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Latest releases, just in!
Ship Models from Kits Somme 1916 Agent Michael Trotobas and SOE in Northern France Stilicho: The Vandal Who Saved Rome

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The Royal Naval Air Service in the First World War Escape From The Japanese Malta’s Greater Siege Professor Porsche’s Wars

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Author event: Foundling Sunday

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Dr Sara Read, lecturer at Loughborough University, will be speaking at The Foundling Museum this Sunday, 6 December as part of the Foundling Sunday event.

The talk, which starts at 2pm, is free with museum entry and discusses the changes and continuities in customs and experiences of childbirth in the early modern era and contemporary society. Following the talk, London-based French pianist Louise Cournarie shares her modern vision of Baroque music.

Sara Read is the author of Maids, Wives and Widows – a lively exploration of the everyday lives of women in early modern England. The book describes the experiences of women over a 200 year period, from 1540–1740, noting the changes and continuities of daily life during this fascinating era. It 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, as well as highlighting key moments in women’s history.

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The History of the Green Howards Hull in the Great War A Chronology of Ancient Greece

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Mithridates the Great British Expeditionary Force – The 1915 Campaign Visiting the Fallen – Arras Memorials

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Your guide to Christmas 2015…
New from Richard Van Emden

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Captain Albert Mure, a company commander in the 5th Battalion The Royal Scots, spent 43 days in Gallipoli – far longer than many men who fought there would survive. In those few weeks, this brave, stoical officer was reduced from a fit, determined leader of men to a physical and mental wreck.

Originally published in 1919, Mure’s story of his experiences at Gallipoli is full of a rawness and immediacy that makes it worthy of a place amongst the many Great War memoirs. In simple and honest language, Mure conveys the drama of the first landings, knowing that very shortly afterwards he and his men would be ashore and experiencing the same fate; his sympathy for those under his command is clear. Although suffering from shell shock, when the time came for him to leave the peninsular, he nevertheless felt like a deserter, remarking that, ‘you can carry a no-longer-fit soldier’s body out of the firing-line, but not his soul.’

More Great War titles by Richard Van Emden can be found here.

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The Great Western Eight Coupled Heavy Freight Locomotives Malta’s Greater Siege Seaforth World Naval Review

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Great Western Halls and Modified Halls The British Carrier Strike Fleet The British Army Guide 2016-2017

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