Book Reviews

The Second World War Military Operations Research Group seeks to publish reviews on new books in the field of the operational military history of the period covered by the groups remit, 1919-1963. It aims to be an accessible collection of academic reviews that provides open access and engagement to a wider audience interested in the period. The group will publish timely, informative and well-written reviews of academic books across all the field. All reviews are cited and a hard copy can be downloaded at the bottom of each review.

A Note for Authors and Publishers

If you’ve published a book in the field of the operational military history of the period 1919-1963 in the last year, or if you have a book forthcoming, we’d like to hear from you. Just email us using the following link – Email Us

We are also happy to hear from publishers seeking rigorous reviews of their latest releases. We are looking to develop a good working relationships with publishing houses. To find out more information just email us using the following link – Email Us

Book Reviews published so far

(click on the title to see the review)

Anthony J. Cumming, The Royal Navy and the Battle of Britain (Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 2010)

Brad Gladman, Intelligence and Anglo-American Air Support in World War Two: The Western Desert and Tunisia, 1940-43 (London: Palgrave, 2009)

Bryn Hammond, El Alamein: The Battle that Turned the Tide of the Second World War (Oxford: Osprey Publishing, 2012)

Jack Radey and Charles Sharp, The Defense of Moscow 1941: The Northern Flank (Barnsley: Pen and Sword, 2012)

Frederick Rosier with David Rosier, Be Bold (London: Grub Street, 2011)

Niklas Zetterling and Michael Tamelander, Bismarck: The Final Days of Germany’s Greatest Battleship (Newbury: Casemate, 2009)

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