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- After the Battle
In the 12 years that the National Socialist Party was in power in Germany -- from January 1933 to May 1945 -- upwards of 15,000 concentration and labour camps were established in the Greater Reich and the occupied countries to incarcerate all who were deemed enemies of the state.
The Old West may have faded from living memory but the actual locations where the robberies and shoot-outs took place can still be found over one hundred years later. In the pages of 'On the Trail of the Old West Then and Now' we glimpse the past through contemporary newspaper...
This book illustrates the battles by the western Allies to liberate western Europe during the Second World War and follows the fighting, month by month, beginning with D-Day in Normandy until signatures on a document in Berlin eleven months later denoted the final defeat of Nazi Germany.
By Gail Ramsey
In this book Gail Ramsey sets out to show how the Western Front has been transformed over the past hundred years by juxtaposing aerial photographs, trench maps of the period, with present-day matching comparisons, courtesy of Google Earth.
By Chris Cooper
THE GREAT NORTH ROAD-- since 1922 classified officially as the A1 has been the main route between London and Edinburgh since earliest times, but roads change, and so much of the original has since been bypassed leaving an intriguing trail of discovery for author Chris 'Wolfie' Cooper. As we travel...
The Battles for Cassino encompassed one of the few truly international conflicts of the Second World War. A strategic town on the road to Rome, the fighting lasted four months and cost the lives of more than 14,000 men from eight nations. This work presents a balanced view the conflict,...
From the Belgian coast, across the fields of Flanders, over the valley of the Somme and down the line to the Argonne, this title covers all the major battlefields of the First World War. It is suitable for those contemplating a tour of the battlefields in Belgium and France.