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Voices in Flight: The Dambuster's Squadron

by Colin Higgs

They were the Dambusters - the pilots and crew of the RAF's elite 617 Squadron. They flew the most difficult missions. They breached the Dams! They sank the Tirpitz! They were the only squadron to drop the immense...

The Normandy Invasion, June 1944: Looking Down on War

by Col Roy Stanley II USAF

The Normandy Invasion literally takes a different view of D-Day and just beyond, showing the well-known events using aerial photos. This is what anxiously waiting senior officers knew about progress in the early...

Stubborn Buggers: Survivors of the Infamous POW Gaol That Made Changi Look Like Heaven

by Tim Bowden

There was a place far worse than Changi - this is the little known story of Singapore's Outram Road and the POWs who endured it.

Surviving Trainer and Transport Aircraft of the World

by Don Berliner

This final volume in the three-volume set covering more than 300 types of Surviving World War II aircraft includes the less-glamorous ones that couldn't qualify for two volumes on Fighters and Bombers. They...

The Mighty Eighth in WWII: A Memoir

by J. Kemp USAFR (Ret.) McLaughlin

On an early morning in the fall of 1942, Kemp McLaughlin's group set out for a raid on a French target. Immediately after dropping its bombs, McLaughlin's plane was hit. A huge fire burned a four-foot hole in...

Onward We Charge: The Heroic Story of Darby's Rangers in World War II

by H. Paul Jeffers

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA.

The Dauntless Dive Bomber of World War Two

by Barrett Tillman

Popularly known as the Douglas Dauntless, the U.S. Navy's SBD dive bomber was well named. Though considered obsolete at the time of the attack on Pearl Harbor, the Dauntless turned the tide of war in the Pacific...

Operation Alacrity: The Azores and the War in the Atlantic

by Norman Herz

To win the war against German U-boats, the Allies had to protect their convoys in the vast black hole of the mid-Atlantic known as the Azores Gap. In 1943 they devised a plan to set up air bases on the Azores...

By Tank into Normandy

by Stuart Hills

'One of the best half-dozen personal accounts of the Normandy campaign' - Richard Holmes Stuart Hills embarked his Sherman DD tank on to an LCT at 6.45 a.m., Sunday 4 June 1944. He was 20 years old, unblooded,...

Silver Eagle: The Official Biography Of "Band Of Brothers" Veteran Clancy Lyall

by Ronald Ooms

SILVER EAGLE', the official biography of "Band of Brothers" veteran Clancy Lyall, written by his friend Ronald Ooms. After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and seeing every young man leave town to join the...

Alles Fur Deutschland

by Karl Brockmann

The Eastern Front 1943. A massive Russian offensive has fragmented the German frontlines forcing them into a fighting retreat back towards the Oder River to establish defensive bridgeheads in an attempt to slow...

The Kipper Patrol

by Louise Wilkinson

Thornaby, 1930, saw the formation of 608 squadron Auxiliary Air Force. Remembered by some veterans as "the kipper patrol," their job as part of Coastal Command, involved protecting shipping convoys, looking...

A Reluctant Recruit

by Derek Rosser

My early life was fairly uneventful apart from the scrapes and mischief to which all boys of the period were prone. Then there was the fact that the bulk of my education was blighted by taking place during the...

Red Army Tank Commander: At War in a T-34 on the Eastern Frount

by Valsilly Bryukhov

What was it like to command a T-34 tank on the Eastern Front during the Second World War? How were tank operations organized and carried out, what was the actual experience of combat, and what were the qualities...

Allied Special Forces Insignia 1939-1948

by Peter Taylor

As early as 1940 political leaders and military commanders responsible for the conduct of the Allied operations relalised that, after a string of disastrous setbacks, national morale could only be restored by...

the Archaeology of the Second World War

by Gabriel Moshenska

The Second World War transformed British society. Men, women and children inhabited the war in every area of their lives, from their clothing and food to schools, workplaces and wartime service. This transformation...

Bomber Command: Reflections of War: Volume 4- Battles of the Nachtjagd (30/31 march- September 1944)

by Martin Bowman

This, the fourth volume of a five part work that provides a comprehensive insight into all aspects of RAF Bomber Command in World War Two, begins in the spring of 1944 with a completely new insight on the catastrophic...

The Bridge at Andau: The Compelling True Story of a Brave, Embattled People

by James A. Michener & Steve Berry

The Bridge at Andau is James A. Michener at his most gripping. His classic nonfiction account of a doomed uprising is as searing and unforgettable as any of his bestselling novels. For five brief, glorious days...

The Routledge Atlas of the Second World War

by Martin Gilbert

In The Routledge Atlas of the Second World War, Martin Gilbert graphically charts the war's political, military, economic and social history through 247 maps. Each map has been specially drawn for this atlas,...

With the Courage of Desperation: Germany's Defence of the Southern Sector of the Eastern Front 1944-45

by Rolf Hinze

In his historical series Hinze provides the only comprehensive account of events on the central and southern portions of the German Eastern Front during the years of German retreat. This volume covers events...