Tuesday, October 10, 2017 - 11:03 AM GMT+7
Casemate brings the latest books in Military History, covering a wide variety of subjects.
Among them, and of most interest for armour modellers, you can find this month:
The Tanks, The History of the Royal Tank Regiment, 1976-2017. The Royal Tank Regiment through the last third of the Cold War, Northern Ireland, Cyprus, the two Gulf Wars, the Balkans, Iraq and Afghanistan.
Tigers at War: The Princess of Wales' Royal Regiment. 25 years in front-line modern Conflict. The remarkable story of the infantrymen of the Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment, the Tigers by nickname, who, since the end of the Cold War and fall of the Iron Curtain, have served on the front line in Northern Ireland, the Balkans, Iraq, and Afghanistan, as well as the many small wars and brush fires across Africa, Asia, and Europe.
What Did You Do In The Great War, Grandfather? The Life and Times of an Edwardian Horse Artillery Officer. Part history, part social documentary, part love story, this is a grandson's search for what his grandfather did in the Great War. Drawing on war diaries in the National Archives, unit records in the Royal Artillery museum, and a unique pictorial record captured by his family on camera before and after the war, it tells of his grandfather's life before the war, his remarkable role in key stages of the war itself, and his life in India and Egypt afterwards before retiring in 1936.
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