1. Auld-Yin

    Sword of Bone by Anthony Rhodes

    Review by @exbluejob This book was first printed in 1942 and has recently been reissued by the Imperial War Museum. It received much praise when first released, essentially for the writers very clear and engaging style of writing. He later went on to become an author. He is very clearly well...
  2. Drew5233

    Interested in the 1940 France and Flanders Campaign?

    Just in case anyone is interested in the above campaign, Dunkirk et all I've set a up a Facebook page a few weeks ago. I only set it up a few weeks ago and I've added close to 200 related pictures, all the VC citations with maps (ideal for battlefield tours) with lots more detailed info and...