Military History Books

World War Two Books

Pen and Sword Books have an impressive and comprehensive range of World War Two books. Far from waning, interest in the global land, sea and air conflict grows with every successive generation. Our list has something for everyone, whether it be from memoirs, biographies, pictorial histories, studies of campaigns and a superb selection of guidebooks, covering many of the Battlefields of the Second World War.

Arnhem Battle of Britain Battle of the Bulge Battlefield Guides WW2 Berlin 1945 D-Day & Normandy Espionage & the SOE Japan & the Pacific Front Prisoner Of War Stalingrad The Atlantic The Third Reich

Ian Baxter has compiled a horrific but necessary record of Belsen and its liberation., and he has let many of the pictures speak for themselves. This is the sort of book that is necessary today to remind people what happened and remind us how easily it could happen again. This is a testament to those murdered and the reasons why we should never forget.

Paul Diggett

I really enjoyed reading more about a fascinating aircraft and how it was operated, plus the bonus of all those historic archive aerial reconnaissance photos which are now shared for us all to see. Alongside many of them are some modern arial shots in colour to compare with how things looked 70 years ago.

Military Modelling

A very personal account of life on the railways and in Britain's 1st Airborne Division. Worth reading.

The Eagle - Journal of the Parachute Regimental Asscoiation

An interesting book, full of information...

Black & Asian Studies Association

This is a must-have book for all students of history who wish to plan and go to Normandy and honour the memory of the sacrifices made. This is a great book with much needed information that takes nothing for granted.

Paul Diggett