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  • Babi Yar

    The Story of Ukraine's Holocaust

    by A. Anatoli ...
    Translated by David Floyd ...
    This gripping story of Kyiv during the Second World War told by a young boy who saw it all.'Rightly hailed a masterpiece' Daily Mail'So here is my invitation: enter into my fate, imagine that you are twelve, that the world is at war and that nobody knows what is going to happen next...'When the German army rolled into Kyiv in 1941 the young Anatoli was just twelve years old. He began writing down ... Read more


  • Stalingrad

    by Antony Beevor ...
    The international million copy bestseller recounting the epic turning point of the WW2______________In October 1942, an officer wrote 'Stalingrad is no longer a town . . . Animals flee this hell; the hardest stones cannot bear it for long; only men endure'.The battle for Stalingrad became the focus of Hitler and Stalin's determination and its citizens endured unimaginable hardship as a result. But ... Read more

    £5.99 £0.99

  • The First Victory

    The Second World War and the East Africa Campaign

    “Exciting . . . a comprehensive account of an overlooked campaign in which an outnumbered imperial army destroyed Mussolini’s dream of a new Roman Empire.” —Ashley Jackson, author of ChurchillSurprisingly neglected in accounts of Allied wartime triumphs, this is the story of the British and Commonwealth forces who, against all odds, completed a stunning and important victory in East Africa against ... Read more

    £10.99 £1.99 or Free with Kobo Plus

  • Cinderella Boys

    The Forgotten RAF Force that Won the Battle of the Atlantic

    by Leo McKinstry ...
    No. 7 in the Daily Telegraph Top 50 Best Books of 2023 and a History Book of the YearThe remarkable story of the unsung RAF wing who rescued Britain from Hitler's U-boats and made Allied victory possible.In early 1943 Britain was engaged in an epic struggle for survival. As the deadly wolf packs of German U-boats roamed the Atlantic, supply lines and shipping losses fell victim to the carnage.In ... Read more

    £14.99 £0.99

  • Operation Pedestal: The Fleet that Battled to Malta 1942

    by Max Hastings ...
    The Sunday Times bestseller ‘One of the most dramatic forgotten chapters of the war, as told in a new book by the incomparable Max Hastings’ DAILY MAILIn August 1942, beleaguered Malta was within weeks of surrender to the Axis, because its 300,000 people could no longer be fed. Churchill made a personal decision that at all costs, the ‘island fortress’ must be saved. This was not merely a matter ... Read more


  • The Girls of Bomber Command

    An uplifting and charming WWII saga

    by Vicki Beeby ...
    Series Book 1 - Bomber Command Girls
    With an enemy in their midst, can they still protect their fighters in the skies?Pearl has given up on her dreams of being a journalist after being denied a promotion because of her gender. Joining the WAAF as a radio telephone operator for Bomber Command, Pearl's new job at RAF Fenthorpe serves two purposes – providing an income for her grandmother, and keeping a close eye on her younger sister, ... Read more

    £1.99 £0.99 or Free with Kobo Plus

  • Sand and Steel

    A New History of D-Day

    The most comprehensive and authoritative history of D-Day ever published‘Extraordinary’ Andrew Roberts‘Fascinating’ Daily Mail‘Magisterial’ James Holland________________6 June 1944, 4 a.m. Hundreds of boats assemble off the coast of France. By nightfall, thousands of the men they carry will be dead.This was D-Day, the most impor... ... Read more

    £8.99 £5.99

  • Death in Blitz City

    The brilliant WWII crime thriller from the author of Stasi Child

    by David Young ...
    The brand new 2022 historical crime thriller from the award-winning author of STASI CHILD.*** 'A tense, smartly plotted new police procedural' - DAILY MAIL ***1942. HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE - It is the most heavily bombed city outside of London, but for the sake of national morale the Hull Blitz is kept top secret.Newly posted Detective Chief Inspector Ambrose Swift cannot believe the devastation he ... Read more

