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The Black Angels

by Rupert Butler

In Nazi Germany the SS was an instrument of terror and repression. This powerful spearhead was known as the Waffen-SS. A hand-picked elite of magnificent fighting men whose courage was outstanding, but also...


The Baby Killers: German Air Raids on Britain in the First World War

by Thomas Fegan

Just over a decade after the Wright Brothers' triumph of powered flight, the conduct of war was changed for ever. Until the Kaiser's Zeppelins raided British cities and towns, it had been unthinkable that civilian...


Teddy Suhren, Ace of Aces: Memoirs of a U-Boat Rebel

by Teddy Shuren

Reinhard 'Teddy' Suhren fired more successful torpedo shots than any other man during the war, many before he even became a U-boat commander. He was also the U-boat service's most irreverent and rebellious commander;...


Pegasus, The Heart of the Harrier: The History and Development of the World's First Operational Vertical Take-off and Landing Jet Engine

by Andrew Dow

The conception of the Pegasus engine in 1957 upset all the conventions of aircraft design. It was previously usual for aircraft designers to seek a suitable engine, but this was an engine that sought an aircraft....


Korean Atrocity!

by Philip D. Chinnery

As there was no clear victor at the conclusion of the Korean War, no war crime trials were held. But, as this book reveals, there is evidence of at least 1,600 atrocities and war crimes perpetrated against troops...


A Wood Called Bourlon: The Cover-up after Cambrai, 1917

by William Moore

After the great victory in the famous tank battle at Cambrai in 1917 the church bells, having been silent for three years, rang out joyously all over Britain But within ten days triumph turned to disaster. How...


Strangers When We Meet

by Rebecca Winters

Rosie Armstrong's husband went off to war on the other side of the world, and he didn't return. They called it "missing in action"--but what they meant was "dead."

Rosie had never been able to conceive of a life...


Wellington & Napoleon: Clash of Arms

by Robin Neillands

Wellington and Napoleon tells the story of the convergence and final clash of two of the most brilliant commanders ever to meet on the field of battle. Wellington, his men said, did not know how to lose a battle....


Towers of Strength: Martello Towers Worldwide

by W H Clements

Martello towers were built in the early part of the nineteenth century to defend the coast of England against Napoleonic invasion. Almost 200 years later forty-one of these handsome brick towers still stand...


The Last Prussian: A Biography of Field Marshal Gerd Von Rundstedt

by Charles Messenger

Field Marshal Gerd von Rundstedt (1875-1953) was one of the foremost German commanders of the Second World War. After service on both the Western and Eastern Fronts during 1914-1918 he rose steadily through...


The Berlin Raids

by Martin Middlebrook

The Battle of Berlin was the longest and most sustained bombing offensive against one target in the Second World War. Bomber Command's Commander-in-Chief, Sir Arthur Harris, hoped to 'wreak Berlin from end to...


Summon Up the Blood

by Celia Wolfe

A remarkable World War Two diary kept by Corporal Womack.


Return Via Rangoon

by Philip Stibbe

This is one young officer's war story about training and inspiration in the Burmese jungle behind enemy lines. Beaten up and water tortured, yet only giving his captors false information, Stibbe was moved around...


Haig's Command: A Reassessment

by Denis Winter

This book sets out to expose and analyse a major historical fraud. The author's theme is the Western Front in Haig's time - from the Somme to the armistice. Using evidence that the documents from which previous...


Sassoon & Graves: On the Trail of the Poets of the Great War

by Helen McPhail & Philip Guest

The war memoirs of these two officers with the Royal Welsh Fusiliers have never been out of print since their first publication. Both men won instant and enduring fame with these very different narratives, which...


Ethics Without Intention

by Ezio Di Nucci

Ethics Without Intention tackles the questions raised by difficult moral dilemmas by providing a critical analysis of double effect and its most common ethical and political applications. The book discusses...


Theatre and Adaptation: Return, Rewrite, Repeat

by Margherita Laera

Contemporary theatrical productions as diverse in form as experimental performance, new writing, West End drama, musicals and live art demonstrate a recurring fascination with adapting existing works by other...


The Desert Air War 1939 - 1945

by Richard Bickers

In the face of the massive publicity accorded to General Montgomery and his adversary, General Erwin Rommel, and bearing in mind the endless controversy that has raged over the dismissal by Mr Churchill of Generals...


Courcelette: Somme

by Paul Reed

Courcelette is one of the many Somme villages that became a German stronghold in their tenacious fight to keep the British armies at bay. Well behind the lines on 1 July, it came into prominence on 15 September...


Captains Of War: They Fought Beneath the Sea

by Edwyn Gray

This book tells the story of captains of submarines and their experiences at war.