Just three months after Indian forces withdrew from Sri Lanka, the war between the LTTE and the Sri Lankan government resumed. Illustrated with over... Læs mere
Here are fifteen original case studies of First World War survivors, a few well known, but all equally deserving, for their remarkably varied reflections on the trauma of combat.
The author draws on a wealth of unpublished material to tell the story of the schools established by the government in every regiment of the British Army in 1812.
Covers the Scottish & Welsh Wars of Edward I & II up the Battle of Bannockburn.
The first illustrated history of the Pakistan Armoured Corps. Volume 2, is illustrated by over 100 photographs, 15 colour profiles, and a similar number of maps.
A dramatic recreation of the fighting that took place on the Lomba River in Southern Angola during Operation 'Moduler' in 1987.
This is a companion volume - and a much less well-known study - to the same author's classic, The Battle of Spicheren August 6th 1870, providing an account of the 'other' battle fought that day, at Woerth, in Alsace.
In the spring of 1870 an Anglo-Canadian military force began an epic journey through the wilderness to take control... Læs mere
Organization, composition and history of the army of the Sublime Porte in the age of the maximum expansion of the Empire.
Nicaragua, 1961-1990, Volume 2 provides an in-depth coverage of military history during the second phase of one of bloodiest, and most-publicised armed conflicts of Latin America in modern times.
A detailed account of the Battle of Villamuriel, the largest action during Wellington's retreat from Burgos in 1812, based on extensive use of international archives.