At last, J. A. Miles has dedicated a scholarly work to the ones everybody takes for granted: the men of the Foot Regiments.
I know of life, death, heaven, the devil, hell, soul, mind, the universe, nature, love, consciousness and the personal and the reservoir, of the unconscious, and God.
Two thrones, one heir, a thousand enemies.
From tales of hilarious training ground mishaps and boozy nights in Aldershot to poignant memories of the British army’s final days in Aden in 1967, travelling the world as a
Sir Guy Guiscard, a knight of the King's Realm, returns home from the Eighth Crusade to find that many things have changed. His father is ill, outlaws are running amok in the s
Henry Gaines, tired of 1830s Ireland and the hardships of his fisherman's life, decides to head for Australia and a better life.
Mary was an army trained nurse who later specialised in cancer, hospice and community care. She lost her only son, as a teenager, to Hodgkin's Disease. She lost her parents tog
This in-depth, educational work by two veteran research scholars provides an intellectual history of Shyamal Das, the first Indian historian to write objective history in Hindi.&nb
Could you, a late twentieth century man, survive the trenches of the First World War?
He now divides his time between Cornwall, Portugal and Greece.
Finding himself pitched into aerial warfare at the height of World War Two, Flight Lieutenant Benjamin ‘Pits' McShane, in coming to play his part in the defence of Great
When Bryan Hawkins ship is taken by privateers, his captain entrusts him to deliver a message to the nearest British governor in the hope of a prisoner exchange.
When a swastika-bearing bottle washes ashore in Long Island New York during 1940, a Jesuit priest finds it and returns it unopened to the Atlantic.