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The Christian Soldier provides an overdue assessment of this extraordinary Edwardian. The author has enjoyed the co-operation of Bernard Vann's family and conducted extensive research, including tracing papers and diaries of his fellow officers, colleagues and acquaintances.
Tigers in Combat Vol 3 closes the gap between the unit histories of volumes 1 and 2 and the technical descriptions in the Jentz and Spielberger books. For the first time, efforts are described in detail of what was taken to create units and what was required to keep the...
By Paolo Morisi
By Serena Jones
Hear Their Footsteps: King Edward VII School, Sheffield, and the Old Edwardians in the Great War 1914-18
The book recounts the story of an elite Yorkshire day school - and its 'Old Boys' who joined the forces - in the First World War. The school was founded by Sheffield City Council in 1905, who finessed an amalgamation of two much older institutions as one of a number...
By Peter Dennis
In these books, Peter Dennis sets the paper soldiers of the 19th century marching again across the wargames tables of the 21st. All the troop types of the wars are represented in full colour in a format designed to create stands of soldiers which can be used to re-fight these...
Between 1792 and 1945, the character of warfare changed. Battalions standing shoulder to shoulder during the Napoleonic era gave way to the industrialised, modern armies of the First and Second World Wars. The organisation and operational methods of the major military powers dramatically altered during this period and the British...