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The Praetorian Press was introduced as Pen and Sword's academic imprint and attracts high ranking military historians, both professional and amateur. Already The Praetorian Press History of the British Army, edited by Professor Ian Beckett, is well under way and a number of other successful titles have been published. There is no constraint on historical period or branch of our armed forces, all aspects being covered.
Battles of a Gunner Officer
Tunisia, Sicily, Normandy, and the Long Road to Germany
Peter Pettit
was £25.00
Command and Morale
The British Army on the Western Front 1914-18
Gary Sheffield, Peter Simkins
RRP £25.00
Japan's Last Bid for Victory
The Invasion of India, 1944
Robert Lyman
Johnny: The Legend and Tragedy of General Sir Ian Hamilton
John Philip Jones
was £25.00
Leadership in War
From Lincoln to Churchill - Revised Edition
Correlli Barnett CBE
was £14.99
Rome, Parthia and India
The Violent Emergence of a New World Order 150-140 BC
John D Grainger
Salamanca 1812
Wellington's Year of Victories
Peter Edwards
The British Invasion of the River Plate 1806-1807
How the Redcoats Were Humbled and a Nation Was Born
Ben Hughes
The Lords of War
Supreme Leadership from Lincoln to Churchill
Correlli Barnett CBE
The Military in British India
The Development of British Land Forces in South Asia 1600-1947
Dr T A Heathcote
The Rise of the Seleukid Empire (323-223 BC)
Seleukos I to Seleukos III
John D Grainger
was £19.99
Wellington's Men Remembered
A Register of Memorials to Soldiers who Fought in the Peninsular War and at Waterloo - Vol 1
Janet and David Bromley