This book is in the form of a diary of military service kept from 3 September 1939 to release in spring 1946. It is a true and accurate account. There is not one word of fiction. Douglas Hudson wrote about how he felt at the time, and what he saw in not…
…After surviving that terrible conflict, grandad Frank finally retired with honour as a Major and his story is indeed that of A Major Soldier.
A fascinating look at British battles during the Victorian era by boys' literature writer William Henry Giles Kingston.
"Once upon a time, there were twenty-five tin soldiers who were all brothers, as they were all born from an old tin spoon. They held their weapons on their arms, their heads were turned to the right and their uniform, red and blue, was rather smart."
One tin soldier,…
Sir Roger Moore narrates "The Steadfast Tin Soldier," which tells the story of one tin soldier, who despite being exactly the same as all of his many brothers, finds himself setting out alone, by accident, on a series of adventures. Thankfully, this…
…The New Winter Soldiers Redux: The Patriotism of Antiwar GIs
4. From Bunker Hill to Baghdad: We Will Continue the Mission
5. The Sacrifice of Military Families
6. War Managers: Pundits and Policy Officials
…"The Adventure of the Blanched Soldier" (1926) is part of "The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes".
…Desperate for Soldiers: The Recruitment of German Prisoners of War during the American War of Independence, 1776–83
3. German Auxiliary Troops in the British and Dutch East India Companies
4. The Politics of Foreign…
A collection of fascinating biographies of six of England and America's greatest heroes and pioneers, including the 'King of Scouts' Frederick Russell Burnham, and Sir Winston Churchill.
Table of contents
1. The Zones of War
2. From the Trenches
3. We’re Here because We’re Here
4. Things We Want to Know
5. In the Pink
6. The War