H. A. Jones
The second volume of the history of air war—the Somme, Gallipoli and more.
Readers of this the second volume of ‘The War in the Air’—the account of the activities of the British air force during th..
Charles Lister & Douglas Jerrold
With the Hood Battalion during the campaign in the Dardanelles
Although there remains much interest in the activities of the Royal Naval Division during the First World War, there is little origina..
The sailors and marines of the Royal Naval Division at war
Douglas Jerrold’s history of the campaigns and battles of the Royal Naval Division during the First World War is an acknowledged classic o..
During the First World War at Gallipoli and on the Western Front
The Great War campaigns of one of the Royal Naval division battalions
The campaigns of the Royal Naval Brigades have always fascinated students of military history. During several notable campaigns..
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..
Accounts of the Royal Navy in the ‘Sideshow’ Theatres of the First World War, 1914-18
The Royal Navy’s small vessels and armoured cars in the Great War
This book has been created by Leonaur’s editors by bringing together historical accounts from Conrad Cato’s two books, ‘The Navy in..
The Personal Narrative of a Newfoundlander With the Ill-Fated Dardanelles Expedition
A first hand account of the Dardanelle's expedition
This book, written by someone who experienced first hand the Gallipoli campaign, is inevitably important as a source work on one of the most nota..
Geoffrey Sparrow & J. N. MacBean Ross
The Blue Jackets who fought on land
The time of Nelson was not only notable because of the success in nautical warfare of the man himself, but also because it was the zenith of the ‘age of sail’ th..
The First World War Experiences of an Officer of the 6th Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment
In the hands of the Turks during the Great War
The author of this book, John Still, was an officer in the 6th Battalion of the East Yorkshire Regiment and was part of the imaginative, but ultimatel..
The Experiences of a New Zealand Soldier in Egypt and Gallipoli During the Great War
The hard end of war in the Gallipoli trenches
The anonymous author of this Great War memoir was already an experienced soldier at the outbreak of the Great War. He had been a long term 'Old Colonia..
a British Intelligence Officer in Three Theatres of the First World War, 1914-18
A remarkable man’s view of three military disasters
This book is comprised of the journals of an intelligence officer of the British Army written in often difficult circumstances as the events he e..
Two Linked Accounts of the Fighting During the First World War 1914-1918—The Irish at the Front & The Irish at the Somme
Two linked books of the Irish on many fronts of the Great War
This book concerns the service of the regiments of the British Army raised in Ireland before and during the First World War together wi..
“Over There” With the Australians by R. Hugh Knyvett<br>Over the Top With the Third Australian Division by G. P. Cuttriss
Accounts of Australians During the Great War in the Middle East, at Gallipoli and on the Western Front
Two accounts of the Australian Army at war
During the Great War all of Britain's colonies and dominions rallied to the appeal of the motherland to fight the common enemy. None responded more positi..
An American War Correspondent's Experiences of the First World War from the Western Front to Gallipoli-and Beyond
A singular view of the Great War on many fronts
At the outbreak of the First World War the United States of America was a neutral power. This gave its journalists the opportunity to visit the vario..