War History Online was recently given access to Kevin Wheatcroft’s Schnellboot S130 restoration. The complete article can be accessed below by everybody and is a…
As we are always adding and refining details within our dioramas – Dale Davidson guides us through a ‘how to’ on camera boxes.
On February 6th 1945, CT16 relieved CT13 of the 8th division near the towns of Winden and Kleinhau on the banks of the Roer River
Denmark is affected by antipersonnel mines left from World War II. In 1944, the entire Skallingen Peninsula in Jutland on the Danish west coast was…
I followed down the hill across a stream and onto a steep hill. We came under heavy sniper fire.
Well it was the first show of the season and we were lucky that it was just a cold day and that the bad weather held off.
Flanders fields today bears little sign of the four years of war that claimed so many thousands of lives and ravaged this small corner of the Western Front.
It was 1915 when the World War I vessel HMS Hythe sank in Turkey while on operations.
And a letter recently uncovered by a historian, who stumbled across it in a militaria shop in Hastings, Sussex, details the bravery of the ship’s captain. The document describes how Capt Reggie Salomons, from Kent, died while trying to save his men.
Up to 1,000 people have been evacuated from the city of Marseille in France after a one-ton World War II German bomb was found buried nearby.
George Kerchner, a junior officer who led his Army Ranger company up the Pointe du Hoc cliffs during the Normandy invasion and who managed to silence German big guns that threatened the success of the D-Day landings, died Feb. 17 at his home in Midlothian, Va. He was 93.
A tank which fought in one of the biggest battles of the Second World War has been restored in Wakefield. City engineering firm TEi…