Helion & Company

Helion & Company

Founded in 1996 by Duncan Rogers, Helion & Company Ltd is one of the world’s leading publishers and booksellers of military history in the English language. Since its inception Helion has gone from strength to strength and currently publishes approximately 100 titles per annum.

Helion’s commitment to implementing fresh, bold business ideas is seen through new projects such as working in association with the Western Front Association to offer unique First World War scholarship prizes, regular book events, and offering high-quality military art prints to customers for framing and display. Helion was quick to embrace the world of social media and their popular Twitter feed is updated with fresh content on a daily basis to ensure the latest military history news is always readily available. The recently-launched Wolverhampton Military Studies series boasts more than a dozen titles, which are designed to present academic military history in a new and innovative way – a fitting concept for a forward-thinking company.

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  • History Of K.U.K Infantry Regiment

    History Of K.U.K Infantry Regiment Learn More

    Starting at: £5.95

  • British & Commonwealth Armies

    This book offers a complete guide to the organisation and order-of-battle of British & Commonwealth armies during the years 1939 to 1943. The five chapters cover all main theatres of war - Europe incl. the Home Front; North Africa; East & West Africa, and the Middle East; the Mediterranean; the Pacific & Far East. T.o.E.'s (Tables of Organisation & Equipment) are given for all main and many minor types of formations in each theatre - from armored brigades and divisions in North Africa, to Egyptian home defense forces 1939-42, British Force 121 in Magadagascar 1942, and Indian infantry... Learn More

    Starting at: £16.95

  • British and Commonwealth Armies 1944-45 (Helion Order of Battle)

    British and Commonwealth Armies 1944-45 (Helion Order of Battle) Learn More

    Starting at: £16.95

  • The History of the Prussian Infantry Regiment Nr. 71 During the Seven Weeks War 1866

    The History of the Prussian Infantry Regiment Nr. 71 During the Seven Weeks War 1866 Learn More

    Starting at: £6.95

  • Campaign Of 1848 In Lombardy

    Campaign Of 1848 In Lombardy Learn More

    Starting at: £5.95

  • The Royal Corps of Signals

    The ability to communicate is a prerequisite for success both in military and civil life. Surprisingly, everyone expects access to communications, but rarely wonders how it is achieved. The purpose of this book is to bring into focus one of the cornerstones of the success of the British Army, and to provide an insight into the complexity and diversity of the Royal Corps of Signals. This is done, not by narrative, but by delving into unit history rather than campaign history, thus offering a different perspective for the historian.

    Royal Signals is one of the larges... Learn More

    Starting at: £3.99

  • For Rex and for Belgium

    Nearly 60 years after the end of the Second World War, the name "Degrelle" remains controversial in Belgium and abroad. Was he a traitor to his nation, or a hero for anti-Communism? Until recently, the only information available on the man and his political movement came from Degrelle's own memoirs, or from works heavily slanted for or against him.

    Eddy De Bruyne, specialist in WWII Walloon Military Collaboration, has devoted over 20 years to intensively studying the available documentation, as well as interviewing the surviving collaborators of that... Learn More

    Starting at: £3.99

  • Prussian Campaign Of 1866

    The Prussian Campaign of 1866, a Tactical Retrospect is one of the scarcest titles to have appeared in English concerning the Seven Weeks War, and certainly one of the most worthwhile. This book spawned quite a controversy at the time of its publication (1869 in Germany, 1870 in an English edition), and even several follow-up books (which Helion plan to reprint later in 2006). During the campaign, the author served as a General Staff officer with the Prussian II Army Corps, fighting at Gitschin and Koniggratz. Throughout his career he was widely respected as one of the finest members of the... Learn More

    Starting at: £12.95

  • An English Cadet In The Austrian

    An English Cadet In The Austrian Learn More

    Starting at: £5.95

  • To the Bitter End

    This is a penetrating and detailed account of the climactic battles of the German forces in Slovakia, the Carpathians, parts of Poland, Silesia and Saxony, from autumn 1944 until the end of the war.

    The author provides excellent detail on the movements and actions of numerous German units, and the text covers all major actions including the battle for the Vistula bridgeheads, the epic siege of Breslau, and the final desperate actions around Bautzen and Dresden. Appendices include comprehensive orders-of-battle.

    A large number of detailed battle maps are also... Learn More

    Starting at: £3.99

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