Recommended Reading List for British Empire 1919-1945

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Recommended Reading List for British Empire 1919-1945

Post by Andy H » 08 May 2012 14:54

This Sticky list is a quick reference guide to the books recommended & discussed in the Sticky Thread 'Recommended Reading on the British Empire 1919-1945, found here:- http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic. ... 4&t=156940

This is a listed Bibliography if you will of those books, to stop any title duplication. Each book is listed alphabetically by author with the corresponding Page number of the accompanying recommendation within . http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic. ... 4&t=156940 listed after it.

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BANKS, Arthur: Wings of the Dawning (The battle for the Indian Ocean 1939-1945). P1
BARNETT, Correli: The Desert Generals. P1
BOUCHERY, Jean: The British Soldier From D-Day To VE-Day Vol 2(Organisation Armament Tanks and Vehicles). P1
CANNADINE, David: The Decline and Fall of the British Aristocracy. P1
CLARKE, Peter:The Last Thousand Days of the British Empire (Churchill, Roosevelt, and the Birth of the Pax Americana)P2
COLLIERS, Basil: The Defence of the United Kingdom. P2
DOERR, Paul W: British Foreign Policy 1919-1939. P1
EGERTON, David: Britain’s War Machine (Weapons, Resources and Experts in World War 2). P1
FENNELL, Jonathon: Combat & Morale in the North African Campaign (The Eighth Army and the path to El Alamein) P2
FRASER, David: And We Shall Shock Them: The British Army in the Second World War. P1
FRENCH, David: Military Identities: The Regimental System, the British Army, and the British People c. 1870-2000. P1
GILBERT, Martin & GOTT, Richard: The Appeasers. P1
HOLLAND, DF: Britain and the Commonwealth Alliance 1918-1939. P1
HURD, Douglas: Choose Your Weapons (British Foreign Secretary-200yrs of Argument, Success and Failure) P2
JACKSON, Ashley: The British Empire and the Second World War. P1
JAMES, Lawrence: The Rise and the Fall of the British Empire. P1
JEFFREY, K: The British Army and the crisis of Empire. P1
LAVERY, Brian: We Shall Fight On The Beaches (Defying Napoleon & Hitler, 1805 and 1940). P2
LOUIS, WR: The British Empire in the East. P1
LOUIS, WR: Imperialism at Bay 1941-1945 (The USA and the Decolonization of the British Empire). P1
MAIOLO, Joe: Cry Havoc: The Arms Race and the Second World War, 1931-41. P1
NEWMAN, Simon: March 1939: The British Guarantee to Poland ( A Study in the Continuity of British Foreign Policy) P2
OWEN, Frank: The Fall of Singapore. P1
PRATTEN, Garth: Australian Battalion Commanders in the Second World War. P1
RYAN, Cornelius: A Bridge Too Far (The story of Market Garden). P1
STEWART, Andrew: A Very British Experience: Coalition, Defence and Strategy in the Second World War. P2
TAYLOR, AJP: English history 1914-1945. P1
THORNE, Christopher: Allies of a Kind-United States, Britain and the War Against Japan 1941-45.viewtopic.php?f=19&t=195939



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Re: Recommended Reading List for British Empire 1919-1945

Post by Andy H » 08 Sep 2013 12:26

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