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Free eBooks: Week 2

In Military History, Featured
Many people all over the world are staying at home to combat the spread of COVID-19. While self-isolation might be a bit daunting, it’s also a great opportunity to catch up on your reading. To help pass the time, we are giving customers five free eBooks each week for four weeks. Read through this week's options, add the eBook to your basket and use the code FREEBOOKS2 at checkout to get your free eBooks. Continue Reading

Constantinople AD 717–18

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On the blog today, Si Sheppard looks at what might have happened had Constantinople fallen in 717 following the siege of Constantinople AD 717–18, the subject of his new book. Continue Reading

Free eBooks: Week 1

In Military History, Featured
Many people all over the world are staying at home to combat the spread of COVID-19. While self-isolation might be a bit daunting, it’s also a great opportunity to catch up on your reading. To help pass the time, we’ll be giving customers five free eBooks each week for the next four weeks. Read through the options, add the eBook to your basket and use the code FREEBOOKS1 at checkout to get your free eBooks. Continue Reading

Sneak Peek at June's Artwork

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On the blog today, we’re looking at three great pieces of artwork from a few of our June books. Continue Reading
In today's blog post, Justin Williamson examines the condition of Iranian forces facing the US at the time of the hostage rescue attempt, the subject of his latest book, Operation Eagle Claw.Continue Reading

Japanese Armies 1868–1877

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In this blog post, Gabriele Esposito, author of MAA 530 'Japanese Armies 1868-1877', explains the causes behind the two conflicts analysed in his book: 'The Boshin War and Satsuma Rebellion', and which events were used as the starting point for creating the script of the movie “The Last Samurai” starring Tom Cruise. Continue Reading
This month the book vote looks at the Duel series, with five books focussed on aerial combat battling for your vote. Find out more about them in the descriptions below, and then let us know which one you'd be most interested in!Continue Reading

Climax of the Aircraft Carrier

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In today's blog post, Brian Lane Herder, author of 'World War II US Fast Carrier Task Force Tactics 1943–45', discusses how his book came about. Continue Reading

Yalu River 1950–51

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In today's blog post, Clayton K. S. Chun gives a brief overview of the Yalu campaign, the subject of his upcoming book, 'Yalu River 1950–51'.Continue Reading

Submarines and the Tonnage War

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On the blog today, Mark Lardas, author of 'Battle of the Atlantic 1939–41' looks at the roles submarines and bombs played at the start of World War II.Continue Reading

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