Military History Books

British History Books

Exhaustively researched yet so very accessible. Steve Ward gives the reader a ringside seat in the greatest show of all. He is the ringmaster precisely directing our attention so we can see, know and feel how circus came down through the ages and remains a vital part of our culture.

Kevin O’Keefe, Director of Circus Minimus

The author has done a fine job rescuing this interesting and controversial, flawed figure, Crozier - considered a fine 'front line commander' of the Great War - from relative obscurity. The reader of this volume will gain a greater appreciation of the human element of leadership in combat, and will enjoy reading this absorbing account as much as the author seemingly enjoyed writing it.

International Bibliography of Military History

The book not only explores the history of Britain's first National Park from the Stone Age right up to the modern day, it also tells the story of the first rambling clubs. The natural beauty of the area is illustrated with more than 80 photographs.

Barnsley Chronicle

Fascinating and informative. An excellent read.

East Lothian Life

The English Civil Wars 1642 is a succinct and profusely illustrated history of the period by Bob Carruthers… provides and excellent and particularly well written overview, making it highly recommended reading for students of the 17th Century British History, and a valued addition to academic library European Military History reference collections.

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