Cassell; R. G. Grant
1001 Battles That Changed the Course of History is the essential guide to the most intense, dramatic, important, and extraordinary conflicts that have occurred over the last five millennia.
A magnificent account of one American platoon's tour of duty in Baghdad. It is simply one of the most powerful, nerve-shredding pieces of war writing ever.
A comprehensive guide to the organisation, equipment and tactics of today's British Army. This latest edition will incorporate details of all of army reorganisation and regimental amalgamations plus details...
Born in St Dominigue in 1762, the son of a French nobleman and a sugar plantation slave, General Alexandre Dumas did not have an auspicious start in life. This book...
WINNER OF THE ORWELL PRIZE 2012. The inside story of one of the most notorious tours of duty of the current Afghan War.
Holmes' final book is a comprehensive account of the changing role of Britain's staunchest defenders.
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Steve Davies; Paul F. Crickmore
Throughout its 34-year Cold War career with the USAF and CIA, the top secret Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird spy plane was the world's fastest and highest-flying operational manned aircraft. This title...
Brian Lavery, the pre-eminent historian of the Royal Navy, returns with the third volume of his engaging social history of the Royal Navy's 'lower deck'...
Gregory Fremont-Barnes; Graham Turner
On 3 April 1982 British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher announced that Argentine armed forces had landed on British sovereign territory and had run up the Argentine flag. An immediate response...
Drawn from the wit and wisdom of the Army Rumour Service, Britain's biggest and most active military website, this title gives the inside track on all aspects of modern British...
Chris Webber gives an overview of Thracian history and culture, but focuses predominantly on their warfare and weapons. The latest archaeological finds are used to give the most detailed and...
Scott M. Rusch
Scott Rusch examines what is known of the history of Sparta, from the settlement of the city to her defeat at Theban hands, focusing upon military campaigns and the strategic...
Since the war of 1982, the 3,000 people who live in the remote Falkland Islands have replaced traditional colonial rule with their own autonomous government, and ...
Few soldiers are deemed good enough to be selected and trained as snipers and even fewer qualify. As a result, snipers are regarded as the elite of their units and...
Britain's great battlefield generals of the Second World War like Montgomery and Slim would have failed had not General Sir Ronald Adam been appointed Adjutant-General...
David Nicolle; Adam Hook
"Medieval cavalry tactics: Europe AD 450-1250".