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Published January, 2020
By Andrew Norman
Publisher: Pen & Sword Military
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Written by a medical doctor, this book sheds light on the mind of one of the most reviled figures of the twentieth century, Adolf Hitler, who, today, would have been treated for schizophrenia.

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Published September, 2019
By John Broom
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Using much previously unpublished material from public and private family archives, this book charts the story of those who remained true to the motto of the RAMC: Faithful in Adversity.

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Published October, 2017
By Timothy McCracken
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The book contributes to wider understanding of the RAMC and medical services in the First World War

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Published August, 2015
By Andrew Higgins
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A potent mix of Special Forces action and veterinary experiences (It Shouldn't Happen to a Vet). First hand experiences and anecdotes by a young naive vet in a totally unfamiliar and primitive society.

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Published June, 2015
By Christine Smyth and Vivien Newman
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Published October, 2014
By Stephen Kurt Westmann and Michael Westman
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Rare first hand account of a German soldier and doctor who was attached to Von Richthofen's Circus. Describes action against the French (1914), Russians and British.

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Published November, 2011
By Lipmann Kessel
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Published July, 2011
By Andrew Higgins
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In 1970 at the height of the Cold War, the young Sandhurst-trained Sultan Qaboes of Oman, with secret British military backing, took on the communist rebels in a fierce but little known war. Along with regular British Army and contract officers, the SAS played a key role in this bitterly fought but ultimately successful campaign.

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Published May, 2011
By Andrew Norman
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Published April, 2010
By Michael Crumplin
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With a foreword by Sir Bernard Ribeiro, President of the Royal College of Surgeons of England this is a graphic study of pioneering military surgeon of the Peninsular War with a fascinating insight into the treatment of sickness and wounds in Wellington's army. * Establishes George Guthrie as one of the great innovators and reformers of militar

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