Category: ARTICLES

Jack Beckett

The Type IX C40 U-534 was a long-range submarine used by the German Navy from 1942 – 1945. Commissioned in Hamburg, it was used chiefly…

During World War II when Bulgaria joined the Axis powers in fighting the Soviet Union, they were given some 97 German Panzer IV tanks, about…

Today is Volkstrauertag on which germany remembers those who were killed in war.  Ich hatt’ einen Kameraden, Einen bessern findst du nit. Die Trommel schlug zum…

The Wheatcroft Collection feels compelled to make the following statement following our reading of comments on certain forums/blogs. It is clear many of them are…

Phil Hodges

L. Langford Hodges captures the imagination of World War II history buffs, military strategists, and patriotic citizens as he relates the realities of war, the…

Military bases and installations, built to last only a few years or to support a 1000-year Reich have been left abandoned across the globe. Some…

This private tactical event was organised by Pete Skillman with help from Manny Trainor and Marc Almond and was set in the wonderful East sussex…

Two veterans, who survived in one of the deadliest commando units of World War Two, have died in their nineties with hours of each other.…

Captain Bobby Fachiri, who has died aged 92, won an MC serving with T-Force, an elite Army formation, in the final weeks of the Second…

Today marks the 30th anniversary since the start of the Falklands War. Services to remember those who died will be held in the UK and…

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…

Keith

As we are always adding and refining details within our dioramas – Dale Davidson guides us through a ‘how to’ on camera boxes.