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From Auster to Apache: The History of 656 Squadron RAF/ACC 1942-2012

by Guy Warner

This is the 70th Anniversary year of 656 Squadron, which first formed on 31st December 1942. Over the intervening years the Squadron has served with great distinction in India, Burma, Java, Malaya, Borneo, Hong...

Cockpit Commander: A Navigator's Life: The Autobiography of Wing Commander Bruce Gibson

by Bruce Gibson

Previously self-published by the author, this book charts the course of a dramatic career as a Wing Commander. Living through one of the most dynamic periods in military and Aviation development history, Bruce...

A Half Century of Conflict: France and England in North America, Volume I

by Francis Parkman

Historian, critic, and horticulturist Francis Parkman was renowned for his analytical acuity and narrative skill. In A Half Century of Conflict: France and England in North America, Volume 1, Parkman dissects...


by John Masefield

John Masefield’s Gallipoli recollects the infamous five-month campaign between the Ottoman forces and the Allied troops during the First World War. The Ottoman victory over the campaign led to the eventual...

Yanagi: The Secret Underwater Trade Between Germany and Japan 1942-1954

by Mark Felton

This fascinating book examines the exchange of information and goods by underwater means between Germany and Japan during the second half of WW2. Known as 'Yanagi' this trade was a high priority to both Axis...

Bomb Alley: Falkland Islands 1982 - Aboard HMS Antrim at War

by David Yates

This is the untold story of the Falklands War as experienced by a below-decks seaman on one of the most important ships to be despatched to the South Atlantic. It is a no-holds-barred account as seen through...

Escape from Arnhem: A Glider Pilot's Story

by Godfrey Freeman

This is the remarkable true story of a young army glider pilot's experience of the last days in the defense of Arnhem Bridge, his eventual capture and then escape to be adopted by the Resistance, the hair-raising...

Sisters in Arms: The Women Who Flew in World War II

by Helena Page Schrader

During World War II, a few, carefully selected women in the US and the UK were briefly given the unprecedented opportunity to fly military aircraft. Yet the story of these pioneer women pilots is made even more...

Stuka Attack: The Dive Bombing Assault on England During the Battle of Britain

by Andy Saunders

The Junkers 87 Stuka was an iconic weapon of World War Two and an aircraft name that was, and still is, instantly recognized worldwide. Its roles in Poland and the Battles of France and the Low Countries are...

Game Plan: The 25 Secret Strategies of the Martial Arts and How to Use Them to Build a Great Life

by Higo Tony

Whatever the question, Game Plan has the answer. Have you ever been stuck in a situation and not been able to think of a way out? Or wanted something really badly but didn't know how to get it? Or kept trying...

Digesting History

by Hal M. Friedman

Naval War College Historical Monograph Series, 17. Studies the contribution of the Naval War College, especially in the presidency of Admiral Raymond Spruance, to strategic thought during the first critical...

Understanding Complex Military Operations: A case study approach

by Volker Franke, Karen Guttieri & Melanne Civic

This volume provides materials for active learning about peacebuilding and conflict management in the context of complex stability operations.

Today, America faces security challenges unlike any it has faced...

The Quick and the Dead: The Perils of Post-War Test Flying

by William Arthur Waterton

First published in 1956, but still relevant and thought-provoking today, this book is an absolute revelation on test flying with the British aircraft organizations and manufacturers in the 1950s. Written from...

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...

Gladstone, Gordon and the Sudan Wars: The Battle over Imperial Invention in the Victorian Age

by Fergus Nicoll

General Gordon's death in Khartoum on 26 January 1885 - and the fall of the besieged city to the forces of the Mahdi - was a crucial episode in British imperial history. It was deeply controversial at the time,...

The Wrong War: Grit, Strategy, and the Way Out of Afghanistan

by Bing West


In this definitive account of the conflict, acclaimed war correspondent and bestselling author Bing West provides a practical way out of Afghanistan. Drawing on his expertise as both a combat-hardened...

No Parachute: A Classic Account of War in the Air in WWI

by Arthur Gould Lee

From the young airmen who took their frail machines high above the trenches of World War I and fought their foes in single combat there emerged a renowned company of brilliant aces - among them Ball, Bishop,...

The Lightning Boys 2: More True Tales from Pilots and Crew of the English Electric Lightning

by Richard Pike

The sequel to the best-selling The Lightning Boys, Lightning Boys 2 is a must-have companion and continues the theme of tales from pilots and other crew connected with this iconic aircraft, giving a rare insight...

Death Was Our Bedmate: 155 (Lanarkshire Yeomanry) Field Regiment and the Japanese 1941-1945

by Agnes McEwan & Campbell Thomson

The book tells the story of a little known artillery regiment, the 155th (Lanarkshire Yeomanry) Field Regiment, RA which saw constant action during the ill-fated Malayan Campaign of 1941/42 and whose members...

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...