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Ron Jones describes his early childhood in Birmingham and the difficult times for his parents who ne..
This book looks at the lives of those who came from Bridgtown, Cannock, Chadsmoor, Hednesford, Wimbl..
Birmingham during the Great War has been
described as Britain's pre-eminent c..
This book is a personal account of the
closing stages of the wa..
Jack Gillespie was born in 1909 and celebrated his 100th birthday on 4th August 2009. In his youth h..
This is the biographical account of Arthur West who, in 1909, joined the Royal Navy Submarine Servic..
A historical manuscript of World War II air
raids, experienced ..
Just how many war memorials exist in
Britain's cities, towns and vi..
Return to Duty tells the story of three
U.S. Army hospitals located a..
A childhood spent in occupied France. Life,
school life trying to be as n..
Somewhere in the Midlands chronicles the
day to day running of US..
Bangkok, Thailand, 1969. Young British lawyer Matt Benson has his first case. He’s a long way from h..
Frank Schofield has taken an intense
interest in The Falkland I..
‘The Friendly Invasion of Leominster’
relates the activities of a number of American units based in..
Birmingham poet Paul Thornber and Terry Carter, the author of “Birmingham Pals” regularly visit the ..