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  1. Jackson, Ashley. / Ceylon at War 1939-1945. Warwick : Helion and Company, 2018. 240 p. (War & Military Culture in South Asia 1757-1947).
  2. Jackson, Ashley. / Of Islands, Ports, and Sea Lanes : Africa and the Indian Ocean in the Second World War. Warwick : Helion and Company, 2018. 324 p. (War and military culture in South Asia, 1757-1947).
  3. Stewart, Andrew Douglas. / The Royal College of Defence Studies, 1927-2017. Solihull : Helion and Company, 2017. 140 p.
  4. Benbow, Timothy John (Editor). / Operation Dynamo : The Evacuation from Dunkirk, May-June 1940. Solihull : Helion and Company, 2016. 302 p. (Naval Staff Histories of the Second World War).
  5. Benbow, Timothy John. / Operation Dynamo: Introduction. Operation Dynamo: The Evacuation from Dunkirk, May-June 1940. editor / Tim Benbow. Solihull : Helion and Company, 2016. pp. 15-43 (Naval Staff Histories of the Second World War).
  6. Benbow, Timothy John. / Operation Neptune: Introduction. Operation Neptune: The D-Day Landings, 6 June 1944: Naval Staff Histories of the Second World War. editor / Tim Benbow. Solihull : Helion and Company, 2015. pp. 11-36
  7. Hammond, Richard James. / British Aero-Naval Co-operation and Rivalry and the Creation of RAF No. 201 (Naval Co-operation) Group. A Military Transformed? Adaptation and Innovation in the British Military, 1792-1945. Helion and Company, 2014. pp. 229-245 (The Wolverhampton Military Studies Series).
  8. Stewart, Andrew. / Caen Controversy : The Battle for Sword Beach 1944. Solihull : Helion and Company, 2014. 184 p.
  9. Fox-Godden, Aimee Elizabeth. / ‘“Hopeless Inefficiency”? The Transformation and Operational Performance of Brigade Staff, 1916-1918’. A Military Transformed? Adaptation and Innovation in the British Military, 1792-1945. editor / Michael LoCicero ; Ross Mahoney ; Stuart Mitchell. Solihull : Helion and Company, 2014. pp. 139

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