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Recollections of Rifleman Bow

by Alex Bowlby

In 1944, having distinguished itself in the North Africa campaign, Rifleman Bowlby's battalion of Greenjackets was sent to Italy. But instead of being used in the specialised role for which it had been trained,...


Phantom: Uncovering the Secrets of the WW2 Special Forces Unit

by Philip Warner

PHANTOM was - and still is - one of the most secret but most effective of the wartime special regiments. It was formed in 1939 with the mission of finding out exactly where all the Allied forward positions were...


Periscope Patrol: The Saga of the Malta Force Submarines

by John Frayn Turner

The Malta Force submarines had the vital task of interrupting German and Italian convoys crossing the Mediterranean to resupply Rommel and his Army in North Africa. The outcome of the Desert War depended on...


Passage to the World: The Emigrant Experience 1807-1940

by Kevin Brown

From the early nineteenth century onwards, literally millions of people left their homes to cross the seas. Some, like the convicts transported to Australia, had no choice; others like the indentured Indian...


The One That Got Away

by Kendal Burton & James Leasor

In World War II James Leasor was commissioned into the Royal Berkshire Regiment and posted to the 1st Lincolns in Burma and India, where he served for three and a half years. His experiences inspired him to...


One Million Mercernaries: Swiss Soldiers in the Armies of the World

by John McCormack

The white mercenaries who attracted the world's attention in the Congo during the early 1960s were never more than a few hundred in number. In contrast, no fewer than a million Swiss troops served as mercenaries...


Jesus Bootlegged

by George Elerick

The words of Jesus had big implications. Universal significance. It wasn't a message meant for a few. It was meant for the world. It was a message that was going to change everything. even reorient the way we...


One Boy's War

by Richard Hough

The author found the reality of the Second World War at first very different from the world of heroic Captain Ball V.C. It was all dirty blankets and Nissen hut obscenities. Then the golden doors miraculously...


No Picnic: A fully revised and updated new edition of the bestselling account of 3 Commando Brigade in the Falklands War, 1982

by Julian Thomson

Major General Julian Thompson first wrote No Picnic when the momentous events of April - June 1982 were fresh in his mind. As Commander of 3 Commando Brigade, he was at the heart of the planning and conduct...


Nelson's Hero: The Story of His 'Sea-Daddy' Captain William Locker

by Victor T. Sharman & The Nelson Society

Horatio Nelson's first captain was William Locker who recognised the exceptional talents of the young midshipman who was to become the most famous sailor in history. Thirty-seven years later Admiral Lord Nelson...


Nelson's Battles: The Triumph of British Seapower

by Nicholas Tracy

Horatio Nelson was a hero from the time when his dramatic initiative won the battle of St Vincent in 1797, while his last battle, at Trafalgar, reduced the enemy naval forces so thoroughly that they were no...


Naval Battles of World War II

by Geoffrey Bennett

Captain Bennett discusses the traumatic effects of the Washington and London Naval Treaties on the fleets of the principal powers between the wars, and their astonishing growth and technical progress between...


Martin-Leake: Double VC

by Ann Clayton

Only three men have ever won a bar to the Victoria Cross; but only two lived to wear the medal and bar, the other, Noel Chavasse, being awarded his bar posthumously. Of the three, the third being Charles Upham...


Marlboroughs Battlefields

by James Falkner

Three hundred years ago Queen Anne's Captain-General, John Churchill 1st Duke of Marlborough, led the Allied armies in an epic struggle against the powerful French forces of Louis XIV, in campaigns that stretched...


Marine From Mandalay

by James Leasor

This is the true story of a Royal Marine wounded by shrapnel in Mandalay in WW2 who undergoes a long solitary march to the Japanese through the whole of Burma and then finds his way back through India and back...


The Malayan Emergency & Indonesian Confrontation: The Commonwealth's Wars 1948-1966

by Robert Jackson

The struggle with Communist terrorists in Malaya known as The Emergency became a textbook example of how to fight a guerrilla war, based on political as much as military means. This book deals with both the...


Long Left Flank: The hard Fought Way to the Reich 1944-1945

by Jeffery Williams

When in August, 1944, the Allies broke out of Normandy, the world's attention became fixed on the dramatic British and American armoured thrusts into the Rhine. The war in Europe seemed all but over. Far to...


How to Bond with an Aquarius

by Mary English

A light look at the star sign Aquarius zany weird and distant. Does this describe the Aquarius you know. This book is for you if you are having difficulties truly understanding the penultimate sign of the Zodiac....


London Scottish in the Great War

by Mark Lloyd

For two centuries the officers and men of the London Scottish have faithfully served their country, never more so than during the terrible years of the Great War. Initially with the 1st Guards Brigade, and later...


Letters from an Early Bird: The life and letters of Denys Corbett Wilson 1882 - 1915

by Donal Maccarron

This is the story of an early pioneer aviator who took to the air just a few years after the Wright Brothers proved that man was capable of controlled powered flight. Corbett Wilson (CW) was the only son of...