David Wooster King & Alan Seeger
Two Americans who fought for France in the Great War
The First World War began as German forces swept eastwards and westwards in an unprovoked assault on neighbouring states. The injustice and repo..
A. Donaldson, F. G. Trayes & John Stanley Cameron
Exploits of one of the most successful German surface raiders in the Great War
The Amazing Cruise of the German Raider “Wolf” by A. Donaldson, A Captive on a German Raider by F. G. Trayes & Ten..
C. Sanford Terry & Keble Howard
The 1918 amphibious raids on the Belgian coast
After three years of grinding attrition, the First World War on the Western Front remained in a stalemate with the German and Allied armies stuck in o..
Mark Severn & Valentine Williams
A Subaltern on the Somme in 1916 by Mark Severn & The Adventures of an Ensign by Valentine Williams
The experiences of two young men in a momentous conflict
The Battle of the Somme, fought in 1916 on the Western Front, became emblematic of the futility of the First World War. This grand attack wa..
Harold F. B. Wheeler & Charles W. Domville-Fife
War in the Underseas by Harold F. B. Wheeler & Submarines, Mines and Torpedoes in the War by Charles W. Domville-Fife
The worldwide undersea war—1914-18
This Leonaur volume brings together two excellent works on submarine warfare during the First World War in a single good value edition. Wheeler’s work provides an..
George F. Campbell & Pat O’Brien
A Soldier of the Sky by George F. Campbell & Outwitting the Hun by Pat O’Brien
Two outstanding accounts of high adventure by WWI fighter pilots
This unique Leonaur edition offers two personal accounts by pilots with the Royal Flying Corps during the First World War. George Ca..
F. A. Bolwell
A Personal Recollection and Unit History of Loyal North Lancashire Regiment Battalions on the Western Front During the First World War—With a Reservist in France by F. A. Bolwell & The War History of the 1st/4th Battalion the Loyal North Lancashire Re
The men of the ‘Red Rose’ county during the Great War
This unique ‘two-in-one’ edition concerns the First World War activities of The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, a renowned British army county..
the War in the East—the First Months of the First World War on the Eastern Front—June to December 1914
The outbreak of the great war on the Eastern Front
The Great War broke out in 1914. For those who live in the western world impressions of that catastrophic conflict are, perhaps inevitably, inspir..
Ruth S. Farnam & Flora Sandes
An American and English Woman Serving in the Serbian Army During the First World War—Nation at Bay & An English Woman-Sergeant in the Serbian Army
by Ruth S. Farnam & Flora Sandes
An English and American woman in arms during the Great War
Accounts of woman who don the uniforms of soldiers to take their place in battle have always fascinated students of military history. In m..
C. D. Baker-Carr
Founder of the Machine Gun Corps & Pioneer of the Development of the Tank
An outstanding pioneer of mechanised and armoured warfare
While the story of a man who was a civilian driver in 1914, but who rose to become a Brigadier-General in consequence of his services durin..
D. M. C. & Sister M Antonia
The Irish Nuns at Ypres by D. M. C. & From Convent to Conflict or A Nun’s Account of the Invasion of Belgium by Sister M Antonia
Two accounts of faith and humanity
The ‘storm of war’ is apt epithet for conflict. Mankind dominates the planet and his science and ingenuity can raise great structures, transform landscapes ..
Oliver Hogue (Bluegum)
Australian Recollections of Gallipoli and the Imperial Camel Corps During the First World War—Trooper Bluegum at the Dardanelles & The Cameliers
by Oliver Hogue (Bluegum)
Two highly regarded books by the light horse chronicler
Australian author and journalist Oliver Hogue (sometimes writing as Trooper Bluegum) joined the Australian 6th Light Horse during the First W..
Bryan Cooper, A. P. I. Samuels & D. G. Samuels
Irish Divisions During the First World War—The Tenth (Irish) Division in Gallipoli by Bryan Cooper & With the Ulster Division in France by A. P. I. Samuels & D. G. Samuels
The Shamrock and the Red Hand at War
Divisions of faith, invasions and occupations over centuries, mean that Britain has long had an uneasy relationship with Ireland. The burdens of this have falle..
Monica M. Stanley & Olive M. Aldridge
Accounts of British Volunteer Nurses During the First World War—My Diary in Serbia April 1, 1915—Nov. 1, 1915 by Monica M. Stanley & The Retreat from Serbia Through Montenegro and Albania by Olive M. Aldridge
Volunteer British nurses on the Eastern Front
Despite the obvious tragedy of the First World War, it provided, as great conflicts invariably do, the catalyst for change in many aspects of European ..
Douglas P. Winnifrith & Montague Thomas Hainsselin
Two Accounts of Chaplains During the First World War—The Church in the Fighting Line by Douglas P. Winnifrith & In the Northern Mists by Montague Thomas Hainsselin
The Cross and the Sword
No one who has served in the military has ever underestimated the value of the important work undertaken by chaplains—those men of the church who donned uniforms and joined ..