Category: ARTICLES

In 1939 a tiny remote Cornish seaside village was the centre of Britain’s vital wartime communication network and its role is now part of a…

Aviation heritage in the UK received a welcome boost in March 2020 with news that Airbus has announced its support for The People’s Mosquito. Financial…

During her formative years in Centralia, Missouri, Marcella “Marcy” Ng humorously explained that she was raised as a “drag baby”—she was dragged into church on…

Stug III: Author Mark Healy produced one of the finest books in the Haynes catalogue with his T-34 manual which appeared a few years back.…

This is the only event of its kind where you can get the chance to get up close and person with big German WW2 vehicles…

A good mate of mine loves the classic post war era of magazine advertisements for American cars. He handed over a few copies of Fortune…

A WW2 Achilles Tank Destroyer, which appeared in war epic ‘A Bridge too Far’, is to make its first TANKFEST appearance.  The Achilles is being…

Today librarians are expected to be the masters of database referencing technology. In 1942 the baseline was microfilm and specialists in the format suddenly found…

Jeremy Amick

During World War II, the military draft became the great equalizer—virtually all young men from various cross-sections of society had the potential to serve. Yet…

Jeremy Amick

Editor’s note: This article is the final in a two-part series regarding the military experiences of U.S. Army Veteran Sergeant Leonard P. Sergeant Leonard P.…

Jeremy Amick

Editor’s note: This article is the first in a two-part series regarding the WWII  experiences of the late Leonard P. Jaegers. The mission of the…

Guest Blogger

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,…