    £4.99 £3.99

  • Blood, Tears and Folly

    An Objective Look at World War Two

    by Len Deighton ...
    Series series Penguin Modern Classics
    'Every page of Deighton's work glows with the excitement of discovery ... wonderful' Geoff Dyer, GuardianThis unflinching history of the darkest days of the Second World War covers the entire world stage, from the Battle of the Atlantic to Pearl Harbor. Rooted in the personal accounts of the soldiers themselves, Blood, Tears and Folly is a sweeping, moving account of the political machinations, ... Read more


  • Berlin

    Life and Loss in the City That Shaped the Century

    **The Sunday Times-bestselling author of Dresden returns with a monumental biography of the city that defined the twentieth century - BerlinThroughout the twentieth century, Berlin stood at the centre of a convulsing world. This history is often viewed as separate acts: the suffering of the First World War, the cosmopolitan city of science, culture and sexual freedom Berlin became, steep economic ... Read more

    £5.99 £0.99

  • Traitor King

    The Scandalous Exile of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor: AS FEATURED ON CHANNEL 4 TV DOCUMENTARY

    by Andrew Lownie ...
    THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLERA Daily Mail Royal Book of the Year, 2021'Darkly compelling...hundreds of eye-popping details...Gripping ... damning portrait of the Windsors' Daily Mail 'Book of the Week''Briskly written and compulsively readable...' - A.N. Wilson, TLS'Meticulously researched' - Spectator<stron... ... Read more


  • Last Stop Auschwitz

    My story of survival from within the camp

    by Eddy de Wind ...
    Translated by David Colmer ...
    THE SUNDAY TIMES AND INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER'The ultimate Holocaust testimony.' HEATHER MORRIS, author of The Tattooist of Auschwitz and Cilka's JourneyAfterword by JOHN BOYNE, author of The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas_______________Eddy de Wind, a Dutch doctor and psychiatrist, was shipped to Auschwitz with his wife Friedel, whom he had met and married at the Westerbork labour camp ... ... Read more


  • The Lost Band of Brothers

    by Tom Keene ...
    Endorsed at the highest level by Churchill, who wanted British raiders to take the fight to the enemy shore, fifty commandos were formed into a secret army – the elite Maid Honor unit, later renamed the Small Scale Raiding Force. Created to make mayhem and sow fear in the hearts of those guarding the enemy shore, every man was a handpicked volunteer. In almost twenty daring missions to the rock ... Read more

    £4.99 or Free with Kobo Plus

  • Churchill

    A Biography

    by Roy Jenkins ...
    From the admiralty to the miner's strike, from the Battle of Britain to eventual victory over Nazi Germany, Churchill oversaw some of the most important events the world has ever seen. Winning the Nobel Prize in Literature for his personal writing and cautioning against a powerful Soviet Russia in his later years in office, his larger-than-life and complex personality has continued to fascinate ... Read more


  • Going Solo

    by Roald Dahl ...
    **In Going Solo, the world's favourite storyteller, Roald Dahl, tells of life as a fighter pilot in Africa.'They did not think for one moment that they would find anything but a burnt-out fuselage and a charred skeleton, and they were astounded when they came upon my still-breathing body lying in the sand nearby.'**In 1938 Roald Dahl was fresh out of school and bound for his first job in Africa, ... Read more

    £5.99 £4.99

  • Surgeon at War

    A Frontline Surgeon's Compelling Account of the Second World War

    Stanley Aylett's remarkable account of six years' service as a front-line surgeon with the British Army is that rare thing: a complete narrative from the first week of the Second World War until months after the fi nal capitulation of Nazi Germany.That war was the last Western conflict in which military surgeons performed operations immediately behind the front line, often in makeshift theatres ... Read more


