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Flying Into the Flames of Hell: Dramatic First Hand Accounts of British and Commonwealth Airmen in RAF Bomber Command in WW2

by Martin Bowman

The book contains twenty-three stirring accounts of what life flying as air-crew in World War Two was really like. The writers are a mixed bunch of pilots, navigators and gunners who flew medium and heavy bombers...


Fort Eben Emael

by Tim Saunders

The seizure of the Belgian fortress stronghold at Eban Emael by German Airborne and Special Forces was the dramatic opening shot in the Nazis' devastating May 1940 offensive. Codenamed Operation GRANITE, it...


Bomber Bases of World War 2: 1st Air Division 8th Air Force USAAF 1942-45: Flying Fortress Squadrons in Cambridgeshire-Bedfordshire-Essex-Hertfordshir

by Martin Bowman

As part of the AHT series, the airfields and interest in this book are concentrated in a particular area - in this case Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire. Constituted as the lst Bombardment Division...


100 Group (Bomber Support): RAF Bomber Command in World War II

by Martin Bowman

As part of the AHT series, the airfields and interest in this book are concentrated in a particular area - in this case Norfolk. The growing importance of the 'electronic war' in the air in 1943 caused the creation...


Stirlings in Action with the Airborne Forces: Air Support for SAS and Resistance Operations During WWII

by Dennis Williams

This is the history of two RAF squadrons who shared many tasks during WWII. Although there was a healthy rivalry between personnel serving on 190 and 620 Squadrons, there was also a deep sense of camaraderie...


Gommecourt: Somme

by Nigel Cave

Designed to act as a diversion to the 'big push', Gommecourt was an attempt to force the Germans to commit their reserves to the front line before the main battle took place. This Battlefield Guide tells the...


Guardsman and Commando: The War Memoirs of RSM Cyril Feebery, DCM

by David Feebery

Guardsman and Commando is Cyril Feebery's memoir of his service with the British Army between 1937 and 1945.Feebery served with the Grenadier Guards in the British Expeditionary Force, was evacuated wounded...


On the Roads of War: A Soviet Cavalryman on the Eastern Front

by Ivan Yakushin

Ivan Yakushin survived the Siege of Leningrad, fought at the Battle of Kursk and pursued the retreating German army through Russia, Belorussia, Poland and into Germany itself. This is the story of his war. He...


Dunkirk and the Fall of France

by Geoffrey Stewart

For sixty years the dramatic story of the Dunkirk evacuation and the defeat of France - the story of the German conquest of northwest Europe - has been the focus of historical study and dispute, yet myths and...


Fighter Aces of the RAF in the Battle of Britain

by Philip Kaplan

This book examines the reality behind the myths of the legendary RAF fighter aces during the Battle of Britain. The accounts of the experiences of fighter pilots are based on archival research, diaries, letters,...


The Defense of Moscow 1941: The Northern Flank

by Jack Radey & Charles Sharp

There was only one point in the Second World War when Nazi Germany had a chance of winning. That point was October 1941, when most of the Red Army's forces before Moscow had been smashed or encircled, and no...


Stuka: Hitler's Lethal Dive Bomber

by Alistair Smith

The photographs in this collection belonged to Luftwaffe Stuka rear gunner and radio operator Erich Heine. The collection includes photographs of flights of Stukas in formation, operating training aircraft,...


Hitler S Jet Plane: The Me 262 Story

by Mano Ziegler

The first operational military jet in the world, towards the end of the Second World War the ME 262 was to be the German 'miracle weapon'. Mano Ziegler was involved from its inception and contributed to the...


Us Eighth Air Force in Europe, Volume 2: The Eagle Spreads It's Wings: 'Blitz Week - Black Thursday, Blood and Oil'

by Martin Bowman

This book describes the period when the American daylight offensive faltered and nearly failed and recalls the terrible losses suffered by Liberators on the low-level attack on the Ploesti oilfields in Rumania...


Warsaw 1944: An Insurgent's Journal of the Uprising

by Magda Czajkowski

'Authentic, dramatically realistic, showing the tragedy of a generation thrown into a hopeless battle. A priceless treasure against which other memoirs pale in comparison.' Lech Dzikiewicz 'The Author has described...


Glider Pilots in Sicily

by Mike Peters

The British Airborne landings on Sicily are the least known and, without doubt, the most fraught with political and technical strife. Newly formed Air landing troops were delivered into battle in gliders they...


Commando Tactics: The Second World War

by Stephen Bull

British commandos are among the most celebrated soldiers of the Second World War. Their daring, ingenuity and bravery have given rise to an almost legendary reputation that makes it difficult to appreciate fully...


Behind the Wire: Allied Prisoners of War in Hitler's Germany

by Philip Kaplan

Philip Kaplan presents us here with a riveting account of the Allied experience behind enemy lines, detailing the trials and tribulations experienced by the British and American airmen who were shot down in...


The Atlantic Wall: History and Guide

by J.E Kaufmann, H.W. Kaufmann & A. Jankovi?-Poto?nik

Hitler's Atlantic Wall, the complex system of coastal fortifications that stretched from Norway to the Spanish border during the Second World War, was built to defend occupied Europe from Allied invasion. Many...


With the East Surreys in Tunisia and Italy, 1942 & 1945. Bryn Evans

by Bryn Evans

The East Surreys were in near continuous action from November 1942, when they landed in North Africa (Operation TORCH) through to May 1945 Armistice. By that time they had cleared the Germans from Tunisia, taken...