Press Releases

Press Releases

War history related press releases can always find their place on our pages. If your company wants to submit one, feel free to contact us at contactus@warhistoryonline.com.

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  Band of Brothers Actors to Hold  Reunion in Normandy at Utah Beach Museum Marking 70th ! Anniversary of D-Day. Fundraiser to Benefit the 501c3 …

My name is Dan Gryder. Yes, I want you to fly my DC-3, left seat! The DC-3 used to be an airliner, then they became…

Broken Wings looks to an exciting future Broken Wings documentary film makers James Carter and Karl von Moller are remaining upbeat despite not hitting their…

The web-based project, WWII US Army Enlistment Records, originally started out as a personal experiment and means by which I was able to document the…

The publishers of After the Battle should need no introduction to military history enthusiasts as producers of some of the very finest books and magazines.…

Broken Wings appoints War History Online as Official Media Partners Melbourne, Australia – October 9, 2013 – Broken Wings, the documentary film currently in production…

Research request for Chiswick resident who died at Arnhem in 1944. A request for information about a Chiswick soldier killed in the battle of Arnhem…

Dear all, With regret, and after much soul-searching, /Living-History Museum at the former RAF Bicester Aerodrome following the sale of the site by the MoD…

The Military Market Place www.milmarket.org, the online auction for (ex-)military equipment, has seen thousands  of visitors on its website in the first weeks of operating…

The unveiling ceremony of the D-Day Piper, Bill Millin Statue is scheduled to take place on Saturday 8th June 2013 and will be organised by…

War History Online passes 10,000 followers on its Face Book page. A milestone has just been passed by War History Online. The site went live…

Date of Event: 17th November 2012 Time of Event: 19:30pm Venue: The Tank Museum Entry Fee: £10 Peter Caddick-Adams new book Monte Cassino: Ten Armies…