Weekly Bestsellers

A selection of bestselling books throughout the week from Pen and Sword Books webpage
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The unique history of The Micks – the Irish Guards – is chronicled in over 1000 images,  is at #4!

The unique history of The Micks – the Irish Guards – is chronicled in over 1000 images, starting with their formation in 1900 and taking the reader through to the recent war in Afghanistan.

The long-awaited First Day of the Somme makes it to #3 in it's first week of release!

Many guidebooks cover the Somme offensive in the five-month struggle that has come to be seen as one of the defining episodes in the history of the fighting on the Western Front during the First World War.

Seaforth World Naval Review  http://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Seaforth-World-Naval-Review-Hardback/p/12348

This annual has an established reputation as an authoritative but affordable summary of all that has happened in the naval world in the previous twelve months.

Alan Bristow: Helicopter Pioneer

Alan Bristow: Helicopter Pioneer: The Autobiography

This weeks No. 1 #Bestseller is CHURCHILL'S LAST WARTIME SECRET by Adrian Searle. Our new releases is flying off the shelves. http://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Churchills-Last-Wartime-Secret-Hardback/p/12355

Churchill’s Last Wartime Secret: The 1943 German Raid Airbrushed from History

Sword Beach hits the top spot this week at #1

The anniversay of D-Day will be upon us on Monday, Sword Beach is in at

Omaha Beach reaches #2

From Omaha Beach: V Corps' Battle For The Normandy Beachead (battleground Europe Series)

The Raid on Zeebrugge  http://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/The-Raid-on-Zeebrugge-Hardback/p/10817

The Raid on Zeebrugge

Hawker Hurricane  http://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Hawker-Hurricane-DVD/p/6067

The Hawker Hurricane designed by Sydney Camm was the British produced single-seat fighter aircraft which was flown by the RAF from 1937 onwards.

Why the Japanese Lost

This book tells the story of a war unlike any other in history, fought between a nation that believed itself to be invincible, even when its strength was being systematically destroyed by the greatest industrial power in the world.

The Fatal Fortress  http://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/The-Fatal-Fortress-Hardback/p/12293

The Fall of Singapore in February 1942 was arguably the greatest disaster suffered by the British Empire.

Nottingham: The Buried Past of a Historic City Revealed  http://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Nottingham-The-Buried-Past-of-a-Historic-City-Revealed-Paperback/p/4148

Nottingham: The Buried Past of a Historic City Revealed

Fight, Dig and Live

The Korean War, which began with an unprovoked attack by North Korea in went on for three long years.

Battle of the Bulge: Siege of Bastogne

With the Fifth Panzer Army fighting its way towards the River Meuse, the cross roads town of Bastogne, vital for the success of Hitler's last attempt to check the Allies in the west, the Americans rushed reinforcements to hold it.