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  1. The Black Book

    The Black Book
  2. The Day the Nazis Came Here

    "The astonishing true story of a childhood journey from the occupied Channel Islands to the dark heart of a German prison camp."
    £7.99
  3. Killing Doctor Death

    Nazi war criminal Dr Aribert Heim carried out grotesque, sadistic medical experiments on Jewish prisoners at the Mauthausen concentration camp. Alerted of his imminent arrest in 1962, Heim disappeared. Here, is the dramatic true story of how a clandestine organisation tracked down the 'Butcher of Mauthausen' and assassinated him.
  4. All in the Same Boat

    Written with the real-life protagonists, this unique perspective on the Falklands War relates the incredible experiences of a group of men in a conflict they never signed up for, while demonstrating how lasting bonds can be formed between the unlikeliest of people.
  5. The Squadron That Died Twice

    On a fine morning in May 1940, twelve twin-engined bombers of 82 Squadron RAF set out from Watton, Norfolk, in a brave but hopeless attempt to slow down the German armour ripping through Belgium. Sergeant 'Jock' Morrison was the pilot of the only one to come home.
  6. Fighter Pilot's Handbook - Magic, Death and Glory in the Golden Age of Flight

    Fighter Pilot's Handbook - Magic, Death and Glory in the Golden Age of Flight
  7. The Fighter Pilot's Handbook

    How did a working-class boy mechanic finish with fifty-seven fighter victories? What was special about Udet, Boelcke, and von Richthofen? Who were the greatest aces, and what were their real scores? What were the best fighter aircraft of WWI? These and many other questions are answered in Gordon Thorburn's fascinating study of the first air war.
  8. Too Brave to Live, Too Young to Die - Teenage Heroes From WWI

    Too Brave to Live, Too Young to Die - Teenage Heroes From WWI
  9. Too Brave to Live, Too Young to Die

    This book concerns the young men who were not yet twenty when they won the Victoria Cross, the British armed forces highest award for gallantry. Many perished in the action that earned them the VC. Their exploits deserve to be remembered - in the hope that young men will never be called on to do such things again.
  10. Never Broken - My Journey from the Horrors of Iraq to the Birth of My Miracle Baby

    Never Broken - My Journey from the Horrors of Iraq to the Birth of My Miracle Baby
  11. The Squadron That Died Twice

    'Where's everybody else, Morrison?' - Wing Commander Paddy Bandon to Sergeant Jock Morrison, 17 May 1940 Morrison had brought home the sole surviving 82 Squadron aircraft of twelve that had set out on a bombing sortie over France earlier that day. None of the other eleven bombers made it back to RAF Watton.
    Starting at: £4.99
  12. The Squadron That Died Twice - The story of No. 82 Squadron RAF, which in 1940 lost 23 out of 24 aircraft in two bombing raids

    The Squadron That Died Twice - The story of No. 82 Squadron RAF, which in 1940 lost 23 out of 24 aircraft in two bombing raids

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