The Kingdom is Ours
Fast Play Rules for Wargaming the English Civil War Period
Illustrated with photographs of the Bicorne range of metal miniatures, this wargamer's guide provides an introduction to the battles, troops and weapons of the English Civil War and a set of fast play rules to suit both novice and experienced gamers.
Jeremy Bowen's first assignment as a war correspondent was in El Salvador and he went on to report from conflicts in Afghanistan, Chechnya, Iraq and the Balkans before becoming the BBC’s Middle East correspondent. This account of his experiences gives an insight into the reality behind the headlines, the excitement of reporting from the front line and the danger and stress that led him to a personal crisis following a colleague's death in Beirut in 2000.
How Front-Line Reports from the Crimean War Brought Down the British Government
The British government sent an ill-prepared and poorly equipped army to the Crimea in 1854; John Delane, editor of The Times, sent the first war correspondent, William Howard Russell. This study shows how Russell's front-line reports and Delane's editorials brought down the government.
Reporting Under Fire Since 1850
Powerful reports from war zones have resulted in some correspondents becoming forever associated with the conflicts they covered, such as Rageh Omaar in Iraq and Brian Hanrahan in the Falklands. Published in association with Imperial War Museums, this book tells the story of war reporting from the pioneers of the 19th century to the present, detailing the most famous dispatches and illuminating the journalists' experiences. Illustrations include the best of war art and the work of celebrated photojournalists.