Cap-Badges of the British Army 1939-1945

    By G. L. D. Alderson

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    The regiments of the British Army have always set great store by their cap-badges which, in miniature, encapsulated the history and traditions of the units that wore them.

    Warriors of the Queen: Fighting Generals of the Victorian Age

    By William Wright

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    Who were the men who commanded the British Army in the numerous small wars of the Victorian Empire? Today, many are all but forgotten, save the likes of Cardigan, Kitchener, Baden-Powell and Gordon of Khartoum. Yet they were a disparate and fascinating assemblage, made up of men of true military...

    Battle Story: Bannockburn 1314

    By Chris Brown

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    Bannockburn 1314 is the most celebrated battle between Scotland and England. A decisive victory for Robert Bruce, it secured for Scotland independence from England. It was the greatest defeat the English would suffer throughout the Middle Ages, and a huge personal humiliation for Edward.II Chris Brown's account recreates the campaign...

    The Lost Landsers - The Unpublished Photographic History of the German Army: Sand, Snow and Mud, 1941-1942

    By Vince Milano

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    From 1939 to 1945 a generation of German men sacrificed their youth for the wrong cause and then rejoined a society that wanted to forget the horrors of war.

    To the End, They Remain: Thoughts on War, Peace and Reconciliation

    By Raymond Clark

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    Ray Clark had a simple idea: send a postcard - the same postcard - depicting a memorial to war dead to those who might share their thoughts with others on loss, remembrance, war and peace. The response was remarkable. Men and women from all walks of life, from the Cabinet,...

    \'This is WAR!\': The Diaries and Journalism of Anthony Cotterell 1940-1944

    By Jennie Gray

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    Anthony Cotterell wrote a unique form of war journalism - witty, sharp,engaging, and so vivid it was almost cinematic. During this time he kept a diary, a hilarious and caustic record of his role in the war, a diary which abruptly ended after he vanished in mysterious circumstances after the...

    In Sights: The Story of a Welsh Guardsman

    By Tim Rees

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    In Sights is one man's journey from boyhood to manhood, ultimately finding himself in the theatre of war. It is a journey littered with colourful anecdotes that offer insight into male bonding. Few paths have included such diverse experience. From military training in the Guards Depot to Trooping the Colour,...

    Fortress Britain: All the Invasions and Incursions since 1066

    By Ian Hernon

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    The British have not been backward in coming forward when it comes to aggressive visits abroad. But it hasn't all been one way as shown in this dramatic history of the survival of an island race over 900 years - sometimes, surprisingly, against the odds.

    In the Highest Traditions of the Royal Navy: The Life of Captain John Leach MVO DSO

    By Matthew B. Wills

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    Wills analyses the influences that shaped John Leach and led him ultimately to his heroic end: his time at Royal Naval College Osborne and Britannia Royal Naval College Dartmouth and his baptism of fire when he survived a direct shell hit to the bridge where he was standing.

    East of the Oder: A German Childhood under the Nazis and Soviets

    By Eva Wood

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    Luise Urban was born in 1933 into a world about to be turned upside down. Her family lived east of the river Oder. Crucially, her family were not Nazi Party members and suffered as a result. As the Third Reich crumbled and the Red Army advanced, she was one of...

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