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These are books available or expected to be published by the various specialist, military publishers with whom we deal. 

We  need to order these in specially so please be patient as they are often delayed ie they don’t always appear when the publishers list said they would!
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BATTLEGROUND EUROPE: YPRES: ST JULIEN

A WWI Battlefield Guide by Graham Keech. A review of the situation on the Western front following the the first Battle of Ypres in 1914. It covers the German gas attack on 22 April, 1915 & events involving British, French & Canadian forces up to the British withdrawal in early May

2001, Pen & Sword, , 0850528399,< D-01>,144pp, ills map, New, , CARD
Subject...World War I - General
Web No. 30836-01..............................£10.99 

OFFICERS DIED IN THE GREAT WAR 1914-19

A facsimile reprint of the original HMSO 1919 edition. This publication of the Army and RFC Officers' Roll of Honour as known in 1919, is arranged in two parts: Part I The Old and New Armies, Part II The Territorial Force. RFC officers, both Regular and Territorial, are included in Part I, but not RAF, which came into existence on 1st April 1918.

2002, Naval & Military Press, , 9781843424222,< D-01>,A4 format, 262pp, New in card cover, Ger.text, CARD
Subject...World War I - General
Web No. 34404-01..............................£9.50 

HISTORY OF THE GREAT WAR: ORDER OF BATTLE OF DIVISIONS: PARTS 3A & 3B
by Major A F Becke

A combined edition. PART 3A: The New Army Army Divisions numbers 9-26. PART 3B: The New Army Army Divisions numbers 30-41 and 63rd (RN) Division.

2007, Naval & Military Press, , 9781847347411,< D-01>,Pt 3A. xi + 162. Pt 3B viii + 155, New in card cover, , CARD
Subject...World War I - General
Web No. 4524-02..............................£25.00 

A NATION IN ARMS
by Ian Beckett

A series of essays by seven historians on the British Army in WWI. Prior to the war the British Army consisted of some 250,000 men. This small, regular force had to rapidly absorb a citizens' army of over five million men, firstly of volunteers and then of conscripts. These studies examine the impact of the war on the army. Case studies examine particular units such as the Black Watch and the 113th Welsh Brigade. With a foreword by Sir John Keegan.

2004, Pen & Sword, , 9781844680238,< D-01>,288pp, illustrations, New in d/w, ,
Subject...World War I - General
Web No. 7779-02..............................£21.99 

AFRICAN KAISER
by Robert Gaudi

General Paul Von Lettow-Vorbeck and the Great War in Africa, 1914-1918.As World War I ravaged the European continent, a completely different theater of war was being contested in Africa. And from this very different kind of war, there emerged a very different kind of military leader. With the now-legendary Schutztruppe (Defensive Force), von Lettow-Vorbeck and a small cadre of hardened German officers fought alongside their fanatically devoted native African allies as equals, creating the first truly integrated army of the modern age. Von Lettow-Vorbeck was the last undefeated German field commander of the war.

2017, Hurst & Co, , 9780425283714,< D-01>,436pp, 3 maps, New in d/w, ,
Subject...World War I - General
Web No. 37630-01..............................£20.00 

THE BALKAN WARS 1912-1913: PRELUDE TO THE FIRST WORLD WAR
by Richard C. Hall

The Balkan Wars of 1912 - 1913, during which the Ottoman Empire fought a coalition of Bulgaria, Greece, Montenegro and Serbia, opened an era of conflict in Europe which lasted until 1918, and which established problems which still tormented Europe at the end of the 20th century. Based on archival as well as diplomatic and military sources, this book provides a comprehensive perspective on the diplomatic and military aspects of the Balkan Wars. It demonstrates that The Wars of 1912-1913 were actually the first phase of the First World War.

2000, Routledge, , 9780415229470,< D-01>,176pp, 6 maps, New in card cover, ,
Subject...World War I - General
Web No. 37679-01..............................£34.00 

STARVATION BLOCKADES
by Nigel Hawkins

During WWI Britain and Germany tried to starve each other into submission by naval blockades. The sinking of the Lusitania with the heavy loss of US lives nearly brought America into the war but Germany then relaxed its U-boat campaign. When this was resumed after the Battle of Jutland America joined the war, however the U-boats nearly bought Britain to her knees. Ultimately they were held at bay as American men and munitions poured across the Atlantic. Meanwhile the Allied blockade ofthe Central Powers caused terrible suffering for the civilian population

2002, Pen & Sword, , 0850529085,< D-01>,224pp, ills, New, ,
Subject...World War I - General
Web No. 31240-01..............................£19.95 

MAJOR & MRS HOLT'S BATTLEFIELD GUIDE TO THE YPRES SALIENT & PASSCHENDAELE
by Tonie & Valmai Holt

Major & Mrs Holt's definitive guide to the Ypres salient. Includes different approach routes & recommended itineraries. Features sketch maps, memorials, preserved trenches, war Graves & information about allied & German war graves associations plus historical background to the four battles. Examines the history of Ypres before & after the War & contains descriptions of commemorative organisations such as the Ypres League. Packaged with a battle map of the Ypres salient.

2001, Pen & Sword, , 0850525519,< D-01>,272pp, numerous colour ills, maps, New, , CARD
Subject...World War I - General
Web No. 27252-03..............................£16.99 

SOMEWHERE IN FLANDERS
by Samuel Frederick Leighton Green and Editor Stuart John McLaren

The letters of a Norfolk Pardre in the Great War. When the author was first appointed as a war chaplain he was thought by colleagues to be weak and over deferential. Later the same colleagues and soldiers came to admire his courage in sharing with them the dangers of the Western Front. Twice he was awarded the Military Cross, the second time for attending a wounded man under shellfire.

2005, The Larks Press, , 1904006256,< D-01>,112pp, 37 b/w ills, New, ,
Subject...World War I - General
Web No. 32815-02..............................£7.50 

ZEPPELINS OVER THE MIDLANDS
by Mick Powis

On 31st January 1916 nine Zeppelins of the Imperial German Navy bombed the Midlands, opening a strategic bombing campaign designed to cripple British war production. It ended in total failure. The main target was Liverpool but none of the Zeppelins reached it. On foggy Monday night several major Midlands towns were bombed and 70 people killed. A lot is known about the military aspects of the raids but much less is known about what happened on the ground. Through intensive research the author has been able to identify many of the victims and give the full story of these events for the first time.

2016, Pen & Sword, , 9781473834194,< D-01>,206pp, 41 b/w photos, 13 maps, New in d/w, ,
Subject...World War I - General
Web No. 37362-01..............................£19.99 

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NARRATIVE OF THE CAMPAIGN OF THE ARMY OF THE INDUS,IN SIND & KAUBOOL IN 1883-9. TWO VOLUMES

by Richard Hartley Kennedy


Web No.
27579-01

470.00

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