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By: Brown Malcolm and Cave Julia

Price: $45.00

Publisher: J.M. Dent, London, 1988

Edition: 1st Edition

Drawing on a wealth of material this book presents an authentic portrait of the real Lawrence, from his schooldays, through his Middle Eastern years and his years in the ranks to the lonely, final weeks at Clouds Hill, his Dorset cottage on the road to which he has his fatal accident. View more info

AN INFANTRYMAN IN STALINGRAD From 24 September 1942 to 2 February 1943

By: Holl Adelbert

Price: $130.00

Publisher: Leaping Horseman Books, Australia, 2005

Edition: 1st English

The author was a 23 year old infantry Leutnant when he rejoined his unit in Stalingrad after recovering from wounds he suffered in April 1942. This book records his experiences as a junior infantry commander in 94 Infanterie-Division during the Stalingrad battle. It is sombre, factual, without pathos as written by a front line soldier. The text is supplemented with excerpts from official war diaries, 25 photos, 24 maps, 19 aerial photos and 40 supporting documents. View more info

BLOWING OUR BRIDGES A Memoir From Dunkirk to Korea Via Normandy

By: Younger Major-General Tony

Price: $38.00

Publisher: Pen & Sword Military, UK, 2004

Edition: 1st Edition

This book transports the reader back to dangerous and dramatic times and provides a vivid account of the author's experiences. Including his involvement in the wartime anthrax experiment that still renders the remote island of Gruinard uninhabitable. As a junior Sapper officer, after delaying the Germans devastating advance through Belgium and Northern France in May 1940 the author recounts his escape back to England. These are only two of his experiences recounted in... View more info


By: Fyans Peter

Price: $47.00

Publisher: Pen & Sword Military, UK, 2012

Edition: 2nd Edition

Inscription: Heavy Book Over 500 Gms

Fergus Anckorn was conscripted into the army in 1939 when World War 11 broke out, and was posted to Singapore in 1942 . Captured by the Japanese he was put to work on the infamous "Death Railway". This is his story and his survival under extreme difficulties. View more info

FIRE IN THE NIGHT Wingate of Burma, Ethiopia and Zion

By: Bierman John and Smith Colin

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Macmillan UK, 2000

Excellent Condition. "Orde Charles Wingate was arguably the most eccentric and charismatic of all the generals on either side of World War 11, and perhaps the most brilliant and innovative. Winston Churchill thought him a military genius, others considered him greatly over-rated, a few even thought him mad." A well constructed biography of Wingate whose untimely death in an aircrash aged forty one made him one of the most controversial figures of World War 11. View more info

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LAWRENCE The Uncrowned King of Arabia

By: Asher Michael

Price: $17.00

Publisher: Penguin London, 1999

Well researched and presented account of the life of T.E. LAWRENCE. Black/White and Colour plates support the text. View more info

OPERATION MINCEMEAT The True Spy Story That Changed the Course of World War 11

By: Macintyre Ben

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Bloomsbury London, 2010

Edition: 1st Soft Cover Edition

"With its fantastic plot and its cast of eccentric characters, he book reads like the most improbable of spy stories. It is a tribute to Macintyre's skill that we never for a moment forget that it is actually all true" Daily Telegraph View more info

THE FIGHT FOR MALAYA The Jungle War of Maurice Cotterill

By: Holder R.W.

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Editions Didier Millet KL, 2007

Edition: 1st Edition

An amaging story of survival in the jungles of Malaya during the second world war. View more info

UNDER THE WIRE The Wartime Memoir of a Spitfire Pilot, Legendary Escape Artist and Cooler King.

By: Ash William

Price: $22.00

Publisher: Bantam Books UK, 2005

Edition: 1st Edition

Bill Ash, an American by birth relinquished his citizenship and joined the Royal Canadian Air Force to enable him to help with the war effort in Europe against the Nazis. An incredible story of being shot down over Europe, surviving the plane crash and making his way to Paris only to be betrayed to the Gestapo, tortured and sentenced to death as a spy. He was saved from the intervention of the Luftwaffe who sent him to the POW camp, Stalag Luft III. Bill Ash then bec... View more info


By: Lawson Henry

Price: $33.00

Publisher: Positif Press, Oxford, 1979

Edition: 1st Edition

Henry Lawson's reflections of his time as an Infantry Subaltern in France and Belgium, during the First World War 1917-1918 Includes maps amd photographs chosen to complement the text and evoke the scenes described. View more info