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1 Overload D-Day and the Battle for Normandy 1944
London Book Club Associates 1984 Black Cloth Good Fair with Minor Wear to Edges 
BCA edition. Very light soiling and bumping, otherwise in very good condition. 
Price: 2.00 GBP
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2 The First Year of the War in Pictures
Odhams Press Blue cloth with Guilt Titles Good No Jacket 4to - over 9 
A pictorial narrative of the Second World War covering the origins of the war in general and in detail from Sept 3rd, 1939 to Sept 1st, 1940. b&w photos, drawings and maps on every page. Front and rear endpapers are illustrated with a naval scene in colour. 320pp Book weighs over 1kg, so please ask for postal rates before ordering. 
Price: 9.00 GBP
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3 Clarke, George Herbeert A Treasury of War Poetry: British and American Poems of the World War, 1914-1917
Hodder & Stoughton First Edition Hard Cover Fair No Jacket 
Slight shelf wear, minor damage to spine Foxing appearing on the first few pages but otherwise a clean copy 
Price: 30.00 GBP
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Selected Contributions from The Fifth Glo'ster Gazette 1915-1919, Complied, arranged and edited by Anne Crow
4 Complied, arranged and edited by Anne Crow Selected Contributions from The Fifth Glo'ster Gazette 1915-1919
2013 0956232841 / 9780956232847 Paperback New Book Ref A221 
In March 1915, the Fifth Battalion of the Gloucestershire Regiment, their ranks swollen with volunteers, sailed to france to take their place at the Western Front. Seeking to raise the morale of his troops, Lt. Col. J.H. Collett launched the very first British regimental trench journal, "The Fifth Glos'ter Gazette" This miscellany has been compiled from the soldiers' cartoons, plays, stories, poems and jokes, along with some powerful remarks by the Editor. 
Price: 9.99 GBP
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Aspects of Community Life in the Great War, David Griffiths, Caroline Meller, Jacqueline Waine
5 David Griffiths, Caroline Meller, Jacqueline Waine Aspects of Community Life in the Great War
Bishops Cleeve, Cheltenham Courtyard Books 2016 0992960339 / 9780992960339 Paperback New Book Ref: A27 
This book gives a fascinating glimpse into local Gloucestershire village life during the First World War. 
Price: 8.99 GBP
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A Wartime Poetry Journal, Effie M Roberts  Edited by Phillippa Roberts  (her grand daughter)
6 Effie M Roberts Edited by Phillippa Roberts (her grand daughter) A Wartime Poetry Journal
Stroud, Gloucestershire Fractal Publishing 2005 0954962222 / 9780954962227 Paper back New Book 
The poems were written during the dark days of the second world war and give a fascinating insight into the life during the war. Her poems reflect her sense of humour and courage during that period. 
Price: 5.00 GBP
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Distant and Dangerous Days in Burma and China, Elizabeth Tebby Germaine
7 Elizabeth Tebby Germaine Distant and Dangerous Days in Burma and China
Cheltenham Anona Publications 2013 0992669405 / 9780992669409 First Paperback New 
Two sisters were working in the midst of political turmoil in the Far East. Both escaped from the terrors of the Japanese invasion in World War 2, Josephine wrote a detailed diary describing the chaos in Burma as thousands of refugees struggled northwars where many perished in jungle clad mountains in 1942. Marian and her young family fled from China taking 6 months to reach England on a difficult and uncertain journey in 1943. A veteran's vivid account of his part in the Burma Campaign 1943 - 45 brings history to life and letters from Independent Burma in 1949 tell of another escape from the dangers of civil war. A unique collection of old photographs give glimpses of Burma between 1937 and 1966. New book, in stock, ready to ship from a Booksellers Association member. 
Price: 8.99 GBP
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Loddington Women's Land Army Hostel, Joan Bell and Henry Bell
8 Joan Bell and Henry Bell Loddington Women's Land Army Hostel
Trafford Publishing 2007 1425138284 / 9781425138288 1st Edition Paperback New Book Signed by Henry Bell (author)

Price: 8.99 GBP
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9 Kershaw, Andrew Combat Aircraft
London Kingfisher Books 1983 0862720613 / 9780862720612 Pictorial Boards Good No Jacket Ref B14 12mo - over 6 Trim Michael 
Illustrated in colour throughout. A guide to the world's leading combat aircraft. Over 70 contemporary aircraft are listed and described. 
Price: 1.00 GBP
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The RAF Pathfinders, Martyn Chorlton
10 Martyn Chorlton The RAF Pathfinders
Newbury Countryside Books 2012 1846742013 / 9781846742019 First Paperbak New A111 
The formation of the Pathfinder force in August 1942 produced a steady but certain change in the fortunes of Bomber Command. During the early years of the war, aerial photographs showed that less than one third of the aircraft were successfully placing their bombs with accuracy. Led by the inspirational and imaginative Don Bennett, Pathfinders were equipped with the best available aircraft, which included the famous Lancaster bomber and later, increasingly, the Mosquito. Martyn Chorlton has written a gripping account of the RAF's Pathfinder squadrons, recalling the often reckless heroism of the young aircrew and the challenges they faced in the smoke-filled skies over occupied Europe. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
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Bletchley Park - The Code-Breakers of Station X, Michael Smith
11 Michael Smith Bletchley Park - The Code-Breakers of Station X
Shire Library 2013 0747812152 / 9780747812159 Paper Back New Book Ref Office 210 x 149 mm, 132 grams 
Bletchley Park, known to those who worked there as Station X, was the scene of one of the greatest Allied triumphs of the Second World War. The breaking of the Nazi Enigma cyphers by Britain's wartime code-breakers continues to fascinate, with well over 100,000 people visiting the scene of their successes every year. Bletchley Park provided the intelligence that ensured Allied victories in the Battle of Atlantic, the war in North Africa and, most crucially, the D-Day invasion of Europe, and it was also the birthplace of the modern computer. The code-breakers were led by men like Dilly Knox and Alan Turing, but also included thousands of 'ordinary' people, the vast majority of them young women. This book contains previously unpublished photographs showing them at work and play. It not only explains how their work influenced the battle against Nazi Germany and its Italian and Japanese allies, but also describes how they lived and loved. 
Price: 6.99 GBP
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12 Petrie Charles Sir The Drift to World War 1900 -1914
Ernest Benn Ltd 1968 First Edition Fair Fair Ex-Library A258 
b&w photographs, clean and sound in pictorial d/w in a protectoive plastic cover. Benn's Twentieth-Century Histories. In 1900 Europe was still the centre of the universe. By tracing the tensions and rivalries between the great empires which dominated the world' 
Price: 2.00 GBP
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The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (Battle of Britain 70 Years on), Richard Winslade
13 Richard Winslade The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (Battle of Britain 70 Years on)
The History Press Ltd 2010 0752456512 / 9780752456515 Paperback New Book 168 pages 

Price: 14.99 GBP
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The Battle of Britain (Battle of Britain 70 Years on), Roy Conyers Nesbit
14 Roy Conyers Nesbit The Battle of Britain (Battle of Britain 70 Years on)
The History Press 2010 0752456520 / 9780752456522 Paperback New Book 272 pages 

Price: 16.99 GBP
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15 Young Desmond Rommel
London Colliins 1950 Purple Cloth Boards Poor No Jacket Forward By Field Marshal Sir Claude Auchinleck 
With illustrations, maps and photographs Top edge has shelf dust 
Price: 1.50 GBP
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