This is a particularly interesting story because of the wide range of experience from WWII to the Cold War, to senior rank, to the Cabinet Office. Very Highly Recommended.
A small British force was sent some 8,000 miles to liberate a British Territory from a bunch of bandits. The result startled the world but the actions were in the finest traditions of British Arms. Very Highly Recommended.
This new book provides a very different approach to presenting the story of Coastal Command, with a good selection of images. The Royal Navy was able to regain control of most British naval aviation in 1938. The exception was Coastal Command which remained part of the RAF. A very readable book that is engrossing but which can be dipped into as required. A valuable companion to any collection of WWII aviation books.
The story of Admiral Canaris is worthy of the finest writer of espionage fiction, and then some. The corrosive operation of the many parts of Nazi Germany created scope for the most complex betrayals as departmental leaders fought for supremacy. This is a ripping yarn that should not be missed.