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It has become an accepted historical fact that the South could not have won the American Civil War. The North’s advantages in finance, population, railroads,…

September 2019, people all over Belgium are celebrating the 75th anniversary of its liberation from Nazi Germany during the Second World War. 75 years ago,…

2019 is the 80th anniversary of the Winter War (1939–1940) between the Soviet Union and Finland. The small nation of Finland succeeded in defending its…

September 2019, people all over Belgium are celebrating the 75th anniversary of its liberation from Nazi Germany during the Second World War. 75 years ago,…

I recently stumbled across an article discussing the 1914 Tour de France. Intrigued by the prospect of a wartime Tour de France, I started to…

Szubin, Poland. September 24, 2019. The Polish-American Foundation for the Commemoration of POW Camps in Szubin will illuminate the experiences of the thousands of Allied prisoners-of-war who…

Charlie Chaplin was ridiculed and denigrated when he didn’t volunteer to fight in the First World War. It was only after his death that the…

First of all, Nomans Land should not be confused with No Man’s Land which describes the land that separates two occupied areas which neither side…

In September 2018, the world marked 79 years since the beginning of the Second World War — a conflict that lasted six years, divided the…

The mornings were cold in November 1917, so it’s easy to imagine the scene: His Majesty’s Troopship Canada arrives at the Liverpool docks, England. Soon…

I began colourising black and white photos professionally in 2014, coinciding with the centenary of the outbreak of WW1 in 1914. Around the world there…

War History Online proudly presents this Guest Piece from Damien Lewis The role played by Special Forces in any army is to hit fast and…