The German 88 – The Most Famous Gun of the Second World War

The German 88 mm guns became the most famous and feared artillery pieces of the Second World War. They appeared in a whole series of forms ranging … [Read more...]





If Rome Hadn’t Fallen – How the Survival of Rome Might Have Changed World History

This is a fascinating exploration of how the history of Europe, and indeed the world, might have been different if the Western Roman Empire had … [Read more...]





SAS Trooper – Charlie Radford’s Operations in Enemy-Occupied France and Italy

A pre-war Sapper, Charlie Radford served in North Africa until he returned to the UK for parachute training. He volunteered and joined 2SAS in … [Read more...]





Fighting Through – From Dunkirk to Hamburg – A Green Howards Wartime Memoir

When Bill Cheall joined up in April 1939, he could not have imagined the drama, trauma, rewards and anguish that lay in store. First and foremost a … [Read more...]





Fighting Brigadier – The Life of Brigadier James Hill DSO* MC

In the 1930s James Hill was forced to leave the Army because he was under 26 when he married. Recalled to the colours he won his MC with the BEF in … [Read more...]