Remembering an Indian Soldier’s Death in WWI Remembering an Indian Soldier’s Death in WWI
Philharmonic Orchestra Returns Stolen Paintings Philharmonic Orchestra Returns Stolen Paintings
HMS Alliance Reopens After £7 Million Restoration HMS Alliance Then and Now: In its heydays and after its restoration
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WORLDWIDE THE GREAT WAR: WHY WE SHOULD REMEMBER – By Mark Barnes

THE GREAT WAR: WHY WE SHOULD REMEMBER – By Mark Barnes

  An evening of commemoration at the Palace of Westminster I own one dark grey suit. My low fashion Swiss army knife, it does weddings, funerals, court appearances and invitations to the seat of national government. On Wednesday night my suit and I were ushered past airport style security into […]

MEDIA War History Online, at the Houses of Parliament

War History Online, at the Houses of Parliament

Winston Churchill said “To jaw-jaw is always better than to war-war.”  We wonder what the great man would make of War History Online showing up at the Houses of Parliament for an evening commemorating the Great War hosted by Dan Jarvis MP with Pen & Sword. Don’t worry, we were […]

REVIEWS NAVAL ANTI-AIRCRAFT GUNS & GUNNERY – Review by Mark Barnes

NAVAL ANTI-AIRCRAFT GUNS & GUNNERY – Review by Mark Barnes

After a bit of a gap I am happy to have one of these impressive naval history books from Seaforth in front of me. As with the previous examples we’ve seen this one does not disappoint right from the beautiful cover showing Swordfish going to Valhalla during the Channel Dash. […]

WHO-TUBE WHO-Tube: 2012 16 x M3A1 Stuart Light Tanks Discovered in Brazil

WHO-Tube: 2012 16 x M3A1 Stuart Light Tanks Discovered in Brazil

In 2012 Mike Stallwood of Kent based MV specialists, RR Services Ltd, recently brought 16 WW2 M3A1 Stuart tanks into the UK.

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HMS Alliance Then and Now: In its heydays and after its restoration
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WHO-Tube: 2012 16 x M3A1 Stuart Light Tanks Discovered in Brazil
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