Category: REVIEWS

Mark Barnes

When you buy your copy of this book, and I really think you should; it probably won’t come with the rather dramatic press release. “This…

Mark Barnes

How do they do it? I do not know. I have heaped praise on other books in this range before and along they come with…

Mark Barnes

By the title alone you know you will like this book and I am pleased to say it does not disappoint once you get inside.…

Mark Barnes

It seems quite appropriate to me that we should publish the review of this book on the day of the opening ceremony of the London…

Mark Barnes

You see people reading some pretty rum stuff on trains and I wasn’t surprised when the guy opposite me did a double take when he…

Mark Barnes

Like Joseph, this book has a coat of many colours. It is by turn a history book, a travel guide and a social circular. It…

Mark Barnes

First published in 1946, this book is very much of its time but can genuinely lay claim to be a classic. Martin Lindsay was a…

Mark Barnes

We import a great deal from North America and a big chunk of it is language to mix up our lovely Old World vernacular. Some…

Mark Barnes

I remember well when Airfix brought out their Panzer IV kit, I suppose I was about thirteen years old. I loved going to football and…

Mark Barnes

Like Pen & Sword’s autobiography of Hitler’s snapper, this is the sort of book that inspires articles in the nether regions of the Daily Mail.…

Mark Barnes

The press release with this book leaves us in no doubt the Memphis Belle is an all-American icon and that some claim she is in…

Mark Barnes

An admission: After I read this book I started another which I had been so looking forward to. A Great War history with fantastic photos…