The GameChangers Series

The GameChangers Series

by BigJules

I’ve always been fascinated by pivotal points in history; events and discoveries in the past that have shaped our modern world – and it’s been a most enjoyable diversion from my Kydd Series (which I am certainly continuing with, as well…) to write the first two books in GameChangers Series, The Silk Tree and The Powder of Death. They are both standalone novels, but connected by the fact that they deal with major milestones in history that have shaped our modern world.

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Wellington’s Engineers, Military Engineering in the Peninsular War, 1808-1814


This is a very welcome addition to the publish pool of knowledge for the Peninsular War and general warfare to the 20th Century. Very readable and well-supported by images, This is the first book to cover military engineering during the Peninsular War by the British Army. A must-read book for all interested in land forces at war.

Russian Eyewitness Accounts of the Campaign of 1807



This carefully edited collection of eyewitness accounts of the battles between the French and the Russians provides a balanced view but much of the information will be new to English-language readers. There is a fine monochrome photo-plate section which adds greatly to the content, graphically demonstrating the terrible conditions under which many battles were fought. Recommended.

Churchill’s Navy, The Ships People and Organization 1939-1945



The author is now so firmly established as a prolific writer of naval subjects that each new book tends to be compared to his previous work rather than to current and past authors. Once again, he has produced an authoritative work that is both concise and comprehensive. The work is lavishly illustrated and will stand for many years as the definitive work on the subject. Highly Recommended.

The Battle of the River Plate, The First Naval Battle of the Second World War



This was not only the first naval battle of WWII, but it was a victory for a small force of British and Commonwealth warships against a significantly more powerful enemy. The author has produced a well researched work that carries monochrome images in support of a flowing text that carries the reader through this exciting story.Highly Recommended.

Despatches From The Front, Operations in North Africa and the Middle East 1942-1944, El Alamein, Tunisia, Algeria and Operation Torch.



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London Transport Museum is appealing for votes for its First World War Battle Bus as it strives for nationwide acclaim on BBC One in this year’s National Lottery Awards. Winning would throw a spotlight on the sacrifice made by thousands of Londoners who fought and served during the First World War.

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