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Hobart’s 79th Armoured Division at War Beyond Rome to the Alps Panzer I and II: The Birth of Hitler’s Panzerwaffe Female Railway Workers in World War II

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A Spitfire Girl Hitler’s Brandenburgers Churchill’s Last Wartime Secret 1000 Days on the River Kwai

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Major and Mrs Holt’s Definitive Battlefield Guide to the D-Day Normandy Landing Beaches Alastair Denniston British Tanks: The Second World War Sword Beach

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15 August 1945: VJ Day
On 15 August 1945, Japan’s surrender was announced, and Allied nations celebrated VJ Day (Victory Over Japan Day). Japan signed a peace treaty on 2 September 1945, which officially ended the Second World War.
Victory in the Pacific and the Far East China and Japan at War 1937 – 1945 Healing in Hell

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Japan’s Blitzkrieg Far East Air Operations 1942-1945 Big Gun Battles

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A Cruel Captivity – Prisoners of the Japanese, Their Ordeal and The Legacy by Ellie Taylor.

Carefully and sensitively researched, A Cruel Captivity describes the ordeals of, and lasting impact on, survivors of Japanese captivity.

Differing in a number of respects from other moving POW accounts, this book covers the experiences of 22 servicemen from the Army, Royal Navy, RAF and volunteer forces who were held captive in numerous locations through South East Asia including Thailand, Burma, Hong Kong, the Spice Islands and Japan itself. Some had to endure the inhumane conditions during hazardous journeys on the ‘hellships’ and all suffered appalling cruelty, starvation, disease and prolonged degradation on an epic scale. Yet these were the fortunate ones – many thousands perished and their graves were unmarked.

The book also examines the differing mental and physical effects that the prisoners’ captors’ cruel treatment had on them. The author’s handling of the ‘legacy’ of their experiences during the post-war years makes this moving book particularly important. For a full understanding of this dreadful aspect of the Second World War, A Cruel Captivity is a must-read.

18 August 1940: ‘The Hardest Day’
The 18 August 1940 is recognised as ‘The Hardest Day’ during the Battle of Britain, with the Luftwaffe and RAF losing more aircraft combined on this day than any other during the campaign.
Knights of the Battle of Britain Luftwaffe Bombers in the Battle of Britain Men of the Battle of Britain

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The Few: Preparation for the Battle of Britain The RAF Battle of Britain Fighter Pilots’ Kitbag The Battle of Britain: Luftwaffe Blitz

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