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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: AISNE 1914
by Jerry Murland

The 1914 Battle of the Aisne, officially from 12th to 15th September, came about as a result of the German retirement from the Battle of the Marne, which took place further south as the armies of France and Germany jostled for position almost within sight of Paris. By the time the British arrived on the Aisne the battle line stretched some 150 miles from Noyon in the west to Verdun in the east. The British Expeditionary fought bitter engagements, which took place in difficult conditions and casualties were heavy.

2013, Pen & Sword, , 9781781591895,< D-02>,208pp, maps, photographs, New in card covers. , , CARD
Subject...World War I - Western Front
Web No. 21616-01..............................£12.99 

BATTLEGROUND EUROPE: YPRES: MESSINES RIDGE
by Peter Oldham

The battle for the possession of the villages of Messines Ridge, Messines, Wytchaete, St. Eloi, took place in 1914-17, and the final battle for Messines in 1918. The 1917 Battle of Messines was preceded by 19 giant mine explosions and was the biggest military mining effort in history. This book gives comprehensive details of what happened where and when, together with what can be seen today, including maps of all the remnants and sites.

2012, Pen & Sword, , 9780850526240,< D-02>,144pp, numerous b/w photos & maps, New in card cover, , CARD
Subject...World War I - Western Front
Web No. 36574-01..............................£10.99 

BATTLEGROUND EUROPE: THE BATTLE OF THE LYS 1918. GIVENCHY AND THE RIVER LAWE
by Phil Tomaselli

The battles fought at Estaires and Givenchy, just south of Ypres, in April, 1918 were critical episodes in the larger Battle of Lys which determined the outcome of the ultimate German offensive on the Western Front. The massive assault of Ludendorff’s armies crashed against defences manned by the British and Portuguese. A German success might well have forced the British to retreat from Ypres. This vivid account uses eyewitness accounts, official records, photographs and maps, and provides walking and driving tours of the battlefield and its monuments and cemeteries.

2011, Pen & Sword, , 9781844159116,< D-02>,192pp. maps and photographs, New in card covers, , CARD
Subject...World War I - Western Front
Web No. 19577-01..............................£12.99 

GERMANY ASCENDANT: THE EASTERN FRONT 1915
by Prit Buttar

The massive offensives on the Eastern Front during 1915 are often overshadowed by the events in Western Europe, but the scale and ferocity of the clashes between Imperial Germany, Hapsburg Austria-Hungary and Tsarist Russia were greater than anything seen on the Western Front. The author examines the critical events of 1915, as the German Gorlice-Tarnow Offensive triggered the collapse of Russian forces. Throughout the year, German dominance on the Eastern Front grew - but stubborn Russian resistance forced the continuation of a two-front war that would drain Germany's reserves of men and equipment.

2015, Osprey Publishing, , 9781472807953,< D-03>,448pp, 30 b/w photos & illustrations, 21 maps, New in d/w, ,
Subject...World War I - Eastern Front
Web No. 37021-01..............................£20.00 

BATTLEGROUND GALLIPOLI: SUVLA AUGUST OFFENSIVE
by Stephen Chambers

The Allied landing at Suvla Bay commenced on the night of 6th August 1915, and was intended to support a breakout from Anzac Beach. Despite early hopes from a largely unopposed landing, Suvla was a mismanaged affair that quickly became a stalemate. It was the beginning of the end of the Gallipoli gamble and created a catalyst of disaster that would come to represent the failed campaign. This book adds to the story by recounting the landing through a mix of official and personal accounts intertwined with a rich collection of participants’ letters, diaries, photographs and maps.

