A real-life adventure story of shipwreck and disaster at sea
Fiction. Tales of an airborne soldier.
South African mecahanised forces 1978-2005
A further and very beautifully produced instalment of Richard Perkins' RN recognition drawings
An absolutely superb compendium of detail on the appearance of British capital ships 1895-1939
A new look at Nelson's muse
A detailed description of how not to carry out amphibious operations or operations with an ally
Events leading up to, and the German invasion of Norway, climaxing in the 1st battle of Narvik
The story of Royal Navy Monitors.
They say that truth is stranger than fiction, and in the case of this book it certainly is true. Can you believe that in the mid 80s, the surviving few of the original SAS members were holed up in a hotel and over a period of three day’s intensive filming amassed over 120 hours of footage? More incredibly, that footage was never used for the purpose intended and it was stashed away and forgotten about? Seems unbelievable doesn’t it? But that forgotten footage is the basis of this book as...
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