Books by Robin Neillands

Robin Neillands, a former Royal Marines Commando, is a journalist and writer. He has written several acclaimed books on World War II and military history, among them The Eighth Army, The Bomber War (published by Overlook), The Conquest of the Reich: D-Day

Released: May 10, 2007

"The closing months of WWII, then, from the British point of view—one little known here, and worth knowing about."
A clear-eyed critique, by noted military historian Neillands (Eighth Army, 2004, etc.), of the Allied command and its decisions and indecisions in the last half of 1944. Read full book review >
Released: May 12, 2004

"For WWII buffs, especially those wanting a rounded view of the Mediterranean Theater—a useful companion to Douglas Porch's Path to Victory (p. 121)."
A spirited biography of one of the most storied units in British military history. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 29, 2001

"Well-researched and thoughtfully argued, scholars and afficionados of WWII history and readers interested in the moral philosophy of war will find this compelling reading."
A cogent analysis of the morally complex technological, political, and strategic decisions made by the Allied air forces during the war against Nazi Germany. Read full book review >