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From Ulster to the Dardanelles

by Philip Orr
From Ulster to the Dardanelles focuses on several individuals from the nine-county province of Ulster, who served in the Gallipoli Campaign during the First World War and the local impact of the Gallipoli campaign.
ISBN: 978-0-9929301-4-1
Price: £8.00
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Ulster and the First World War
by Jonathan Bardon

This book is about the experience of the people of all of Ulster, both at home and overseas, throughout a conflict which was on such an unprecedented scale that it became known at the time simply as the Great War.

ISBN: 978-0-9929301-3-4 Price: £ 10.00
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So Vast An Armada
by Ian Wilson

From Belfast Lough to D-Day.

ISBN: 978-0-9929301-1-0 Price: £ 3.00
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Pim and Churchill’s Map Room
by John Potter

Based on the papers of Captain Richard Pim, RNVR Supervisor of Churchill’s Map Room 1939-1945

ISBN: 978-0-9929301-0-3 Price: £ 5.00
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Overhead and Over Here
by Ernie Cromie

The story of American military aviation in Northern Ireland during the Second World War.

ISBN: 978-0-9929301-5-8 Price: £ 8.00
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A Nurse in the Belfast Blitz
by Trevor Parkhill

Emma Duffin’s diary is an eye-witness account of the devastating air raids and aftermath of the Belfast Blitz in 1941. The diary has been transcribed and is represented with illustrations and contextual information by the editor.

ISBN: 978-0-9929301-6-5 Price: £ 10.00
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The Somme: 24 June – 19 November 1916
by Richard Doherty

On 24 June 1916, the Battle of the Somme began as British and French artillery opened a bombardment on the German lines. The 36th (Ulster) Division, 16th (Irish) Division and battalions of the Royal Irish Regiment, Connaught Rangers, Leinster Regiment, Royal Munster Fusiliers, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, London Irish Rifles and the Irish cavalry regiments are all part of the story outlined in this book. Nor are those Irish soldiers who fought in Australian and Canadian forces forgotten.

ISBN: 978-0-9929301-7-2 Price: £ 15.00
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Passing Through
by John Potter

The story of the United States Army in Northern Ireland 1942 -1944.

ISBN: Price: £ 2.00
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The Derry Boys
by Richard Doherty

The story of the 9th (Londonderry) Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment Royal Artillery (Supplementary Reserve) 1939-1946.

ISBN: Price: £ 2.00
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Revisiting a Letter from Ulster
by Allan Esler Smith

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The Belfast Blitz
by John Potter

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The Twelve Mile Snipers
by John Potter and Murray Barnes

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Fermanagh in the Second World War
by Joe O’Loughlin and John Hughes

ISBN: 978-0-9929301-2-7 Price: £
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The Lion Has Wings
by Allan Esler Smith

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