The Battle of the River Plate, a Grand Delusion

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The Battle of the River Plate was an important propaganda coup 
for Great Britain and the Commonwealth. As such, there was 
inevitably some development of myth. The author has produced a 
very readable review of the action that reassesses the event. 
Highly recommended.

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Warships After Washington, The Development of the Five Major Fleets 1922-1930

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The Washington Treaty attempted much but delivered poorly. 
However, it introduced some very creative ways of designing 
and building warships to maximise permitted tonnage. The author 
has produced a comprehensive review of the Washington Treaty's 
impact on naval fleet development between the two World Wars. 
Most highly recommended.

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Secret Days, Codebreaking in Bletchley Park

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With the ending of the Cold War, an increasing number of accounts 
of work at Bletchley Park and its out-stations has been published. 
The author has produced a graphic human presentation of life at 
Bletchley Park and is one of the last surviving codebreakers of 
Hut 6. Most highly recommended.

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Life in Napoleon’s Army, The Graphic Memoirs of Captain Elzear Blaze

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This is a fine addition to the outstanding collection of classic 
works published, under the frontline imprint, on the Napoleonic 
Wars. This fascinating book reproduces the memoirs of a mid rank 
officer during the Napoleonic Wars. There is no photo-plate 
section but there are some charming pen sketches. A very worthwhile 
read of original source material.

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Daring Raids of World War Two, Heroic Land, Sea & Air Attacks

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World War Two introduced large numbers of special forces, some 
traditional raids from the sea, and large scale raids by air. 
This fascinating book covers a selection  of raids to illustrate 
the new scope for attacks on and behind enemy lines, with the 
blurring of military operations, intelligence and spying, a great 
read with some truly inspiring stories.

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Red Star Against the Swastika, The Story of a Soviet Pilot over the Eastern Front

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Although there are several books about Luftwaffe Stuka pilots, 
there is almost nothing about their Soviet counterparts. This is 
the extraordinary story of Vasily B Emelianenko, a veteran pilot 
flying the Shturmovik ground attack aircraft.

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Aisne 1918, Battleground North West France

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The publisher has built an outstanding catalogue of battlefield guides and 2016 marked an expansion as part of the centenary events marking WWI. This book is a very worthy addition and provides excellent illustration and clear concise text. Essential companion on a battlefield visit.


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