A historical overview, and compendium of the Falklands War and the groups involved
A description of sniping in recent years and the changes brought into the SEAL sniper program.
This is a traditionally laid out book from Ladybird which many of you may remember either from your own childhood days or from buying and reading to your own children. There is a page of text on the left side of the book and a full page piece of artwork on the right hand page. The big difference is that these are written for adult readers with much more information than a child’s book would contain. Having said that, I don’t really see the point of the books. The text is by the very well...
The story of a Territorial Gunner in the Great War.
A compendious account of the evolution of the cruiser in RN service during and a while after Victoria's reign, elegantly presented
August 1914 A clash of empires. How would England's Common Law function in a major war. Would the freedoms of the subject be preserved? An account of the bench in the Great War
Former soldier dealing with Road Rage/PTSD.
An A - Z of Coastal Command during the Second World War
An interesting biography of an unusual talented and very interesting man, who did our country great service.
12 short stories from the Jack Reacher series.
The final instalment in the Parthian Chronicles
British and Australian breaching of the Hindenburg Line in 1917.
Back in the mid-1980s, (the time of the Russian invasion of Afghanistan, deployment of cruise and Pershing missiles and the SS21 and Reagan’s “Evil Empire speech” there was a group called Frankie Goes to Hollywood which had a hit with a song which opened “War. What is it good for? Absolutely nothing!” Seven words which made a point with admirable clarity, albeit the argument was a bit skimpy.
Three decades later A C Grayling has emerged from St Anne’s College, Oxford and published this...
Fiction, Adventure, Murder.
A Cassie Dewel story.
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