We get so much book chatter, in threads like What are you reading at the moment? & My book-buying "problem" , among a multitude of other...
Images of war.
M12 Gun Motor Carriage
Rare photographs from wartime archives.
Quite tricky to review...
For those who are not aware, the UK book publisher Wing Leader are publishing a series of books that cover the RAF Bomber Command and German night...
A statement summing up the P-39 from Profile Publication number 165
"With its tough hide and the spirit of its defiant pilots in the face of...
Forgotten Tanks & Guns of the 1920s, 1930s, & 1940s.
Author: David Lister
I only noticed a week-ish ago that this...
The autobiography of the chief interpreter at history's greatest trials.
My two penn'orth.....
Review of Anthony Beevor’s Arnhem 1944: The Battle for the Bridges London 2018
This is an excellent book that is an...
In line with my recent decision to buy no further books unless they can be read on Kindle, I was delighted to see that Forum member Peter...
Didn't find a mention on this excellent little book on the Valentine Tank here, so I put a link to my short year old review here.
Pen & Sword offered this book for review.
Send More Shrouds - hardback
Send More Shrouds - ebook
An Intensive Blue...
Daring Missions of WWII by Women of OSS & SOE
Gordon Thomas & Greg Lewis
I have always found the stories of the women who...
Nosing around the internet I came across this site - link - http://www.sas-lrdg-roh.com/
It is a new book/series of books that seems to do what...
From The Glasgow Herald, January 14, 1957
ZEAL, DISCIPLINE, AND FAMILY FEELING
The Scots Guards at War
by Bernard Fergusson
Old forum member and thoroughly decent chap Alan Allport has published his second book.
From The Times, March 1973
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