ABSOLUTE WAR: SOVIET RUSSIA IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR
The definitive history of the War on the Eastern Front, 1941-1945.
PUBLISHER: Pan Macmillan
PUBLICATION DATE: July 2007
RIGHTS CONTROLLED: Translation
RIGHTS SOLD: Czech, Estonian, Italian, Polish, Spanish
KINGHTS IN WHITE ARMOUR
Two hundred years have passed since Clausewitz first encountered war in 1793, at the start of a conflict which would consume Europe for twenty-two years. The 20th century has witnessed the world moving towards total war, and then back from the brink.
In this timely and perceptive study, Christopher Bellamy develops a new theory of war and peace. Using his personal experience as a serving soldier and as a defence correspondent who has had frontline experience in Rwanda, Bosnia, the Gulf, Chechnya and Kurdistan, Bellamy focuses specifically on the way limited wars are conducted. And, in this, inevitably he examines the complex role of the UN, whose highly white armoured vehicles give the book its title.
Knights in White Armour is a ground-breaking analysis of international politics and security. It takes a long hard look at the brutal face of war and also asks some very searching questions about the dilemma of peacekeeping – by the United Nations or any other body.
PUBLICATION DATE: July 1996
THE GURKHAS: SPECIAL FORCE
The Gurkhas have fought on behalf of Britain and India for nearly two hundred years. As brave as they are resilient, resourceful and cunning, they have earned a reputation as devastating fighters, and their unswerving loyalty to the Crown has always inspired affection in the British people. There are also now up to 40,000 Gurkhas in the million-strong army of modern India.
But who are the Gurkhas? How much of the myth that surrounds them is true? Award-winning historian Chris Bellamy uncovers the Gurkhas’ origins in the Hills of Nepal, the extraordinary circumstances in which the British decided to recruit them and their rapid emergence as elite troops of the East India Company, the British Raj and the British Empire. Their special aptitude meant they were used as the first British ‘Special Forces’. Bellamy looks at the wars the Gurkhas have fought this century, from the two world wars through the Falklands to Iraq and Afghanistan and examines their remarkable status now, when each year 11,000 hopefuls apply for just over 170 places in the British Army Gurkhas.
Extraordinarily compelling, this book brings the history of the Gurkhas, and the battles they have fought, right up to date, and explores their future…
PUBLISHER: John Murray
PUBLICATION DATE: 13th October 2011
THE FUTURE OF LAND WARFARE
A detailed consideration of the likely nature, and location, of land warfare over the next twenty-five years. It discusses in detail all the major elements of modern warfare including weapons developments, logistics and tactics.
PUBLICATION DATE: 26th February 1987
RED GOD OF WAR: SOVIET ARTILLERY AND ROCKET FORCES
PUBLICATION DATE: July 1986
THE EVOLUTION OF MODERN LAND WARFARE: THEORY AND PRACTICE
PUBLICATION DATE: 13th December 1990
EXPERT WITNESS: A DEFENCE CORRESPONDENT’S GULF WAR, 1990-91
PUBLICATION DATE: 31st December 1993