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THE GREAT ENDEAVOUR

Whether a gunner on Gold Beach, a commando on Sword Beach or...

HERO of the MONTHHERO of the MONTH

Corporal George Cameron Wyllie GC AP/ALAMY Corporal...

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Cologne UXO closes Rhine

The unearthing of a World War Two bomb in Cologne forced the...

MONTY BERET CAPS OFF AUCTION

An item of headdress presented by the famous field marshal has...

GENER AL BOTHA’S TOP COVER

SAAF ORIGINS A series of operations in German South West Africa...

DELIVERING THE PATHFINDERS

Albemarles drop some of the first troops in Normandy ...

EYES IN THE SKY

Fleet Air Arm pilots direct the fleet’s largest guns ...

IMAGE of WAR

Hero heli JEFF MITCHELL/GETTY Coire Gabhail, Glen Coe,...

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Royal Navy ‘Konfrontasi’ officer dies

The last Royal Navy officer to order his ship to ram another...

Sunderland slip-up

I so enjoyed reading the April issue; it was really good company...

GUNNING FOR GOLD

D-DAY: 80 YEARS ON D-Day thrust units that would normally expect...

INTRUDERS IN THE NIGHT

The Wooden Wonder ranges far and wide to secure a historic first...

FLYING RESCUERS

A motley combination of aircraft and flying boats scour the sea...

D-DAY’S BUNKER BUSTER

A mighty monster reared from failure was essential in supporting...

Aircrew identified from B eaufort wreck

The names of two wartime Royal Australian Air Force officers...

Restoring a British giant

Although long left to the elements, the Tank Museum’s FV4005...

WPC 128-423

THE DEATH OF BERTHA GLEGHORN Days after D-Day, Bertha Gleghorn...

BLASTING THE BIG GUNS

Bomber Command (reluctantly) commits to invasion preparations...

AEROMEDICAL ASSISTANCE

Dakotas and converted bombers rush the wounded to urgent care...

Asurprise return?

HMS AMBUSCADE A Type 21 frigate could become the star attraction...

Military History with Pere and Gary

No.27 Colonel Fred Burnaby was a Household Cavalry officer and...

Britain at War June 2024

June 2024 issue of Britain at War in page-turning format is a 132-page special issue to commemorate the 80th anniversary of D-Day

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Two Victoria Crosses ‘vanish’ from museum

Two Victoria Crosses awarded to British soldiers of the former...

PALLADIUM PANDEMONIUMM

A rare George Medal group linked to one of London’s most famous...

DEVISING D-DAY

D-DAY: THE BUILD UP The invasion that started the liberation...

THE MAKING OF MULBERRIES

They may be unglamorous, but the value of the artificial Mulberry...

Military History with pete and Gary

No.26 Sometimes the dullest looking book can be a real...

Menin Gate roof refurbished

Work to restore the Menin Gate is underwayBRESSERS ARCHITECTEN...

Field Post

BAW goes viral! 'Britain at War' Magazine, PO Box 100, Stamford,...