Non Fiction

Cunningham The Greatest Admiral Since Nelson

• An engrossing biography of one of the most important naval leaders of the Second World War.

Perfect for people who enjoy biographies of Chester W. Nimitz, Isoroku Yamamoto or other legendary World War Two admirals.

‘In the Eastern Mediterranean we found in Admiral Andrew Cunningham an officer of the highest qualities and dauntless courage.’ Winston S. Churchill, The Second World War

After serving in the Boer War and World War One with distinction, Andrew Browne Cunningham, popularly known as ABC, served as Commander-in-Chief of the Mediterranean Fleet when the outlook for British forces looked bleakest at the start of the Second World War….

Cunningham Automobiles 1951-1955

• This book is a portfolio of contemporary articles on Cunningham Automobiles. Reports featuring road tests, specification & technical data, model introductions and race reports. Models covered: C2, C3, C4R, C4RK, C5R, C6R, Continental Coupe and Convertible. The Cunningham cars were the fulfilment of a dream for Briggs Cunningham. Two years before the Corvette, Cunningham had built the C1 with Chrysler’s hemi-head V8 and a tubular chassis. The C2 was entered in the 1951 Le Mans and a road version came in the same year. The C3 had a touring body by Vignale but Cunninghams never sold in large enough quantities and the operation was closed down during 1955.

• In these four groundbreaking reports, archaeologist Alexander Cunningham offers detailed analyses of the historical and cultural significance of numerous sites and artifacts throughout India. Drawing upon his extensive travels and deep knowledge of the region, Cunningham provides a wealth of valuable insights and observations that continue to inform our understanding of Indian history and culture to this day.

The World of India's First Archaeologist Letters from Alexander Cunningham to JDM Beglar by Prof. Upinder Singh

• Alexander Cunningham, India’s first professional archaeologist, became the first Director General of the Archaeological Survey of India in 1871. This volume contains a collection of 193 letters he wrote between 1871 and 1888 to his Archaeological Assistant, J. D. M. Beglar. The letters, published here for the first time, edited and with an introduction by Upinder Singh, offer exciting, new insights into Cunningham’s life and career, telling the story of the birth of Indian archaeology and some of its greatest discoveries in real time, in Cunningham’s own words.