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Just about anyone with an interest in military history will have seen some imagery from Finland’s Winter War with the Soviet Union of 1939-40. It…

25 November 2020: Today marks 80 years to the day since the de Havilland Mosquito, one the most influential aircraft to have ever flown, first took…

Biographies of well-known fighter aces often take on a standard formula whereby the spine of the story is filled with tails of mortal combat, the…

Brigadier General William D. Dunham was a highly decorated US Air Force hero. His achievements during World War II and beyond are well-documented. However his…

Spy gadgets disguised as everyday items aren’t just a work of fiction for 007 in James Bond films, they exist for real and come into…

Barely 30 years of age, Missouri native Elliott Woodrow Amick had already endured a lifetime of harrowing experiences and amassed an impressive list of accomplishments…

Growing up the daughter of a rural preacher and an electric lineman, and in a combined family of seven children, Carol Jean Dameron Bailey realized…

New weapons are being developed all the time. Humans have come up with plenty of ways to kill each other but some never made it…

US Navy veteran Bill Day thought home ownership was a far off dream… till he got a special video call from actor Gary Sinise. Sinise,…

Commanders! The ninth episode of our WW2 podcast series – “The Finest Half Hour” – is out now! The war in the desert begins! Mussolini…

This M4A1 Grizzly is an adaptation of the Sherman medium tank that was built in Canada in late 1943. It is a cast-hull variant of…

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On May 25, 1775 – as gulls squawked, circling overhead – the British frigate HMS Cerberas dropped anchor in Boston harbor. Onboard, generals William Howe,…