Matthews

In the First World War, a vast network of signals rapidly expanded across the globe, spawning a new breed of spies and intelligence operatives to code, de-code and analyse thousands of messages


They Did Not Grow Old: Teenage Conscripts on the Western Front 1918

by Tim Lynch

in June 1918, 130 teenagers arrived in France as just another draft of replacements among the thousands sent to reinforce the British Expeditionary Force on the Western Front. Within the next five months, one...