The Imperial War Museum Book of 1914

The Imperial War Museum Book of 1914The Imperial War Museum Book of 1914 by Malcolm Brown
ISBN: 1447270339
Published by Pan Macmillan on January 1st 2014
Genres: Great Britain, Military
Pages: 337

Len's Summary: Also published as The Year of Lost Illusions. Part of a series of Imperial War Museum books on the Great War, many of them written by distinguished British historian and IWM staff member Malcolm Brown. These are all available online from Amazon.co.uk. // Draws on dairies and other personal materials the archives of the Imperial War Museum to delve into the minds of British soldiers serving in The Great War. A pastiche with no particular theme.

The Wipers Times: The Complete Series of the Famous Wartime Trench Newspaper

The Wipers Times: The Complete Series of the Famous Wartime Trench NewspaperThe Wipers Times: The Complete Series of the Famous Wartime Trench Newspaper by Malcolm Brown, Ian Hislop
ISBN: 1906251177
Published by Little Books on July 7th 2008
Genres: Military, Journalism
Pages: 400

Len's Summary: With an introduction by Malcolm Brown, author of The Imperial War Museum Book of the Somme (Pan Macmillan, 2002).

Lawrence of Arabia: The Life, the Legend

Lawrence of Arabia: The Life, the LegendLawrence of Arabia: The Life, the Legend by Malcolm Brown
ISBN: 0500512388
Published by Thames & Hudson on October 31st 2005
Genres: Biography & Autobiography
Pages: 208

Len's Summary: 180 illustrations including photos taken by Lawrence compiled by the author, who is a distinguished historian of the Great War working at the Imperial War Museum in London. Several of the photos taken by Lawrence appeared in the summer 2006 edition of MHQ - The Quarterly Journal of Military History.

The Secret Battle: A Tragedy of the First World War

The Secret Battle: A Tragedy of the First World WarThe Secret Battle: A Tragedy of the First World War by A.P. Herbert, Winston S. Churchill, Malcolm Brown
ISBN: 1848325215
Published by Frontline Books on April 1st 2009
Genres: History, Military, General
Pages: 216

Len's Summary: The fictionalized story of an idealistic young British officer first published in 1919. // First published by Methuen in 1919 and in print virtually ever since, this semi-autobiographical novel follows the career of a young man who left Oxford to enlist later taking a commission and serving at Gallipoli and on the Western Front. This was the first book to freely discuss executions for desertion in the British forces.