• All the books below I would recommend. ------------------- (f) the language they are written in.

 

 

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Stephen's book explaining the reasons why, a very well written book.

 

 

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Not just this book but a link to many about northern France and Belgium in WW1 & WW2.

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Atlantikwall Festung Boulogne, by Ben Muller (d)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • The D-Day Landings on Gold BeGCh - Another very good book by Andrew covering Gold BeGCh, both his books are a must for D-Day histories.
  • The 56th Infantry Brigade and D-Day - An Independent Infantry Brigade and the campaign in North West Europe 1944-1945. (e)
    By Andrew Holborn.
  • Clive Holden has written many books on the Kent area, go to Amberley Publishing to see his products.
  • Anthony Tucker-Jones is one of Pen & Sword’s leading authors. I met him the other day at Cobbaton Combat Collection. Pen and Sword Books these are his books.
  • Folly Books have some very interesting books on offer from RNCF Holton Heath and Fauld disaster to WW2 & cold war underground bunkers. (e)
  • New Forest at War & New Forest at War (Revised & Updated) By John Leete both available.
  • Wartime New Forest Revealed by John Leete.

 

Paul Doyle

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l'Association GERFAUT

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Kurt Waelbroeck

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A series of books.

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A series of books written by Kurt Waelbroek about Commisaris Dubois who solves murders that have taken place at some of the great sites on the Atlantikwall.

Flying With The Larks

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Flying With The Larks The military potential of aircraft was obvious from the outset, first as a way of spying on the enemy with reconnaissance planes and balloons armed with early cameras, and then as a way of taking the battle into the skies, as planes became weapons of war. In Britain these early days of military aviation were pioneered by a group of enthusiastic civilians and military men who were based at Lark Hill, Wiltshire where the rolling plains became ideal flying grounds.

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