Helping Stop Hitler’s Luftwaffe, The Memoirs of a Pilot Involved in the Development of Radar Interception, Vital in the Battle of Britain

These memoirs are of an RAF pilot involved in the development of the radar-based command and control system that helped win the Battle of Britain. The author’s memoirs uniquely follow the development of a revolutionary new command and control system that was completed Just In Time Most Highly Recommended

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An American Uprising In Second World War England, Mutiny In The Duchy

When very large numbers of American service personnel arrived in the UK, they were based in camps that were largely in quiet rural areas and they significantly outnumbered the local indigenous population. The fact that most US military personnel avoided upsetting the local population was a major achievement on both sides Very Highly Recommended

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Modern Conflict Archaeology, Nazi Prisons in the British Isles, Political Prisoners During The German Occupation Of Jersey & Guernsey 1940-1945

Britain had to abandon the Channel Islands in 1940 and did not even have adequate time to evacuate significant numbers of the population. The Germans started with a soft approach but political prisoners increased and the occupation became harsh, not least because the German logistics operation was unable to supply all the food and medicines required Very Highly Recommended

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Battleship Duke of York, An Anatomy from Building to Breaking

The further successful partnership of two skilled marine authors, with strong artistic backgrounds, and a publisher with a very strong reputation for producing outstanding, definitive books on naval subjects . The large format and an excellent facing pages bifold at the centre make this a memorable study of Britain’s last battleship in service Most Highly Recommended

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