129 books (7 pages) in this category
by BROWN E
by NORMAN J
A Terrific resource for modelers and enthusiasts of This British British Fleet Air Arm Aircraft. Fairey Firefly, Fleet Air Arm Aircraft Aircraft, 1950's British aircraft ...
by MIKE SMYLIE
Britain has a history of a wonderful array of sailing fishing boats, some of which still sail under private ownership. These older vessels developed in their own unique ways which were dependent on local traditions, the type of fishing, their ...
by Anthony Kern
by ASKINS S
From Home Front to Western Front
by London Transport Museum
Originally published to accompany a major exhibition at London Transport Museum about the First World War. Full of unseen photos and illustrations. A fascinating illustrated look at London life and transport thought WW1. ...
by BRIAN J. DICKSON
The evocative photographs of railwayman Ron Buckley reveal the story of steam on the Great Western Railway. The GWR was regarded by enthusiasts as having huge pride in its locomotive design, producing clean uncluttered lines and incorporating ...
by PHILIP GOSSE
Written by an eminent authority on pirate lore and literature, The History of Piracy is one of the most important books on the subject. Tracing the rise of piracy from its ancient beginnings to its ultimate demise, it leads readers down an ...
by James Parish
by James Parish
by EDGAR BERGEN
This easy-to-follow manual, designed especially for aspiring amateur ventriloquists, offers expert advice from an internationally renowned performer. Bergen reveals the secrets of his trade, sharing helpful tips on ""near"" ventriloquism, the ...
A Manual of Step-by-Step Procedures for the Compleat Idiot
by Peter Aschwanden
Clues & Patterns from Puddles to the Sea
by Tristan Gooley
by Paul Dempsey
by EZRA STRONG
Despite his relatively conventional background wealthy family, excellent education Captain Misson of Provence went to sea at age sixteen, and in following his utopian vision became one of the forebears of the French Revolution. When, due to ...
by C. Nouse
by WILLIAM BRADY
Immediately upon its publication in the mid-nineteenth century, this book became the Bible of U.S. sailors, who used it daily and followed its advice assiduously. The Kedge-Anchor's no-nonsense prose provided specific instruction for every ...
by Paul Craig
by Ben Fogle
As quintessentially British as a plate of fish and chips or a British Bulldog, the boxy, utilitarian Land Rover Defender has become an iconic part of what it is to be British. It is said that for more than half the world's population, the first