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Malta: The Last Great Siege 1940-1943

by David Wragg

The strategic importance of Malta sitting astride both the Axis and Allied supply routes in the Mediterranean was obvious to both sides during WW2. As a result the Island became the focal point in a prolonged...


The Road to Marston Moor

by David Cooke

The Battle of Marston Moor was key in English history. It was the largest battle of the Civil Wars, and was decisive. This fresh study reconstructs the battle in graphic detail, and tells the story using the...


Secret Letters from the Railway: The Remarkable Record of a Japanese POW

by Charles Steel

Charles Steel took part in two military disasters - the Fall of France and the Dunkirk evacuation, and the Fall of Singapore. Shortly before the latter, he married Louise. Within days of being captured by the...


The Men Who Flew the Mosquito

by Martin Bowman

The two-engined Mosquito was one of the classic aircraft of the Second World War. Famously wooden-built, its graceful lines and powerful performance have made it into an airborne icon. Its operational versatility...


X-Planes: German Luftwaffe Prototypes 1930-1945

by Manfred Griehl

Renowned German aviation specialist Manfred Griehl has collected a unique and valuable selection of photographs of Luftwaffe projects that never made it into battle. They remained on the drawing board or at...


Battle of Britain

by John Frayn Turner

The Battle of Britain was one of the crucial conflicts in the history of civilisation. It started officially on 10 July 1940 and ended on 31 October 1940. Hitler's plans for the invasion of England were thwarted...


Networking, A Beginner's Guide, Fifth Edition

by Bruce Hallberg

A practical guide to networking fundamentals

Fully up to date with the latest technologies, this introductory handbook covers wired and wireless network design, configuration, hardware, protocols, security,...


Battle Lines: Ypres: Nieuwpoort to Ploegsteert: The Western Front by Car, by Bike and on Foot

by Jon Cooksey & Jerry Murland

Battle Lines Ypres, the first volume in Pen & Sword's new series of walking, cycling and driving guides to the Western Front, is the essential companion for every visitor to the Ypres Salient and the battlefields...


An ANZAC on the Western Front: The Personal Reflections of an Australian Infantryman from 1916 to 1918

by H.R. Williams

This is a graphic account of one soldier's service in the First World War - an account that is based on a diary he maintained whilst on active service. It has been described by one senior officer as "the best...


Dover and Folkestone During the Great War

by Michael George & Christine George

For centuries the south coast of Kent - in particular the ports of Dover and Folkestone - have been England's front line, as her enemies have planned invasions and launched attacks from just across the Channel....


Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths around Brighton

by Douglas d'Enno

This gripping volume covers two centuries of murderous doings in Brighton portrayed in fifteen vivid case histories. All the crimes took place within the town except two, where the victims were prominent Brighton...


Digging the Trenches: The Archaeology of the Western Front

by Andrew Robertshaw & David Kenyon

Modern research methods - archaeological, historical, forensic - have transformed our view of the past. This is especially true of the history of the Great War. In this, the first comprehensive survey of this...


Die Hard, Aby!: Abraham Bevistein - The Boy Soldier Shot to Encourage the Others

by David Lister

Recent books, many by Pen and Sword, such as Shot At Dawn have highlighted the shocking cases of young British soldiers in the Great War being executed by their own side. All too often their trials were cursory...


Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in Coventry

by David McGrory

Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in Coventry takes the reader on a sinister journey from medieval times to the twentieth century, meeting villains, cut-throats, traitors, witches, martyrs and suicidal lovers...


Up to Mametz... and Beyond

by Llewelyn Wyn Griffith

Llewelyn Wyn Griffith's Up to Mametz, published in 1931, is now firmly established as one of the finest accounts of soldiering on the Western Front. It tells the story of the creation of a famous Welsh wartime...


US Carrier War

by Kev Darling

This book covers all aspects of the operations made by US aircraft carriers, from their introduction into service during WW1 to the continuing conflicts in the Middle East. America's part in WW1 saw the deployment...


Tigers at Dunkirk: The Leicestershire Regiment and the Fall of France

by Matthew Richardson

In this compelling new study of the disastrous 1940 campaign in France and Flanders, Matthew Richardson reconstructs in vivid detail the British army's defeat as it was experienced by the soldiers of a single...


Walking D-Day

by Paul Reed

Paul Reed's latest battlefield walking guide covers the site of the largest amphibious invasion of all time, the first step in the Allied liberation of France and the rest of northwest Europe. The places associated...


The Waterloo Archive: Volume IV: The British Sources

by Gareth Glover

WATERLOO ARCHIVE VOLUME IV contains letters and journals written largely in the immediate aftermath of the whirlwind campaign of 1815, both from the frontline troops and the support services, including medical...


We Hope to Get Word Tomorrow: The Garvin Family Letters, 1914-1916

by Garvin

This fascinating collection of letters traces the exchanges between a young subaltern on the front, Gerard 'Ged' Garvin, and his mother and father at home. Correspondence was eagerly awaited by all. Ged savored...