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In-depth coverage of military history from the turn of the 20th century through to the present day.

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The Many: RAF Ground Crew in the Battle of Britain

Chris Goss

Leading Luftwaffe and Battle of Britain historian Chris Goss pays tribute to the ‘forgotten’ casualties of the Battle of Britain – the RAF ground crew personnel who paid the ultimate price or else were wounded during the summer and autumn of 1940.

Chris Goss

Obliterated – The Blitz On Plymouth

The Blitz on cities such as London and Coventry was directed at the destruction of civilian and industrial centres, but the Germans also sought to neutralise the Royal Navy by attacking its home bases.

Wg Cdr. Tom Neil 1920-2018

Neil with fellow pilots from 249 Squadron in the summer of 1940....

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’Disappeared’ British Soldier Recovered and Reburied

ON 11 June 1921, Private George Chalmers, of the Royal Scots...


Contributors for the forthcoming issue include: Air Commodore...

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Tanks in the trenches

The large double-page spread image at the start of ’Tanks In...


The US Dodge WC55 Truck, 3/4 ton, 4x4 Gun Motor Carriage Dodge...

Fighting Fit

Tony Ashford’s

From his first sighting of this now splendid Austin Champ in...

Tony Ashford’s

A Brother in Arms

words and pictures Chris Cookson

Veteran dispatch rider Lewis Banham sits astride a BSA M20 motorcycle...

words and pictures Chris Cookson

Women at work

During World War Two the Black Country threw its full weight...

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