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German Naval Guns Hunting the Essex Churchill’s Underground Army The Road to Dunkirk

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Secret Days Hitler’s Spyplane Over Normandy 1944 Secrets of a German PoW Air War D-Day: Gold Juno Sword

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The Royal Navy and the War at Sea – 1914-1919 An Alternative History of Britain: The Tudors Tanks on the Somme Assault on Normandy – Pointe du Hoc

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Captured at Arnhem – From Railwayman to Paratrooper

Tom Hicks’ story begins when he joins the LMS straight from school and follows his early life on the railways in the 1930s, through enlistment, training as a paratrooper, wartime service, imprisonment and his return to the LMS as an engine driver. With insightful commentary from Tom’s son Norman, this is the story of an ordinary soldier, who was motivated by pride in his unit. It was this that would not let him leave the army when he was twice given the opportunity to return home to support the struggling railway system. Tom has recounted his experiences with a keen eye and the sense of humour that has always enabled him to triumph in the face of adversity.

Family History sale picks
Tracing Your Legal Ancestors Tracing Your Ancestors’ Childhood Tracing Your Medical Ancestors Tracing Your Labour Movement Ancestors

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My War in the Air 1916 – Memoirs of a Great War Pilot

Originally published under the title An Airman’s Outing, this magnificent title chronicles the daily life of the Flying Officer during the Great War. Touchingly dedicated to ‘The Fallen of Umpty Squadron R.F.C.’, Bott chronicles the lives and losses of his squadron as they carried out their duties over France in 1916. A modest and unflinching account of Great War aviation, Bott neither aggrandises nor dismisses any achievement of his crack squadron. A squadron that suffered so heavily, holding the record for casualties sustained by any flying squadron during three months, from the beginning of the war to the end of 1916 – a testament to the bravery and determination of the men who continued to serve within it.

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