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Jackson, Andrew, Accrington's Pals - The Full Story
Jackson, Peter & David Haysom, Covert Radar and Signals Interception - The Secret Career of Eric Ackermann
Jackson, Robert, Air Aces of WWII
Jackson, Robert, Panzer I & II Blueprint for Blitzkrieg 1933-1941
Jackson, Robert, Bren Gun Carrier – Britain’s Universal War Machine
Jackson-Lee, Peter, Courage After the Battle
Jacobs, James, From the Imjin to the Hook
Jacobs, Peter, Stay the Distance - The Life and Times of Marshal of the Royal Air Force Sir Michael Beetham
Jacobs, Peter, Daring Raids of World War Two - Heroic Land, Sea & Air Attacks
Jacobs, Peter, Fortress Island Malta - Defence & Re-Supply During the Siege
Jacobs, Peter, Setting France Ablaze - the SOE in France during WWII
James, Barrie G., Hitler's Gulf War - The Fight for Iraq 1941
Jastrzembski, Frank, Admiral Albert Hastings Markham – A Victorian Tale of Triumph, Tragedy & Exploration
Jessop, Mark, The Royal Navy 1793-1800 – Birth of a Superpower
Jessop, Mark, The Royal Navy in the Napoleonic Age – Senior Service, 1800-1815
Johansen, Claes, Hitler's Nordic Ally? Finland and the Total War 1939-1945
John, Steven, Carmarthen Pals: A History of the 15th (Service) Battalion The Welsh Regiment, 1914-1919
Johnsen, Frederick A., Captured Eagles - Secrets of the Luftwaffe
Johnsen, Frederick A., Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress
Johnson, Mark, Caribbean Volunteers at War - The Forgotten Story of the RAF's 'Tuskagee Airmen'
Johnson, Michael G., North American Indian Tribes of the Great Lakes
Johnston, Arran Paul, Blood Stained Fields - The Battlefields of East Lothian
Johnston, Ian, Clydebank Battlecruisers
Johnston, Ian & Mick French, eds., Battleship Ramillies: The Final Salvo
Johnston, R.M., editor, In the Words of Napoleon - The Emperor Day by Day
Johstono, Paul, The Army of Ptolemaic Egypt 323-204 BC – An Institutional and Operational History
Joly, Anton, Stalingrad Battle Atlas Volume 1 (13 September-13 October 1942)
Joly, Anton, Stalingrad Battle Atlas Volume 2 (14 October-18 November 1942)
Jomini, Antoine Henri (Baron) de, The Art of War
Jones, Barry, De Havilland Twin-Boom Fighters: Vampire, Venom and Sea Vixen
Jones, Michael J., Stalingrad: How the Red Army triumphed
Jones, Robert, Knight: The Warrior and the World of Chivalry
Jones, Simon, Underground Warfare, 1914-1918
Jones, Spencer, ed., Stemming the Tide: Officers and Leadership in the British Expeditionary Force 1914
Jones, Spencer, ed., Courage without Glory – The British Army on the Western Front 1915
Jordan, David, A Chronology of World War II
Jordan, John, Warships after Washington - The Development of the Five Major Fleets 1922-1930
Jordan, John & Dumas, Robert, French Battleships, 1922-1956
Jordan, John & Moulin, Jean, French Cruisers 1922-1956
Jordan, John & Moulin, Jean, French Destroyers 1922-1956
Jordan, John and Philippe Caresse, French Armoured Cruisers 1887-1932
Jörgensen, Christer, Spying for the Führer: Hitler's Espionage Machine
Jowett, Philip, China's Wars - Rousing the Dragon 1894-1949
Jowett, Philip S., Imperial Chinese Armies, 1840-1911
Jowett, Philip S., Armies of the Greek-Turkish War 1919-22
Jowett, Philip S., Modern Africa Wars (5) - The Nigerian-Biafran War 1967-70
Jowett, Philip, Japan’s Asian Allies 1941-45
Jowett, Philip, Images of War - China & Japan at War 1937-1945
Just, Bruno, Hitler's Last Levy in East Prussia

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