2011, Pen & Sword, , 9781848845435,< D-04>,250pp index, photographs, maps, New in card covers, , CARD
Subject...World War I - Other Theatres
Web No. 28611-01..............................£14.99 

HISTORY OF THE GREAT WAR: THE CAMPAIGN IN MESOPOTAMIA 1914-1918 - THE FOUR VOLUME SET
by Brigadier General F. J. Moberly CB, CSI, DSO

The Imperial War Museum edition, reprinted by Naval & Military Press, of the four volumes on Mesopotamia from the Official History of the Great War originally published by HMSO in 1927. Based on Official Documents. Vol.I ix + 402pp with with one b&w frontispiece map & 3 illustrations. ISBN 9781845749422. Vol.II xiv + 581pp, 9pp of illustrations, 4 Maps (2 in colour). ISBN 9781845749415. Vol.III xii + 460pp, 10pp of illustrations + 5 colour maps. ISBN 9781845749408. Vol.IV xvi + 446pp, 17pp of illustrations, 1 colour sketch map. ISBN 9781845749392. Volumes are also available individually.

2011, Naval & Military Press, Imperial War Museum, ,< D-04>,Total 1889pp, numerous photos, illustrations & maps, New in card covers, , CARD
Subject...World War I - Other Theatres
Web No. 28073-04..............................£140.00 

HISTORY OF THE GREAT WAR: THE CAMPAIGN IN MESOPOTAMIA 1914-1918 VOLUME I
by Brigadier General F. J. Moberly CB CSI DSO

The Imperial War Museum edition, reprinted by Naval & Military Press, of the the Official History of the Great War originally published by HMSO in 1923. This is the first of four volumes covering the Anglo-Indian campaign against the Turks in Mesopotamia (today's Iraq). It covers the theatre from the war's outbreak until October 1915 and includes the capture of Basra, Qurna, Amara and Kut.

2011, Naval & Military Press, Imperial War Museum, 9781845749422,< D-04>,ix + 402pp with with one b&w frontispiece map & 3 illustrations, New in card covers, , CARD
Subject...World War I - Other Theatres
Web No. 28074-05..............................£35.00 

HISTORY OF THE GREAT WAR: THE CAMPAIGN IN MESOPOTAMIA 1914-1918 VOLUME II
by Brigadier General F. J. Moberly CB CSI DSO

The Imperial War Museum edition, reprinted by Naval & Military Press, of the the Official History of the Great War originally published by HMSO in 1923. This is the second of four volumes covering the Anglo-Indian campaign against the Turks in Mesopotamia (today's Iraq). It covers covers the advance on Baghdad in October 1915, the Battle of Ctesiphon and the British withdrawal to Kut-al-Amara, and concludes with the disastrous Siege of Kut by the Turks and the British surrender in April 1916.

2011, Naval & Military Press, Imperial War Museum, 9781845749415,< D-04>,xiv + 581pp, 9pp of illustrations, 4 Maps (2 in colour), New in card covers, , CARD
Subject...World War I - Other Theatres
Web No. 28075-05..............................£35.00 

HISTORY OF THE GREAT WAR: THE CAMPAIGN IN MESOPOTAMIA 1914-1918 VOLUME III
by Brigadier General F. J. Moberly CB CSI DSO

The Imperial War Museum edition, reprinted by Naval & Military Press, of the the Official History of the Great War originally published by HMSO in 1923. This is the third of four volumes covering the Anglo-Indian campaign against the Turks in Mesopotamia (today's Iraq). It covers the re-taking of Kut, the pursuit of the Turks to Baghdad, the capture of the city and subsequent operations to subdue fierce Turkish resistance along the River Tigris.

2011, Naval & Military Press, Imperial War Museum, 9781845749408,< D-04>,xii + 460pp, 10pp of illustrations + 5 colour maps, New in card covers, ,
Subject...World War I - Other Theatres
Web No. 28076-06..............................£35.00 

HISTORY OF THE GREAT WAR: THE CAMPAIGN IN MESOPOTAMIA 1914-1918 VOLUME IV
by Brigadier General F. J. Moberly CB CSI DSO

The Imperial War Museum edition, reprinted by Naval & Military Press, of the the Official History of the Great War originally published by HMSO in 1923. This fourth volume covers operations in Kurdistan, on the Euphrates river and the shores of the Caspian Sea. Appendices give British and Turkish orders of battle.

2011, Naval & Military Press, Imperial War Museum, 9781845749392,< D-04>,xvi + 446pp, 17pp of illustrations, 1 colour dketch map, New in card covers, ,
Subject...World War I - Other Theatres
Web No. 28077-04..............................£35.00 

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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


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