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...]





Horsemen in No Man’s Land – British Cavalry and Trench Warfare 1914-1918

Of what use were the British cavalry during the years of trench warfare on the Western Front? On a static battlefield dominated by the weapons of … [Read more...]





Haig: Master of the Field

A distinguished soldier who had served in South Africa, the Author was selected to be Haig’s Director of Operations in 1915, a key position he held … [Read more...]