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The French at Waterloo: Eyewitness Accounts The Real Beatrix Potter The Russian Baltic Fleet in the Time of War and Revolution, 1914–1918 North Vietnam’s 1972 Easter Offensive

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Korean War – Chinese Invasion Irish Servicewomen in the Great War The Light Division in the Peninsular War, 1808–1811 Victory at Gallipoli, 1915

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Children Against Hitler – The Young Resistance Heroes of the Second World War by Monica Porter.

As featured by the Jewish Chronicle: The brave teenagers who took on the Nazis; Monica Porter’s new book tells the story of courageous children who joined the resistance in World War Two

Few know the real life stories of the children and teenagers who stood up to the Nazis. Here, for the first time, Monica Porter gathers together their stories from many corners of occupied Europe, showing how in a variety of audacious and inventive ways children as young as six resisted the Nazi menace, risking and sometimes even sacrificing their brief lives in the process: a heroism that until now has largely gone unsung.

A selection of reviews via NetGalley: ‘Interesting, informative and inspirational.’

‘What an eye opener. Really interesting to read. Lots of history to get sucked into.’

‘Overall this was a fascinating book… 5 stars!’

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The Life and Letters of Emma Hamilton The King’s Men The History of Gibbeting The Jacobite Rising of 1715 and the Murray Family

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Living with Allergies The Dark Age of Tanks Visitors’ Historic Britain: Norwich and Norfolk Hunting the Last Great Pirate

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Hitler’s Housewives Hitler’s Hangmen The Thames at War The Infamous Sophie Dawes

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The Wildlife Gardener by Kate Bradbury.

‘A joyous book’ ~ Alan Titchmarsh

‘Bright, colourful and boundlessly enthusiastic, this is also a practical guide to making your garden a refuge for wildlife to fit all plots.’ ~ Chris Packham

The Wildlife Gardener is a book which helps you to create wildlife habitats in your very own garden, and is very handily split into sections on shelter, food and water. Kate Bradbury gives advice on the best nectar and pollen plants to grow, dos and don’ts of bird feeding and organic methods of pest control. There are also 10 step-by-step projects that will help encourage wildlife into your garden, such as: creating a bumblebee nester, making a green roof and building a hedgehog box. With step-by-step pictures to help you follow the instructions, these homely creations are all achievable in a weekend and are suitable for even the smallest gardens.

Also included is a mini field guide, which will help you to identify the birds and other creatures that you are likely to spot in your garden. Kate gives tips on particular species, explaining what to look out for and how to cater for specific birds, mammals, bees, butterflies, moths and pond life.

The Wildlife Gardener is a passionately written, practical book that is essential reading for those who would like to make homes for wildlife in their garden.

On the blog…

A summary of new articles added to the blog this week:

‘A Privileged Journey’ by David Maidment

‘The North London Murder Enigma’ by Dr Jonathan Oates

Meet the author: Andrew Bartlett

‘Roger Keyes – Churchill’s Admiral in two World Wars’ by Jim Crossley

‘The Last Invasion of Britain’ by Phil Carradice

Meet the author: Malcolm Clegg

‘The Mystery of the Medway U-boats: solved’ by Aidan Dodson

‘The Black Death: A Medieval Pandemic’ by Helen Kay

‘Ménage à trois? Nothing was ever too much for the infamous Sophie Dawes’ by Adrian Searle

‘“NONE SO BLIND” – the RAF attitude to dive-bombing’ by Peter Smith

‘Bringing “Dark Ages” Women into the Light – Annie Whitehead’

On this day 1915 – the Armenian Genocide

Video: ‘Sneak Peek: Modern Rainbow Patchwork Quilts

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