This is a complete and unabridged MP3 audio book (talking book) of a book published in 1917 at the height of the first world war (WWI). The author Jeffery Farnol is better know for his works of romantic fiction, but in this departure Jeffery recites the events observations and anecdotes of his tour of Great Britain's war effort. The book follows Jeffery as he visits a number of key locations around... [click here for more]
Fred T. Jane has become a legend in military circles. His research into naval affairs allowed him to produce "the" reference materials for all things navy related. This book from 1904, traces the Japanese Navy from the earliest period up to the time of the outbreak of the war with Russia in February 1904. It then deals with the dockyards, armament, equipment and personnel. ... [click here for more]
This biography covers two great men of history, Napoleon and King Murat. Their long and rocky relationship is the core of this book. Napoleon the Emperor of the French, raised Murat to become a King yet their friendship was destined to end through treachery. ... [click here for more]
Target! Bearing 093 degrees! Is a solitaire card game recreating a submarine mission to sink enemy shipping. Carefully husband your fuel, torpedoes and deck gun ammunition. Choose and reject targets carefully. You don't want to go after too many well protected small fry when you should be after the massive unprotected transports.
The game represents no particular nation, so you can play as Americans... [click here for more]
FNH Audio presents an unabridged reading of this WWI Naval history by an author who actually took part in the battle(s) described. This plain unvarnished account, so far as it known, is the first that has has been made to link with the description of the Falkland Islands battle, fought on December 8th 1914, the events leading up to that engagement.
Each element of the battle is described and combined... [click here for more]
1917 was a terrible time for the British Navy and Mercantile marine. The German adoption of unrestricted submarine warfare was sinking British and Empire shipping at an unsustainable rate, hundreds of thousands of tons were being sunk each month. It was necessary for the war-fighting techniques and the organisation at Admiralty to change to meet this new threat. In this book Viscount Jellicoe relates... [click here for more]