Operations in the Western Desert from December 7th, 1940, to February
7th, 1941, General Wavell's Despatch, (Supplement to The London
Gazette, 25 June 1946).
Operations in the Middle East from 7th February, 1941, to 15th July, 1941,
General Wavell's Despatch, (Supplement to The London Gazette,
3 July 1946).
Air Operations in the Middle East from January 1st. 1941, to May 3rd,
1941, Air Chief Marshal Longmore's Despatch, (Supplement to The
London Gazette, 19 September 1946).
Air Operations in Greece, 1940–1941, Air Vice-Marshal J. H. D'Albiac's
Despatch, (Supplement to The London Gazette, 9 January 1947).
Transportation of the Army to Greece and Evacuation of the Army from
Greece, 1941, Admiral Cunningham's Despatch, (Supplement to The
London Gazette, 19 May 1948).
The Battle of Crete, Admiral Cunningham's Despatch, (Supplement to The
London Gazette, 24 May 1948).
The following list is not exhaustive. The order is roughly chronological
in order of appearance:
Gebirgsjäger in Griechenland und auf Kreta, HQ 18 German Alpine Corps
The Campaign in Greece and Crete (
HMSO, London, 1942).
Von Serbien bis Kreta, by a publicity company of the German Army
Aspioti-Elka, Athens, 1942).
Gebirgsjäger auf Kreta, Major Flecker (
Wilhelm Limpert-Verlag, Berlin,
Kreta, Sieg der Kühnsten, published by General Student (Steirische
Verlagsanstalt, Graz, 1942).
Kiwi Saga, Martyn Uren (
Collins, Auckland, 1943).
Battle for Crete, The New Zealand Division in Action (
Air-borne Invasion, John Hetherington (
Oswald-Sealy, Auckland, 1944).
With Pennants Flying, David Masters (
Eyre and Spottiswoode, London,
Middle East1940–1942, A Study in Air Power, Philip Guedalla (
and Stoughton, London, 1944).
African Trilogy, Alan Moorehead (
Hamish Hamilton, London, 1944).
‘Parachute Engineers in the Battle of Crete’, an article in Wie Wir
Kämpfen, the German Air Force Handbook, 1944.
Climax in Crete, Theodore Stephanides (
Faber and Faber, London, 1946).
The German Attack on Greece, General Alexander Papagos (
of Information, London, 1946).
Operation Victory, Major-General Sir Francis de Guingand (
Stoughton, London, 1947).
Lord Wavell, Major-General R. J. Collins (
Hodder and Stoughton, London,
Winged Dagger, Roy Farran (
Collins, London, 1948).
Infantry Brigadier, Major-General Sir Howard Kippenberger (
University Press, London, 1949).
The Second World War, Vol. III, Winston Churchill (
New Zealand Chaplains in the Second World War (
War History Branch,
A Sailor's Odyssey, Admiral of the Fleet Viscount Cunningham (
Dare to be Free, W. B. Thomas (
Wingate, London, 1951).
Documents, Vols. I and II, (
War History Branch, Wellington, 1949 and