Armoured Farmer - A Tankies Tales

by Malcolm Cleverley
Recollections of a former 'tankie' who served with the 3rd Royal Tank Regiment (3RTR) a.k.a. 'the armoured farmers' during the Cold War years.

Arnhem Pilot

by Christopher Ian McArthur | The wartime exploits of Flight Lieutenant Fred Mortimore, 570 Squadron RAF.

Around the World in 80 Beds

by Gerhard Heilig
A light-hearted international oddysey between the sheets.

Around the World in 80 Delays

by Richard Ling
A former armaments expert looks back on his varied career as an international salesman in the arms, aviation and petrochemical industries 1975-2010

As We Were : The WAAF at War 1939-45

Former members of the Women’s Auxiliary Air Force (WAAF) recall their experiences during World War Two.

At Your Service

by David Seeney
Tracing the author's rise from footman to Lord Beaverbrook via the RAF to Senior Police officer 1930s-80s.

Aunt Alices War

by Douglas Walker
ARP warden Aunt Alice's overzealous efforts to protect the Lancashire seaside town of St Annes from enemy subterfuge during WW2 are a comedy treat for readers of any age.

Baggy Pants & Warm Beer

by Peter Outridge
An illustrated account of six-months in 1944 when 504 Parachute Infantry Regiment of the US 82nd Airborne Division was stationed in Leicestershire

Bawdy Ballads & Dirty Ditties of the Wartime RAF

An assortment of the rude rhymes and saucy songs performed by RAF airmen for their own amusement in RAF messes at home and abroad during WW2

Beaufighters BOAC & Me

by Sam Wright
Experiences of a 254 Squadron Beaufighter navigator during WW2 and postwar flying with BOAC.

Before the Rainbow

by Joan Blackburn
The Story of Charles & Alice ~ an Edwardian married couple 1901-1941

Bentwaters & Woodbridge

by Graham Haynes
An illustrated history of the 40-year tenure of the twin air bases in East Anglia by the US Air Force.
Blitz Boy by Robert Trevor

Blitz Boy – My London Childhood in World War II

by Robert Trevor
A  Londoner's experiences  as a child during the Blitz and as an evacuee in rural Berkshire and  suburban Liverpool during World War Two.

Bluebelles on Parade

by Robert C Bertie
The battle of the sexes comes to a postwar RAF station when the ladies take on the men in a parade ground drill competition.

Bobbin Along

by Hazel Carr
Amy's life is going swimmingly when tragedy strikes and she starts to sink... Can anything refloat her boat?

Boys & Other Animals

by Josephine Duggan Rees
A portrait of family life in rural England in the 1950s, 60s and 70s

Bull, Bombs & Britannias

by Richard Ling
A former Boy Entrant looks back on his globetrotting career with the RAF 1961-75 as an Armourer, bomb disposal expert and Bristol Britannia loadmaster
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But Where Were the Bluebirds?

by Patricia Bending
Evocative childhood recollections of London in the 1940s ~ during World War II and its aftermath

Bygone Bognor Regis & Chichester

by Sylvia Olliver
A portrait of life in neighbouring West Sussex towns from the 1930s to the 1960s.
Capital City Paramedic by John E Kinsley

Capital City Paramedic

by John Kinsley
Experiences of a London Ambulanceman 1975-82.
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Carried on the Wind

by Sean Feast
Profile of Ted Manners, a Special Duties Operator with 101 Squadron RAF during World War II.

Carry On Corporal

by Edward Cartner
An amusing exploration of the perpetual power struggle between military officers and NCOs.

Caversham Park and its People BC to BBC

by Mike Read
The remarkable history of a Berkshire stately home and its many occupants during 1000+ years of British history.

Children of the Wave

by John Godwin
A historical novel set in 18th Century Bristol at the time of the slave trade and the rise of the anti-slavery abolitionist movement.

Chips for Breakfast

by Terry O'Reilly
A sprog's eye view of basic training in the Royal Air Force of the 1950s.