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A Breed Apart

The story of two remarkable men of the Yorkshire Regiment, both winners of the Victoria Cross, Second-Lieutenant Donald Bell and Captain Archie White.

By Richard Leake

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A Tommy In The Family

Family historian Keith Gregson explores the human stories behind the history of the war, from the heart warming to the tear jerking.

Full of research tips and useful background information this book will fascinate anyone with an interest in the First World War and help them to find out more about their ancestors who participated in one of the most troubled conflicts in the history of mankind.

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Churchill at War

This hardback book takes you through Churchill’s war in pictures.

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D-DAY DIARY

6 June 1944 is one of the most memorable dates of the Second World War. It marked the beginning of the end of the conflict as Allied forces invaded Normandy and fought their way into Nazi-occupied Europe. the Author brings together remarkable tales of bravery, survival and sacrifice from what was one of the wars most dramatic and pivotal episodes.

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D-Day Hero – CSM Stanley Hollis V.C

An exclusive biography of D-Days only VC winner, Green Howard Company Sergeant Major Stanley Hollis, was, uniquely, twice recommended for this coveted award on 6th June 1944. A tough Teesside, working class rebel, Hollis was no model soldier, earlier in the war he was forever being busted for various misdemeanours.

However, few soldiers saw more close-quarter action than Stanley Hollis, who killed over 100 enemy soldiers in combat during the Second World War, serving at Dunkirk, in the Western Desert and in Sicily. It was on D-Day that Hollis created history with his inimitable brand of raw courage, being involved in two blistering VC actions. On Gold Beach he single-handedly stormed a hidden German pillbox, saving his company from certain destruction. Later that day, he saved the lives of two more comrades, trapped by heavy enemy gunfire. He was undoubtedly a D-Day hero.

 

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Echoes of The Crimea

Exploring the role of The Green Howards during the Crimean War.

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El Alamein

The battle heralded a great victory for the Allied Forces and marked a major turning point in the Western Desert Campaign

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Gallipoli 1915

One of the most resounding Allied defeats of the First World War with both the Allied and Ottoman armies suffering in excess of 200,000 casualties.

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Green Howards Three Hundred Years Of Service

Raised in 1688 as “Colonel Lutrells Regiment of Foot” in response to the supplanting of King James 11 by William Of Orange, there began three centuries of service to the nation with the Regiment becoming one of the finest in the British Army. Created initially in response to a call for loyal troops, the Green Howards have continued to maintain their tradition of loyalty in many campaigns to win superb battle honours, and hence the narrative reflects the British Army in some of its finest episodes: participation in the French Wars of 1697-1793, the American War of Independence, Crimean War, First and Second World Wars and continuing with service in Suez, Malaya, Northern Ireland, Bosnia and Kosovo, and most recently in Afghanistan, gives the Green Howards an enviable military record.

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Loos

Understand the battle fought by the BEF in support of the French against an impenetrable German second line in 1915.

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Omdurman 1898

The Battle of Omdurman was a superb example of tactics in warfare and technological supremacy, in which a vastly outnumbered British force overran the Madhist army and cemented the dominance of the Empire.

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Poppy and leaf brooch

Small but perfectly formed sparkly poppy brooch with leaf. 2.5cm diameter.

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Poppy Brooch Large Sparkle

Single poppy brooch, 4.5cm diameter in a presentation gift box.

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Remembering Tommy

The British soldier in the first World War, this book pays tribute to the real life soldier of the Great War from the moment of joining up to their final homecoming. Using original artefacts in historic settings, the men and their words are brought to life. The uniforms they wore, the equipment they carried, the letters they wrote home, their personal possessions, mementos and photographs come together in a powerful tribute to the indomitable Tommy.

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Sheffield Remembering 1914-18

Sheffield offers an intimate portrayal of the city and its people living in the shadow of the Great War for five years.

A beautifully illustrated and highly accessible paperback volume.

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Somme 1916

One of the bloodiest conflicts in military history, the Battle of the Somme raged from 1st July to 18th November 1916. It has come to signify for many the waste and bloodshed of the First World War as hundreds of thousands of men on all sides lost their lives fighting over small gains in land.

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