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Classic Military Vehicle is the best-selling publication in the UK dedicated to the coverage of all historic military vehicles. From the turn of the 20th century, when warfare started to become increasingly mechanised, right up to the Gulf War of the 1990s.

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Classic Military Vehicle June 2021

The full issue in page-turning PDF format

2021 War and Peace show called off

Organisers of The War and Peace Revival announced earlier in...

Back up and running?

words and pictures Nigel Hay

Military Vehicle MarketNigel Hay’s round up of the military...

words and pictures Nigel Hay

Normandy Reprise

words and pictures Craig Allen

Normandy DestinationWith travel to Europe looking increasingly...

words and pictures Craig Allen

No Home for Heroes

words and pictures Richard Pullen

‘The lorry is a vital, but usually unappreciated part of history...

words and pictures Richard Pullen

Losing Your Spark

A Hotchkiss Jeep ROBERT U’REN

Jeep WorkshopRobert U’Ren from Willys Jeep UK shares some of...

A Hotchkiss Jeep ROBERT U’REN

David Fletcher’s rare tank books to be republished

Following a successful crowdfunding campaign, David Fletcher’s...

New tank simulation game in development

WO RLD OF TANKSA new tank simulation game will allow players...

Panzer Gunner

Author Bruno FriesenPublisher Helion and Company Year 2019 ISBN...

A Clash of Armour

words Dr Dewald Venter pictures as credited

The largest clash of armour on the African continent since World...

words Dr Dewald Venter pictures as credited