Hitler’s Hangmen, The Secret German Plot To Kill Churchill, December 1944

Fact can often be stranger than fiction and this new book uncovers the story of British Fascists plotting with German POWs to assassinate Churchill in 1944. The author uncovered the surprising and unknown facts of this attempt by the British Fascists to seize power, take revenge on Churchill and hand WWII victory to Hitler. – Very Highly Recommended.

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Your Towns & Cities in the Great War, Bridgnorth In The Great War

A new addition to the very popular series, this book reviewing the participation of Bridgnorth. The author uncovered the surprising and unknown facts of this West Midlands town in the Great War. – Highly Recommended.

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The Battle For Paris 1815, The Untold Story Of The Fighting After Waterloo

Story of the final battles after Waterloo have been strangely missing, particularly in the English language. The author has provided a very readable account of the Battle for Paris and final engagements. – Highly Recommended.

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Gurkha Odyssey, Campaigning For The Crown

To the British public, amongst the most respected and best loved British regiments and soldiers are the Gurkhas. The author has campaigned with the Gurkha soldier, trekked through their hill villages and fought for them in the corridors of Whitehall. – Most Highly Recommended.

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Chamberlain’s Legacy, Hitler, Munich and the Path to War

Neville Chamberlain was a complex individual who acted from what he thought was a reasonable position, but could be considered an architect of WWII. Chamberlain was applauded when he returned from Hitler claiming Peace in Our Time, a claim that did not age well. – Highly Recommended.

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Red Road From Stalingrad, Recollections Of A Soviet Infantryman

Grand strategy, brilliant tactics often mean less than the battles and the men who fought them, making this memoir of a Soviet infantryman all the more valuable and interesting. The author volunteered for the Red Army in 1942. – Very Highly Recommended.

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The Battle Of Goose Green, A Battle Is Fought To Be Won

The Falklands War showed British military personnel at their best and most innovative under the most testing of conditions, and the Battle of Goose Green was one of the classic actions. The author has collected together the impressions of Britain and Argentine personnel from brigadier to corporal. – Most Highly Recommended.

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The Trafalgar Chronicle, New Series 4, Dedicated To Naval History In The Nelson Era

This is a valuable new source of research for the historian, enthusiast and all wishing to extend their knowledge of the subject. The chronicle provides information on the ships and important individuals centred on Trafalgar but covering a wider period and with contributions from a wide range of sources including the former US Navy Secretary John Lehman. – Very Highly Recommended.

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On The Road To Victory, The Rise of Motor Transport with the BEF on the Western Front

With so many technical innovations, it is perhaps understandable that the impact of motor transport during The Great War has received such poor coverage. The introduction of motor transport with the BEF made a critical contribution to eventual victory. – Most Highly Recommended.

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Missing, The Need for Closure after the Great War

Everyone eventually dies but sudden early death is a severe shock for the bereaved, more invasive when the body has not been located or recovered. The author has a lengthy interest in The Great War and provides a unique appraisal of an often neglected consequence of the conflict. – Most Highly Recommended.

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