Category: FEATURED

1950s Pinnacle of Nuclear Testing – Atomic Annie the Nuclear Artillery Cannon

Nuclear Testing

In the early 1950s, nuclear weapons development and nuclear testing was a key priority for the US and the Soviet Union. It was a race…

New Search for Missing RAF Air Crew

Missing RAF Air Crew

A new search has been instigated by the families of missing RAF air crew members whose plane crashed in northern Germany during World War Two…

Napoleon’s Fate Could Have Been in America

Napoleon

After Napoleon was defeated by the British and Allied troops at the Battle of Waterloo in the early 1800s, he was forced to abdicate his…

The Kamikazi V1 Meant to Destroy London

Kamikazi V1

There is much to be said about the mind of Hitler. He was certainly a madman with insanely ingenious ideas that shored up his short-lived…

Fake Trees of WWI that Spied on and Killed Enemy Troops

Man’s ingenuity would reach new heights when it started to successfully deploy killer camouflage In 1916, a soldier in WWI could expect to wake up…

Exhibition to Showcase 500 Years of English War History

War History

Military artefacts and regalia from more than 500 years of English war history will be on display at a new exhibition at Smithills Hall in…

Mass Japanese War Grave Uncovered on a Pacific island

War Grave

Japanese soldiers from World War Two were buried in a mass war grave on the small Pacific Island of Peleliu at the end of the fighting. The…

Greek Demands for WWII Reparations Rejected by Germany

Few nations have been more picked on in modern history than Germany. After it’s defeat in WWII, it was divided up by victorious Allied nations…

THE HORNS OF THE BEAST – Review by Wayne Osborne

THE HORNS OF THE BEAST

What an interesting and fascinating book.  If the Great War reader wants a change from the Western Front, then this is a book to read.…

Missing German soldiers to be given proper burials

German soldiers

German soldiers who were missing and buried in the devastation of one of the last battles of World War Two are being recovered and given…

Poppy-shaped maze commemorates World War troops

maze

In commemoration of the centenary of World War One and the 70th anniversary of World War Two an Australian farming couple have created a maze…

A mother’s hope ‘Russellville soldier missing in action since World War II’

Russellville soldier

By Jeremy P. Amick As a boy growing up in rural Mid-Missouri in late 1920s, one might imagine the thoughts of a young Walter Lehman…