Author: Chris Buckham

Articles by Chris Buckham:

As part of their Wolverhampton Military Studies program, Helion has published this interesting study of the experiences and undertakings of the British Army deployed to…

Much has been written about Operation Barbarossa such that it is hard to see where new or unique information may be presented. Robert Kershaw has…

The relationship between the British and Indians underwent fundamental changes commencing at the turn of the 20th Century. This was especially the case with the…

The invasion of Normandy has been written about and analyzed in a plethora of books and articles and, at first blush, Kortenhaus’s book would appear…

Much of history is based upon perception and not necessarily upon reality; such is the case with the military forces of the Ottoman Empire. Viewed…

Altruism is not a principle of war nor is it a principle of international relations and it is with this pretext that one must approach…

This book is a reproduction of the author’s diary running for the first few weeks of World War 1    (25 August – 4 October, 1914).…

LEAPING HORSEMEN

The surrender of the German 6th Army following the battle of Stalingrad marked not only the end of the myth of German invincibility but also…

The surrender of the German 6th Army following the battle of Stalingrad marked not only the end of the myth of German invincibility but also…

CAEN CONTROVERSY

What is the Caen Controversy? In a nutshell, this centre’s upon a school of thought that suggests that the 3rd Br InfDiv, tasked with the…

EMPIRES OF THE DEAD

When one travels the battlefields of WW1 and 2 throughout the world, it is very likely that you will come across one of the hundreds…