The Battleground Europe series of guides is designed for both the battlefield visitor and the armchair traveller. There is extensive guidance on how to make the most of your battlefield visit. The historical significance of each site is described in detail with the aid of maps and photographs.
The village of Bullecourt, France was incorporated into the formidable Hindenburg Line when the Germans carried out their strategic withdrawal in February 1917. Attacked unsuccessfully as part of the Battle of Arras on 11th April 1917, it was finally captured in May after a second major assault.
The book details the actions of the Australians but also includes the contributions made by the 7th, 58th and 62nd British Divisions.
The Roman Empire and the Indian Ocean
By: Dr Raoul McLaughlin
Eastern Front: Night Combat
By: Bob Carruthers
Churchill and the Norway Campaign 1940
By: Graham Rhys-Jones
From Journey's End to The Dam Busters
By: Roland Wales
Mist On The Rice-Fields
By: John Neville Shipster
Raiding on the Western Front
By: Anthony Saunders
Bearskins, Bayonets & Body Armour
By: Trevor Royle
German Machine Guns of the Second World War
By: Hans Seidler
German Naval Guns
By: Miroslaw Skwiot