A Gallant County: The Regiments of Gloucestershire in the Great War, Robin Grist

This book describes the campaigns fought by the Gloucestershire Regiment’s sixteen infantry battalions and the 1/1st RGH which saw action on all the Allied fronts. During The Great War the Gloucesters who already had more battle honors than any other regiment won another eighty-two. Over 46,000 men served in the Gloucesters and the RGH during […]

This is What Hell Looks Like: Life as a Bomb Disposal Specialist During the Vietnam War, Stuart Allan Streinberg

From 1967–1971, Stuart Steinberg served in the U.S. Army as an explosive ordnance disposal specialist. In January 1968, he was sent to Dugway Proving Grounds in Utah, where chemical and biological weaponry was stockpiled, staying there until July 1968. Steinberg was involved in helping to clean up the worst nerve gas disaster in American history […]

The Dutch Resistance Revealed: The Inside Story of Courage and Betrayal, Jos Scharrrer

The Battle That Won the War-Bellenglise: Breaching the Hindenburg Line 1918, Peter Rostron

Henschel Hs 129, Dariusz Karnas

Final Scrum: Rugby Internationals Killed in the Second World War, Nigel McCrery

After the terrible losses of The Great War, twenty years later the Second World War resulted in the death of some of the finest sporting icons. This book honors the ninety International Rugby players who lost their lives. Fifteen were Scottish, fourteen English, eleven Welsh and eight Irish. Australia and New Zealand suffered with ten […]

First Through The Clouds: The Autobiography of a Box-Kite Pioneer, Frederick Warren Merriam

The early years of aviation were marked by flimsy, unreliable machines and daring adventurous young men. One of the pioneer aviators leading the way in Britain was F. Warren Merriam who, following Louis Blériot’s first flight across the Channel in 1809, joined the Bristol and Colonial Aeroplane Company through which he obtained a Royal Aero […]

Hitler’s Revenge Weapons (The Final Blitz of London), Nigel Walpole

From September 1940 until May 1941, Britain – especially Greater London – suffered heavily under a barrage of day and nighttime raids by the then mighty Luftwaffe; raids which killed some 20,000 people and destroyed or damaged one million homes during what came to be known as the London Blitz. A ‘baby blitz’ followed, from […]

Cruiser Birmingham: Detailed in the Original Builders’ Plans, Conrad Waters

Air War Northern Ireland: Britain’s Air Arms and the ‘Bandit Country’ of South Armagh, Operation Banner 1969 – 2007, Steven Taylor