  • The Model Occupation

    The Channel Islands Under German Rule, 1940-1945

    ‘A masterly work of profound research and reflection, objective and humane’ Hugh Trevor-Roper, Sunday TelegraphWhat would have happened if the Nazis had invaded Britain? How would the British people have responded – with resistance or collaboration? In Madeleine Bunting’s pioneering study, we begin to find the answers to this age-old question.Though rarely remembered today, the Nazis occupied the ... Read more


  • A Mother's Secret

    The heartwrenching family saga series set in WW2 Battersea

    by Kitty Neale ...
    The heartwrenching new novel from bestselling author Kitty NealeCan she put right the secrets of the past?London, 1939. Winnie Berry has been the landlady of the Battersea Tavern for nearly twenty-five years, and the pub is like home to her - a place of tears and laughter, full of customers that feel like family. A place where she's learned to avoid the quick fists of her husband, and where she's ... Read more

    £2.99 £0.99

  • A Wedding for the Bomber Girls

    The feel-good, must-read WW2 historical saga

    by Vicki Beeby ...
    Series Book 2 - Bomber Command Girls
    As wedding bells ring out, joy will be found amidst the tensions of war…At RAF Fenthorpe, instrument repairer Thea is helping her sister, Pearl, plan her wedding alongside fellow WAAF and maid of honour Jenny. A misfit amongst the women on the base, though, Thea is struggling to get others onboard.When Flight Sergeant Fitz makes a point of befriending and standing by her, sparks fly between the ... Read more



  • A Wartime Summer

    A captivating family saga set during WWII

    by Rosie Meddon ...
    Series Book 1 - The Sisters' War
    Hope and opportunity can come from even the bleakest of moments…Left homeless after the Exeter Blitz, May must find a job if she’s to put a roof over her head and help support her two younger sisters. Taking a job as housekeeper to farmer George, May soon ends up getting stuck into more than just cleaning and cooking.The Ministry of Agriculture will close Fair Maids Farm if it doesn’t meet their ... Read more

    £0.99 or Free with Kobo Plus

  • Man's Search For Meaning

    The classic tribute to hope from the Holocaust

    Over 16 million copies sold worldwide'Every human being should read this book' Simon SinekOne of the outstanding classics to emerge from the Holocaust, Man's Search for Meaning is Viktor Frankl's story of his struggle for survival in Auschwitz and other Nazi concentration camps. Today, this remarkable tribute to hope offers us an avenue to finding greater meaning and purpose in our own lives. ... Read more


  • From Defeat to Victory

    The Eastern Front, Summer 1944?Decisive and Indecisive Military Operations, Volume 2

    Series series Modern War Studies
    By the summer of 1944, the war in Europe had reached a critical point. Both the western Allies and the Soviets possessed the initiative and forces capable of mounting strategic offensives against the German enemy. Writing a study of operations on first the Western then the Eastern Front, respected military analyst C. J. Dick provides a uniquely informative comparison of the different war-fighting ... Read more


  • Lily's Promise

    How I Survived Auschwitz and Found the Strength to Live

    by Lily Ebert ...
    The Sunday Times top 10 bestseller**The incredibly moving and powerful memoir of an Auschwitz survivor who made headlines around the world. With a foreword by King Charles III.'Unforgettable' – Daily Mail**When Holocaust survivor Lily Ebert was liberated in 1945, a Jewish-American soldier gave her a banknote on which he’d written ‘Good luck and happiness’. And when her great-grandson, Dov, decided ... Read more


  • Where Roses Fade

    The Lydmouth Crime Series Book 5

    by Andrew Taylor ...
    'Andrew Taylor is a master story-teller' Daily TelegraphFrom the No.1 bestselling author of The Ashes of London and The Fire Court, this is the fifth instalment in the acclaimed Lydmouth seriesWhen Mattie Harris's body is found drowned in the river, everyone in Lydmouth knows something is wrong. Mattie wasn't a swimmer - it can't have been a simple accident. She was drunk on the last night of her ... Read more