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In 1945, the atom bomb was dropped on Hiroshima and old ideas of warfare came to an end. This book tells how the power of the atom was harnessed to produce weapons capable of destroying human civilisation. There were few villains in the story. On both sides of the Iron...
By Nigel Atter
The gallant actions of the 8th Lincolns at the Battle of Loos in 1915. The author debunks the myth that the Lincolns were routed at Loos.
From celebrated military historian Lloyd Clark comes a riveting and richly detailed reassessment of one of the greatest military victories of the Second World War.
The Mule in Military Service is an in-depth study into the use and treatment of military mules. The author looks into how these creatures have been utilised throughout various wars, including during the First and Second World wars.
A special edition of The Dam Busters by Paul Brickhill reissued with a bright retro design to celebrate Pan's 70th anniversary. On 17 May 1943, nearly 350 million tons of water crashed into the valleys of the Ruhr when the Lancaster bombers of 617 Squadron breached the giant Moehne and...
By Prit Buttar
Despite the increasingly futile, bloody struggles for territory that had characterised the Eastern Front the previous year, the German and Austro-Hungarian commands held high hopes for 1916. After the success of the 1915 Gorlice-Tarnow Offensive, which had driven Russia out of Galicia and Poland, Germany was free to renew its...