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Hitler's Will

by Herman Rothman & Helen Fry

Herman Rothman arrived in Britain from Germany as a Jewish refugee in 1939, on the eve of the Second World War. He volunteered for HM Forces, serving in the Intelligence Corps, and in 1945 was posted to Westertimke...


SOE: The Scientific Secrets

by Frederic Boyce & Douglas Everett

The history of the Special Operations Executive during World War II has been the subject of many books down the years. This is a detailed account of the development of equipment and techniques upon which the...


Goodnight Children, Everywhere: Voices of Evacuees

by Monica B B Morris

For the many children torn from their families, taken miles from home and placed with strangers, the evacuation at the outbreak of the Second World War was a life-changing experience. In 'Goodnight Children,...


From Dachau to D-Day: The Refugee Who Fought For Britain

by Helen Fry

Willy Field was born Willy Hirschfeld in Bonn, Germany. The morning after Kristallnacht on 10 November 1938 he was arrested by the Gestapo and transported to Dachau concentration camp. This fascinating new book...


Freuds' War

by Helen Fry

Despite his worldwide reputation as the father of modern psychology, Sigmund Freud's security in his native Vienna changed overnight when Hitler's forces annexed Austria on 12 March 1938. His books had already...


The Great Fire of London

by Stephen Porter

The Great Fire of London was the greatest catastrophe of its kind in Western Europe. Although detailed fire precautions and firefighting arrangements were in place, the fire raged for four days and destroyed...


Forget the Anorak: What Trainspotting Was Really Like

by Michael G G Harvey

Michael Harvey's new book brings to its reader the excitement of trainspotting in the 1950s and 60s, the hobby's heyday. It was the advent of the famous Ian Allan ABC Locospotters books that really gave the...


Fairey Rotodyne

by David Gibbings

The Fairey Rotodyne was a large British compound helicopter designed and built by the Fairey Aviation Company and intended for commercial and military applications. It was considered to be one of the iconic...


The Divided Union: A Concise History of the American Civil War

by Peter Batty & Peter J J Parish

The Divided Union' is an account of five of the most dramatic and tragic years in the history of the US. The families and neighbours of a fledgling superpower were pitted against each other in a war concerned...


Dickens's England: Life in Victorian Times

by R E E Pritchard

Dickens's England was a time of unprecedented energy and change which laid the foundations of our own modern society. There was a new world coming into being: new towns, new machines, new and revolutionary ideas,...


Hare Today, Dead Tomorrow

by Cynthia Baxter

Can a vet detective catch a killer who's hopping mad?

Veterinarian and amateur sleuth Jessica Popper races down the rabbit hole and into a vintage case of passion and betrayal in Long Island's elite wine country...


Byways, Boots and Blisters: A History of Walkers and Walking

by Bill Laws

"The great affair is to move: to come down off this feather-bed of civilisation, and find the globe granite underfoot," wrote Robert Louis Stevenson. This book celebrates the history of walking for leisure and...


Burma 1942: Memories of a Retreat: The Diary of Ralph Tanner

by R E S E S Tanner & D A A Tanner

In December 1941, a Japanese battalion of 143rd Regiment of 55th Division crossed the Burma-Siam border and siezed Victoria Point, heralding the invasion of Burma. The first air raids on Rangoon were opposed...


Searching the Stars: The Story of Caroline Herschel

by Marilyn B B Ogilvie

Caroline Herschel is best known as the less significant sister of the astronomer William Herschel. Yet the romantic notion of her tirelessly working for her brother while he made his studies of the heavens,...


Warlords: The Struggle for Power in Post-Roman Britain

by Stuart Laycock

The centuries after the end of Roman control of Britain in AD 410 are some of the most vital in Britain's history - yet some of the least understood. 'Warlords' brings to life a world of ambition, brutality...


Ice Captain: The Life of J R Stenhouse

by Stephen Haddesley

As Shackleton watched his ship Endurance become trapped in the ice floes of the Weddell Sea, on the other side of Antarctica the expedition's second ship, Aurora, suffered an equally terrifying fate. Under the...


Hitler's Olympics: The 1936 Berlin Olympic Games

by Christopher Hilton

The Berlin Olympic Games, more than 70 years on, remain the most controversial ever held. This book creates a vivid account of the disputes, the personalities, and the events which made these Games so memorable....


Blood Ivory: The Massacre of the African Elephant

by Robin Brown

It is more than a thousand years since the exploitation of the elephant began. Alexander the Great used them, Hannibal took them over the Alps, and Kublai Khan encountered them in India. However, it is only...


Give Them a Volley and a Charge!: The Battle of Inkermann, 1854

by Patrick Mercer

The day after the Battle of Balaklava, the Russians attempted an armed reconnaissance of the Allied right flank aimed at the exposed Inkermann position, but the remnants of the British 2nd Division bloodily...


Gone Native: An NCO's Story

by Alan Cornett

On his first combat assignment, Cornett accompanied the Vietnamese Rangers on a search-and-destroy mission near Khe Sang. There he gained entree into a culture that he would ultimately respect greatly and admire...