GCHQ: the uncensored story of Britain’s most secret intelligence agency by Richard Aldrich

In an increasingly digital world, electronic communication is the deciding and dominant factor in making things happen. Markets move electronically; news and rumours of news are communicated electronically; people put their previously private thoughts not onto paper but into cyberspace – sometimes inadvertently – and, hey presto!, they find they are sharing them with the […]


The Medieval World at War

      The Medieval World at War Matthew Bennett (ed.) Spanning some 1,000 years from the fall of the Western Roman Empire to the Renaissance and the Reformation, this book is an ambitious attempt to chart the evolution of warfare in the medieval period. Though it covers Central Asian, Indian, Chinese, and Japanese warfare, […]


Wings over the Desert by Desmond Seward

Desmond Seward’s Wings over the Desert is the story of his pugnacious Franco-Irish father, Eric, who used family connections to join the RFC and serve ‘in a hot climate’. He flew many sorties over the Sinai and Palestine, crashing 6 times and, in what was to become known as the ‘Seward Exploit’, ditching in the […]

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