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Dartmoor Prison Vol 1 (pdf e-book)

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The story of HM Prison Dartmoor begins over two hundred years ago at the time of the Napoleonic Wars. But it is truly a tale of two prisons for, while its original purpose was to house prisoners of war, it later became a convict prison - perhaps the most notorious the world over. Volume One 'Parcere Subjectis' relates the awful circumstances which first saw men incarcerate within the forbidding granite walls at Princetown, covers The War Prison 1809 - 1816.
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A Dictionary of the Battle of Britain

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While many books detail the story of ‘The Few’, and describe the technical details of the aircraft and the aircrew who took part on both sides, here for the first time is a book that provides a useful background to every aspect of the conflict. Compiled by Geoff Simpson.
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Echoes of East Anglia

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Martin Bowman has explored the many Second World War airfields in East Anglia, taking evocative photographs of all that remains, from empty, echoing control towers to the graffiti and wall-art left by the intrepid airmen, many of whom flew to their deaths, from this remote corner of England.
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A Country War - Memoirs of a Land Girl

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This memoir by Maud 'Mickey' Mitchell is the fascinating story of one woman’s reminiscences of life in the Women’s Land Army from 1943 until the war’s end. Barely 17, the author describes the shock of moving from her home in Blackburn, Lancashire, to take up her first farming job deep in rural East Devon, first near Whimple and then Upottery.
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When Britannia Ruled the Waves

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This book is about a youth who joined the Royal Navy in 1891 and left it at the age of sixty-five in 1942, nine months after the United States entered the second world war. In addition to being a successful officer who rose to high rank he was from his early days a beautiful artist. This book consists of a written account of his career illustrated by his paintings and a number of photographs mainly from his own albums.

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Somerset in the Second World War

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Setting the Somerset scene in a national and international context, Somerset at War by Felicity Hebditch tells the story of the suffering, courage and resilience of the county and its children in a way that will appeal to readers of all ages.
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By Swords Divided

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Andrew Norman recounts a thrilling story of the siege of Corfe Castle during the English Civil War.
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Plymouth - A Shattered City

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For anyone who has an interest in Plymouth, and particularly in the years during which the old city was replaced by post-war redevelopment, this illustrated story of the blitz of 1941 and its aftermouth by Gerald Wasley will be of great fascination.
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Plymouth - A Shattered City (pdf e-book)

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For anyone who has an interest in Plymouth, and particularly in the years during which the old city was replaced by post-war redevelopment, this illustrated story of the blitz of 1941 and its aftermouth by Gerald Wasley will be of great fascination.
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Army Apprentices Harrogate

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This book by Colonel Cliff Walters chronicles the development of the Army Apprentices of Harrogate from their inception in 1947, to meet the Army's needs of the immediate postwar era and the Cold War, to their demise in 1996.
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