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Berlin’s Historical Museum got the shockingly small collection of the World War I exhibits. After going through a lot of displays on the grand progress…

Damian Lucjan

Inmate 4859. The Death Camp Volunteer – Beyond Bravery  Thus, I am expected to describe bare facts only, as my colleagues want it. It was…

Mark Barnes

Pen & Sword were quite keen for me to review this book, well at least that is the impression they gave me because I received…

Mark Barnes

D-Day has been done to death and the continuous re-interpretation of countless other events DUNKIRK – The Men They Left Behind By Sean Longden D-Day has…

Mark Barnes

If ever a book could be described as ‘groundbreaking’ it is After The Battle’s Battle of Britain – Then And Now’ THE BATTLE OF FRANCE – THEN…

Mark Barnes

In a previous life I used to work for a music paper which was owned by IPC, the large publishing empire which was then based…

Mark Barnes

A story of American heroism and sacrifice in Southern France… THE DAY OF THE PANZER A story of American heroism and sacrifice in Southern France…

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…

Mark Barnes

A career soldier, Nap Murray spent his working life with the Colours and eventually reached the rank of full general during his service with NATO.…

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…

Joris Nieuwint

Bazooka is the common name for a man-portable recoilless rocket antitank weapon, widely fielded by the U.S. Army. Also referred to as the “Stovepipe”, the innovative…

Joris Nieuwint

The 1st Armoured Division is an armoured division of the British Army, originally formed in November 1937 as the Mobile Division, it saw extensive service during the Second World War, was disbanded…