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Innovation in Marketing

by Peter Doyle & Susan Bridgewater

Innovation in Marketing is a unique collection of empirical material describing both systems innovation and the launch of new products.

This ranges from the development of new high tech items such as the Organiser...


Trench Talk

by Peter Doyle & Julian Walker

The First World War largely directed the course of the twentieth century. Fought on three continents, the war saw 14 million killed and 34 million wounded, countless millions of people displaced and the ends...


Battle Story: Loos 1915

by Peter Doyle

The Battle of Loos saw a change in Allied strategy, which up until then had been a series of small-scale assaults that achieved little or no ground gained. Loos was to be different, Kitchener's Army was deployed...


First World War Britain: 1914-1919

by Peter Doyle

When Britain declared war on Germany in August 1914, most expected the war to be over by Christmas, and only a handful forecast the length of the conflict, or the impact it would have on a civilian population...


British Army Cap Badges of the Second World War

by Peter Doyle

For the British army, the cap badge is the most easily identifiable of insignia. It represents a distillation of the pride of the regiment, its various battle honours and symbols born proudly on the metallic...


Battle Story: Gallipoli 1915

by Peter Doyle

The Gallipoli campaign was in some ways the brainchild of First Lord of the Admiralty, Winston Churchill, who saw an attack on the Dardanelles as a way to break through the stalemate in supplying the Eastern...


Get Rich Quick

by Peter Doyle

Meet Billy Glasheen, a fresh voice in crime fiction. It’s Sydney, the 1950s, and Billy’s trying to make a living, any way he can. Luckily, he’s a likeable guy, with a gift for masterminding elaborate scenarios—whether...


The Devil's Jump

by Peter Doyle

August 1945: the Japanese have surrendered and there's dancing in the streets of Sydney. But Billy Glasheen has little time to celebrate; his black marketeer boss has disappeared, leaving Billy high and dry....


British Postcards of the First World War

by Peter Doyle

Postcards sent by men on the front, and to them by their families, are among the most numerous, and most telling, surviving artifacts of World War I. They tell us much about attitudes towards the war, and provide...