About The Naval & Military Press Booklists

The Naval & Military Press launched its first printed booklist back in 1990 and, including special issues, we have produced over 200 in the years since. The booklists contain the majority of our current special offers and new titles.

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Centenary Booklist
Published – June 2018

In this issue

A real thumper of a Booklist at twice the size of our usual quarterly printed catalogues, the 1,000+ titles contained within cover many aspects of the ‘War to End all Wars’, including Regimental and Divisional Histories, Official Histories, Rolls of Honour and Casualty Lists, Training Manuals, Official War Diaries WO95, Eastern Front, Balkans & Russian Civil War Intervention, Memoirs and Biographies, Campaign and Battle Histories. With our usual and now-legendary pricing structure we have some truly great books at prices to suit all pockets.

All of us who have a special interest in the Great War have been fortunate to see the commemoration events unfold over the last four years, and to be able to read and enjoy the tsunami of worthy titles that the centenary has produced.

The Naval & Military Press will not be resting on its laurels after this intense period however, and has some important titles and databases still to come over the next 12 months.

Gary Buckland


Booklist 166
Published – November 2018

In this issue

BOOKLIST 166 gives a very varied selection from our stock, with some serious discounts to be had.

We are very happy to welcome the well-known and respected author Ray Westlake to the fold with the first of many new titles from his pen. ‘A GUIDE TO THE BRITISH ARMY’S NUMBERED REGIMENTS of 1751-1881’ fills a real gap with this one-stop reference work.

You will have noticed that our lists are getting bigger and BOOKLIST 166 is no exception. We have been able to stretch our wings in our new warehouse and hold more stock under our roof. In short, that equates to more titles, more variety, deeper depth of stock, and a pricing policy that cannot be matched.

We think we are a unique organisation giving top service to all military bookworms worldwide; our 1000s of repeat customers – some of whom have faithfully been with us since 1992 – tell us we are doing something right!