First World War Trials and Executions by Simon Webb

First World War Trials and Executions by Simon Webb

I’ve read a few books by this author and I liked them a lot. First World War Trials and Executions by Simon Webb* is a book about Britain’s Traitors, Spies and Killers, 1914-1918, as the subtitle suggests. It is a less known subject and, of…

Suffragette Fascists by Simon Webb

Suffragette Fascists by Simon Webb

When it comes to controversial topics, Suffragette Fascists by Simon Webb* surely is talking about one of them. The subtitle is Emmeline Pankhurst and Her Right-Wing Followers. As I was not born or raised in UK, I think I can engage with this topic more…

Post-War Childhood by Simon Webb

Post-War Childhood by Simon Webb

I was curious to read Post-War Childhood by Simon Webb – Growing Up in the Not-So-Friendly ‘Baby Boomer’ Years* because I can’t say I know a lot abut life in post-war Britain and next year it’s something I’m going to study. Some of the things…

The Analogue Revolution by Simon Webb

The Analogue Revolution by Simon Webb

The Analogue Revolution by Simon Webb – Communication Technology 1901–1914* – is the second book I read by this author and it is just as good as the first one. The focus of the book is on the start of the 20th century, but, of…

Scotland Yard’s Flying Squad by Dick Kirby

Scotland Yard’s Flying Squad by Dick Kirby

I was curious to know more about the Flying Squad after seeing it mentioned in a book I read previously, and so, I was very pleased to receive Scotland Yard’s Flying Squad by Dick Kirby* for review. I imagined it would be a book on…

The NHS at 70 by Ellen Welch

The NHS at 70 by Ellen Welch

Two days ago NHS turned 72, which provided me with the perfect opportunity to read The NHS at 70 by Ellen Welch*. Welch is a doctor, which offers a fascinating insight into the history of the NHS. She is frustrated with some of the things…

A Lab of One’s Own by Patricia Fara

A Lab of One’s Own by Patricia Fara

I bought A Lab of One’s Own by Patricia Fara after attending a seminar held by her. She has a lovely style of presenting and I did enjoy the seminar a lot. I had to take advantage and get a signed copy of the book.…