I wanted to enquire whether there are some suggestions among forum members as to this topic. At present in the UK there is a growing tendency to highlight the contribution of all parts of the British Empire to the war, rather than Britain alone. This is in part due to the historical neglect of these contributions and also in part due to a political attempt to redraw our history to be more inclusive. This latter tendency does have a potential downside in that it can slide into being a re-politicization of the participants of the war for contemporary domestic purposes, principally to teach schoolchildren. To get a true understanding of the wide ranging contributions of different groups - both battles and the type of contribution made (i.e. the military/fighting versus supply chain) are there any good books, articles or academic papers you'd recommend? Many thanks.