Double Cross in Cairo The True Story of the Spy Who Turned the Tide of War in the Middle East - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

Double Cross in Cairo The True Story of the Spy Who Turned the Tide of War in the Middle East - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

Bradman's War - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

Shortlisted for The Cricket Society and M. Book Of The Year Award 2014 When the Second World War ended, Don Bradman assembled a cricketing army. Hailed as one of the greatest cricket teams of all time, the 1948 Invincibles are the only Australians to

Child of the Holocaust: A Jewish Child in Christian Disguise - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

Child of the Holocaust: A Jewish Child in Christian Disguise - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

KL : A History of the Nazi Concentration Camps - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

The first comprehensive history of the Nazi concentration camps In a landmark work of history, Nikolaus Wachsmann offers an unprecedented.

From Cologne To Ballinlough - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

From Cologne To Ballinlough - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

Two Brothers Two Wars - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

Two Brothers Two Wars - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

Neutral Ireland and the Third Reich - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

Neutral Ireland and the Third Reich - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

Trains, Coal and Turf: Transport in Emergency Ireland - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

Trains, Coal and Turf: Transport in Emergency Ireland - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

Bombs Over Dublin - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

Bombs Over Dublin - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

Home Away From Home: The Yanks In Ireland - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

Home Away From Home: The Yanks In Ireland - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

Story of a Secret State: My Report to the World (Penguin Paperback Classics) - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

Born Jan Kozielewski, the invasion of Poland by Nazi and Soviet forces in 1939 saw the redubbed Karski (among other cover names) transformed from a careless playboy to a highly effective and trusted member of the Polish Underground.

Notes On Eire: Espionage Reports Of Irish Neutrality in World War 2 - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

Notes On Eire: Espionage Reports Of Irish Neutrality in World War 2 - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

The Bombing of Dolphin's Barn, Dublin, 1941 - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

The Bombing of Dolphin's Barn, Dublin, 1941 - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

Behind the Green Curtain: Ireland’s Phoney Neutrality During World War II - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

Behind the Green Curtain: Ireland’s Phoney Neutrality During World War II (Paperback) - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

Hitler's Irishmen - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

Hitler's Irishmen - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

Guarding Neutral Ireland: The Coast Watching Service And Military Intelligence 1939-1945 - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

Guarding Neutral Ireland: The Coast Watching Service And Military Intelligence - World War Two - History & Archaeology - Books

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