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A quantitive analysis of Britain's Enemies and Allies in Invasion Literature 1871-1914
Anna Vaninskaya, “Russian Nihilists and the Prehistory of Spy Fiction”
Mitchell, C.H. (1911) Aerial navigation in warfare
Submarine launched Torpedo - 1888
"By Jingo"-Macdermott's War Song (1878) - G.W. Hunt
Useful Websites
Audio Podcasts on William Le Queux
The Airship Scare of 1909
Invasion Literature - An Introductory Lecture
French Invasion or Buonaparte Landing in Great Britain (1803) - James Gillray
Russia in Invasion Literature - Essay
Russia and Invasion Literature
Townroe, B.S. (1909) A Nation in Arms
Anonymous (1886) Coming Wars - Great Events
Anonymous (1871) What happened after the battle of Dorking: reminiscences of a volunteer.
Anonymous (1871) After the Battle of Dorking
Anonymous (1876) The Invasion of 1883
Cassandra (1876) The Channel Tunnel; or, England's ruin
Hall, G.R. (1904) The Black Fortnight, Or, The Invasion of 1915
Scott, H. (1907) The Way of War
Vindex (1882) England Crushed
Edwards, H. (1895) Britain in Arms
Riddle of the Sands Adventure Club
Griffith, G. (1904) The Stolen Submarine
Hawke, N. (1909) The Invasion That Did Not Come Off
Burnaby, F. (1877) On Horseback through Asia Minor
Buchan, J. (1900) The Half-Hearted
Williams, L. (1909) The Great Raid
Marvin, C. (1886) Russia's Power of Attacking India
201 (1908) The Sub-Lieutenant
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