Books published by Woodfield (listed A-Z)

All our books are listed below in alphabetical order.

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2297 - A POWs Story

by John Lawrence
A former POW tells of his five years as a captive in Eastern Europe in WW2.

60 Aviation Experiences

A collection of true stories contributed by members of the Scottish Saltire Branch of the Aircrew Association whose collective memory spans more than 80 years of aviation history.

60 More Aviation Experiences

Another collection of true stories by members of Scottish Saltire Branch of the Aircrew Association

619 : The History of a Forgotten Squadron

by Bryan Clark
The rediscovered history of a WW2 bomber command squadron
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A Beat Around the Bush

by Alastair Tompkins
Experiences of a British officer in the Kenya Police during the 1950s and 60s.

A Bird Over Berlin

by Tony Bird DFC
Experiences of a 61 Squadron Lancaster pilot who later became a POW at Stalag Luft III

A Bootnecks Footsteps

by Mike Pinnock
The author sets off on a nostalgic journey to retrace his father's movements with the Royal Marines 1921-45.

A Boy from Soho

by Frank Gianotti
A Londoner's experiences at home and abroad during World War II, as a teenager in the London Blitz and later serving in Italy with the RASC

A Copper in Calabar

by Harry Brun
Experiences of a Student Soldier and Policeman in South and West Africa 1920s-1950s

A Corkheads Chronicle

by David J. Lott
Experiences of a Royal Navy Clearance Diver 1955-76

A Cornucopia of Packs

by Jeffrey Pack
An illustrated history of the Pack family and their connection with the Kent village of Egerton over several centuries.
A Diver in the Dark by Sydney Knowles

A Diver in the Dark

by Sydney Knowles BEM
Memoir of a WW2 Royal Navy Clearance Diver and diving partner of Commander Lionel 'Buster' Crabb

A Divers Escapades

by Glennys E Forrester-Brown
The wartime experiences of a lad from the Potteries who served in the Royal Navy as a diver during World War II

A Flock of Female Friends

by John McGregor, BA
A fond look back at the weird, wild and wonderful women friends in the author's past

A History of RAF Waddington 1916-1945

by Raymond Leach
A detailed illustrated history of this Lincolnshire RAF Station spanning two world wars.

A History of the Kings Flight & Queens Flight

A chronicle of the activities, aircraft and key personnel of the elite RAF unit dedicated to the air transport of the British Royal Family from 1936-1995

A Journey from Blandford – a Truck Drivers Memories of World War II

by B.A. Jones
Wartime adventures of a motorcycle dispatch rider and truck driver 1939-46 including Dunkirk, North Africa supporting the Eighth Army, D-Day and the liberation of Brussels.

A Lass Unparalleled | Susan Fleetwood

by Keith Connelly – The life and work of highly-respected British stage and screen actress Susan Fleetwood (1944-95)

A Little School on the Downs

by Mary Bowmaker
How Victorian teacher Harriet Finlay Johnson made a tiny Sussex school world famous
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A Long Way from Home

by Alastair Tompkins
The experiences of a small boy evacuated from Sussex to Yorkshire in 1939.

A Man Alone – A True Story of Mutiny in the Ranks

by Peter Court | The experiences of Sgt Robert T. (Bob) Robinson who faced insubordination from his platoon in the 14th ‘Forgotten’ Army in Burma during World War II

A Matter of Feeling

by Arnold Brettel
A practitioner reveals his unique Buddhist/Jungian approach to psychotherapy.

A Member of the RAF of Indeterminate Race

by Cy Grant
The experiences of a West Indian officer in the RAF during World War II

A Passage to Peshawar

by Bill Precey
Adventures of a young officer in the Indian Army during WW2

A Pilots Notes

by Ian Rae
Poems of a World War 2 Royal Air Force Flying Instructor.