Category: REVIEWS

We all know war is a cruel thing and there is no guarantee that anyone will avoid the misery of it once the juggernaut starts…

I have a friend in Ohio who can be pretty vocal about politics through social media. He always cuts to the chase and uses direct…

There have been a number of news stories in recent months about the plundering of World War II warship wrecks in Asian waters where British…

First up we have a new book from Chris Goss that is a most welcome addition to the canon of Battle of Britain literature. In…

If you find yourself in Green Park when on a visit to London you will should see the imposing Bomber Command memorial that was unveiled…

Time for another books round up and we start with a solid piece of infotainment from Fred Pushies, a special forces specialist, in the shape…

I have to start this review by digressing away from the Great War to a story of sorts about World War II. Back when the…

The importance and the drama of the Sicilian campaign of 1943 has been largely overshadowed by events from the years that followed, but it is…

I think this is the fifth book I have seen from a team that has moved from Normandy to covering the key locations from the…

This brave book attempts to condense a few thousand years of organized unpleasantness into a single volume.  The contributors have been tasked with selecting the…

I’ve made the majority of my visits to European battlefields in either the fall or winter when the weather is often not the best. Rain…

Here we go again with another excellent book in the Images of War series from Pen & Sword.  This time round the prolific Michael Green…