Supplying the British Army in the First World War

Wellington and Napoleon understood that armies marched on their stomachs, poor logistics could counter the bravest soldiers and commanders. The Great War was not only a global conflict, across theatres with very different conditions, but it challenged logistics organization because of its sheer size and complexity. – Highly Recommended

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Stauffenberg Symbol of Resistance, The Man Who Almost Killed Hitler

The story of Stauffenberg and the attempt to kill Hitler is full of inconsistencies and misunderstandings which this book serves to correct out. The German Officer Corps had very mixed feelings towards Hitler and the Nazis. This comes out clearly from the Operation Valkyrie. – Highly Recommended

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Ferries Across The Humber, The Story Of The Humber Ferries and the last coal-burning Paddle Steamers In Regular Service In Britain

This delightful book will be read by steam and marine enthusiasts with enthusiasm. The story of the last coal-burning paddle steamers in regular service in Britain is told well and beautifully illustrated in colour. – Highly Recommended

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