Operation Chariot – The Raid on St Nazaire

By March 1942, mainland France had been under German occupation for almost two years. Every month that passed saw Germany bolster her defences … [Read more...]





Special Forces: Bruneval Raid – Operation Biting

In 1941 Dr RV Jones became convinced that the Germans had developed their own radar system that would account for increasing RAF bomber … [Read more...]





Channel Islands – Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark

The only part of the British Isles that can answer the question 'What was it like to be invaded and occupied in World War 2?’ are the holiday islands … [Read more...]





Surgeon at Arms – Parachuting into Arnhem with the First Airbornes

Surgeon at Arms is without doubt one of the most interesting and dramatic personal memoirs to come out of the Second World War. The author, a … [Read more...]





Battlefield General: Arnhem 1944

This is the first in a series of game books which put you in command of the forces in engaged in some of history's most famous battles. Your … [Read more...]





Code Name MULBERRY – The Planning, Building, and Operation of the Normandy Harbours

The story of the Mulberry harbours must rank among the most remarkable to emerge from the Second World War. In terms of engineering achievement, it … [Read more...]





Notes of a Russian Sniper

‘As a sniper, I’ve killed more than a few Nazis. I have a passion for observing enemy behaviour. You watch a Nazi officer come out of a bunker, … [Read more...]





The German Army at Ypres 1914

This book will be the first complete account of the operations of the German army in the battles north of Lille in the late autumn of 1914. The … [Read more...]





Donald Dean VC

'The Germans are here, goodbye!' Those were the words of Victoria Cross hero Donald Dean to his commander as enemy soldiers broke into his trench in … [Read more...]





ASA Briggs Secret Days – Codebreaking in Bletchley Park

The Bletchley Park memoir of Lord Asa Briggs will be one of the most important documents to be published in 2010. Lord Briggs has long been regarded … [Read more...]