Books by Publisher: Leo Cooper Ltd

    Operation Chariot

    By Jon Cooksey

    Paperback Save £3.54 = £11.45

    Swift Justice: The Supermarine Swift - Low-level Reconnaissance Fighter

    By Nigel Walpole

    Hardback Save £7.54 = £17.46

    The Supermarine Swift was rushed into service with the RAF during 1954 to become Britains first second-generation jet fighter. In this role it was not deemed a success and has been burdened with a bad reputation since that time. It eventually found a vital role as a low-level short-range reconnaissance...

    The Operators: On the Streets with Britain\'s Most Secret Service

    By James Rennie

    Paperback Save £1.54 = £8.45

    The Operators of 14 Company are Britain's most effective weapon against international terrorism. The selection process is one of the most physically, intellectually and emotionally demanding in the world. This is the story of some of the most hair-raising military operations ever conducted in Britain.

    Not Ordinary Men: The Story of the Battle of Kohima

    By John Colvin

    Paperback Save £0.74 = £7.25

    Having driven the British and Indian Forces out of Burma in 1942, General Mutaguchi, Commanding the 15th Japanese Army, was obsessed by the conquest of India. In 1944 the British 14th Army, under its commander General Slim, drew back to the Imphal Plain, before Mutaguchi's impending offensive. To the north,...

    Reasons in Writing: Commando\'s View of the Falklands War

    By Ewen Southby-Tailyour

    Paperback Save £3.52 = £11.43

    Ewen Southby-Tailyour will long be remembered as the Royal Marine who charted the waters around the Falkland Islands before the Argentinian invasion in 1982. Armed with his unique local knowledge the author advised on and led at the major amphibious landings during the war, a role that placed him at...

    Day the Devils Dropped in

    By Neil Barber

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    The Miners Strike Day by Day: The Illustrated 1984/85 Diary of Yorkshire Miner Arthur Wakefield

    By Brian Elliot

    Paperback Save £1.54 = £8.45

    Facing probable redundancy in his mid-fifties, South Elmsall miner Arthur Wakefield, fought for jobs and communities throughout the great strike of 1984/85. He also kept a marvellous diary, recording his experiences, impressions and events in considerable detail. The diary is a unique personal day by day account of the most...

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