Joys of War, From The Foreign Legion, the SAS and into Hell With PTSD

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This is a very important book at many levels and deserves a wide readership, not least because it deals with aspects of war that we often chose to ignore. The story of the author’s extraordinary military experiences is covered warts and all, as is his struggle to adjust to life beyond the military. – Much Recommended

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Your Towns & Cities in World War Two, Cumbria At War 1939-45

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The series is famous for producing a very affordable series of military and war history books with a high image content. This new book is a worthy addition to a well-established series. The story of the towns, cities and regions of Britain during WWII demonstrates the total war nature of this costly conflict. – Much Recommended

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Arras Counter-Attack 1940

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The author, a former soldier, has written 15 well-received books but is perhaps best known as a member of the innovative team at Battlefield History TV. This is the largely untold story of how two British tank regiments counter-attacked the invading Germans, helped secure the evacuation of more than 300,000 British and French troops from the Beaches of Dunkirk and made such an impression on Rommel that he thought he was being attacked by five Divisions . – Most Highly Recommended

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Images of War, Kent at War, Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives

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The Images at War series is now a highly popular series with a well-established format, this new volume is a worthy new addition. The concise text supports the outstanding image selection very well. This is a very informative review of a part of Britain that was closest to the enemy and even within range of German guns. It was an armed camp where civilians and soldiers lived and worked closely together . – Very Highly Recommended

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Images of War, Mi Abrams Tank, Rare Photographs From Wartime Archives

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The Images at War series is now a highly popular series with a well-established format, this new volume is a worthy new addition. The concise text supports the outstanding image selection very well. This is a very informative review of one of the most important Main Battle Tanks currently in service . – Highly Recommended

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D-Day Cover Up At Pointe Du Hoc, The History of the 2nd & 5th US ARMY Rangers 1st May – 10th June 1944

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The second volume of this epic study breaks new ground. The four year research period, with access to TOP SECRET material only recently reclassified, provides a unique view of the US Army Rangers. Inevitably it challenges many accepted beliefs in the actions covered because it has access to information not available to historians before . – Highly Recommended

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