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Guderian: Panzer General Operation Fall Weiss Captured Germans – British POW Camps in WWI Wartime Standard Ships

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Warfare in Neolithic Europe The Armies of Ancient Persia: The Sassanians More Luck of a Lancaster Children’s Homes

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Kings of the Sea The Royal Navy’s Air Service in the Great War Churchill and Fisher The Boat that Won the War

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The Third Reich in 100 Objects by Roger Moorhouse

100 items from the Nazi Regime have featured in a new book after being kept in the Imperial War Museum. As seen in the Mail Online.

Hitler’s Third Reich is still the focus of numerous articles, books and films: no conflict of the twentieth century has prompted such interest or such a body of literature. Approaching the canon of World War II literature is a challenge for a general reader but the 100 objects approach is a novel and accessible presentation.

This is a compelling, frequently shocking and revelatory guide to the Third Reich that has been collated and presented by two of the world’s leading World War II historians.

The photographs gathered by Roger Moorhouse include Pervitin, Hitler’s Mercedes, Wehrmach toilet paper, Hitler’s grooming kit, the Nuremberg courtroom, the Tiger Tank, fragments of flak, the Iron Cross and, of course, the Swastika and Mein Kampf.

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Churchill and Tito The Victoria Crosses of the Crimean War Stalag Luft I

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Waterloo: The Truth At Last US Marine Corps Uniforms and Equipment in the Second World War Napoleon Victorious

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Bestselling preorder: Alastair Denniston

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Alastair Denniston – Code-breaking From Room 40 to Berkeley Street and the Birth of GCHQ by Joel Greenberg.

Some of the individuals who played key roles in the success of Bletchley Park in reading the secret communications of Britain’s enemies during the Second World War have become well-known figures. However, the man who created and led the organisation based there has, surprisingly, been overlooked – until now. In 1914 Alastair Denniston was one of the first recruits into the Admiralty’s fledgling codebreaking section which became known as Room 40. There a team drawn from a wide range of professions successfully decrypted intercepted German communications throughout the First World War.

After the Armistice, Room 40 was merged with the British Army’s equivalent section – MI.1 – to form the Government Code and Cypher School (GC&CS). Initially based in London, from August 1939 GC&CS was largely located at Bletchley Park, with Alastair Denniston as its Operational Director. Denniston was moved in 1942 from military to civilian intelligence at Berkeley Street, London. Small at first, as Enigma traffic diminished towards the end of the Second World War, diplomatic and commercial codebreaking became of increasing importance and a vital part of Britain’s signal intelligence effort. GC&CS was renamed the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) in June 1946, and moved to the outskirts of Cheltenham. It continues to be the UK’s signal intelligence gathering organisation. With the support and assistance of the both the Denniston family and GCHQ, Joel Greenberg has produced this absorbing story of Commander Alexander ‘Alastair’ Guthrie Denniston OBE, CBE, CMG, RNVR.

Also by Joel Greenberg: Gordon Welchman, Bletchley Park’s Architect of Ultra Intelligence

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The Men Who Flew the Phantom F-4 The Sailors Behind the Medals A Secret History of Brands RAF In Camera: 1970s

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Fatal Evidence C-130 Hercules Welsh at War Dien Bien Phu

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El Alamein 1942 Churchill Tanks Photographing the Fallen The Life of Henrietta Anne

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