This unique enamel badge has been designed exclusively by CART as a tribute to all the men & women who served in the British Resistance movement during WW2.
All five main replica training booklets issued to Auxiliers around the UK.
This unique DVD provides a detailed insight into the weapons and explosives used by Winston Churchill’s Auxiliary Unit's as well as SOE and other units.
The three main replica training booklets issued to Auxiliers around the UK.
This fascinating training booklet was a direct development of the Calendar 1937 and Calendar 1938 – as a brief comparison of the respective contents will confirm.
Our embroidered Auxiliary Unit sew on patch.
Colin Gubbins' 23 page guide on the art of guerrilla warfare.
Gubbins' 29 page guide on the principles of guerrilla warfare and sabotage.
Abergavenny Museum have produced a 16 page booklet to accompany their exhibition on 'The British Resistance In Wales'.
A semi autobiographical novel set in Duns, Scotland. The Nazis have invaded Britain. Order on Amazon Kindle
Our British Resistance Archive Silicone Wristbands provide a great way for you to inform people about the British Resistance and show your support of our research work.
This book looks at the British Resistance in Norfolk & Suffolk as well as the Special Duties Branch.
A new book by Malcolm Atkin that the publisher claims will change our understanding of the preparations made in Britain to resist Nazi occupation in the Second World War.
Here is the untold story of the secret Auxiliary Unit patrols in Sussex that used the status of the Home Guard as a cover for their real activities.
This book looks at the Special Duties Branch.
Here is the untold story of the secret Auxiliary Unit patrols in East Ridings that used the status of the Home Guard as a cover for their real activities.
John Warwicker's excellent book about the Auxiliary Units. This is the paperback edition of the very popular book.
This book deals with the shadowy Auxiliary Units, formed in Herefordshire and Worcestershire in 1940.
This compelling study reveals the intentions of both side, from Hitler’s strategies for Operation Sea Lion and subsequent occupation, to Britain’s secret plans for resistance. The first book to be written about the British Resistance.
M. H. Lowe's In Grievous Times takes the reader to the heart of English country village life at a turning point in Britain's history: the era of evacuees and air raids, sudden death from the skies and the expectation for every man and woman to do their patriotic duty.
In 1940 a British resistance force was required. The intentionally blandly named 'Auxiliary Units' might have been the answer. Formed in the Summer of 1940, in great secrecy, this force of 'stay behind' saboteurs and assassins was intended to cause havoc behind the German front line should the Wehrmacht gain a foothold in Britain.
The first training manual created in 1940 for Auxiliers and so is the most basic.
This book is an account of the restoration of a Special Duties Branch wireless station called Chirnside 1.
This is a very readable and popular account of Somerset's contribution to the general war effort, including memories from members of the local Home Guard and Auxiliary Units trained to counter a possible Nazi invasion.