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July Titles – New Releases and Coming Soon
Sniper of the Skies
Sniper of the Skies
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Now: £15.99
The Battle of Burma 1943-1945
The Battle of Burma 1943-1945
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Now: £20.00
RAF In Camera: 1950s
RAF In Camera: 1950s
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Now: £28.00
Voices in Flight: The Night Air War
Voices in Flight: The Night Air War
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Now: £20.00
Air Men Behind the Medals
Air Men Behind the Medals
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Now: £15.99
Badges And Uniforms Of The RAF
Badges And Uniforms Of The RAF
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Now: £10.39
Voodoo Warriors
Voodoo Warriors
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Now: £13.50
American Eagles
American Eagles
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Men of the Battle of Britain
Men of the Battle of Britain
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Now: £40.00
Fighting the Breakout
Fighting the Breakout
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HMS Cavalier: Destroyer 1944
HMS Cavalier: Destroyer 1944
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Now: £11.99
Voices in Flight: Daylight Bombing Operations 1939 - 1942
Voices in Flight: Daylight Bombing Operations 1939 – 1942
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Blockade Runner
Blockade Runner
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Our Price: £5.00
Spartacus: Talons of an Empire
Spartacus: Talons of an Empire
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Lincoln's Assassin
Lincoln’s Assassin
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Lifeboatmen
Lifeboatmen
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In the News
Carve Her Name With Pride
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Now: £10.00
WW2 medals sold at auction to remain in UK

Second World War medals awarded to Resistance heroine Violette Szabo, including the George Cross and the Croix de Guerre, were sold at auction on Wednesday.

The medals sold to Lord Ashcroft’s collection within a minute and raised a sum of £260,000. They are expected to go on sale in the Imperial War Museum, London. Tania Szabo, daughter of Violette, said it was a “difficult decision” to part with her mother’s medals, but an “important one for the nation”. Lord Ashcroft said of the sale: “I am absolutely thrilled to have acquired such an iconic medal group, awarded to a remarkable woman.”

The story behind the medals is told in Violette’s biography, Carve Her Name With Pride, which is on sale now for only £10. A free article about her capture by the Germans in the French time of Salon-la-Tour is available on Warfare Magazine.

 


 

Top 12 Best Sellers
The End of Empire
The End of Empire
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Now: £15.99
British and Commonwealth Warship Camouflage of WW II
British and Commonwealth Warship Camouflage of WW II
Was: £30.00
Now: £24.00
Secret Wings of WWII
Secret Wings of WWII
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HMS Victory
HMS Victory
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HMS Belfast: Cruiser 1939
HMS Belfast: Cruiser 1939
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Japanese Battleships 1897–1945
Japanese Battleships 1897–1945
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Very Special Intelligence (2015)
Very Special Intelligence (2015)
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The Victorian Steam Locomotive
The Victorian Steam Locomotive
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Nelson's Victory
Nelson’s Victory
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Voices in Flight: Daylight Bombing Operations 1939 - 1942
Voices in Flight: Daylight Bombing Operations 1939 – 1942
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Now: £20.00
From the Dardanelles to Oran
From the Dardanelles to Oran
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The Frigate HMS Trincomalee 1817
The Frigate HMS Trincomalee 1817
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Author Event this Saturday
Maids, Wives, Widows
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Maids, Wives, Widows

Dr Sara Read will be signing copies of Maids, Wives, Widows at The Big Comfy Bookshop, Coventry, on Saturday, 25 July from 1-4pm. Details of this event can be found via the event page on Facebook.

Maids, Wives, Widows is a lively exploration of the everyday lives of women in early modern England, from 1540-1740. The book uncovers details of how women filled their days, what they liked to eat and drink, what jobs they held, and how they raised their children. With chapters devoted to beauty regimes, fashion, and literature, the book also examines the cultural as well as the domestic aspect of early modern women’s lives. Further, the book answers questions such as how women understood and dealt with their monthly periods and what it was like to give birth in a time before modern obstetric care was available.