This issue, History of War readers have the chance to win a copy of Victory to Defeat
This 1977 classic has now been restored to brilliant 4K resolution, and History of War readers have the chance to win a copy on Blu-ray
A new book by Dr Ben Wheatley uses previously unpublished photography and research to recount the real events on 12 July, at the peak of the Battle of Kursk, 1943
This month History of War readers have the chance to win a special 80th anniversary edition Airfix model kit, dedicated to 617 Squadron. Inside you’ll find an Avro Lancaster B.III (Special) and F-35B model kits, instruction sheets, paint layout, decals, … Continued
History of War has two limited-edition copies of the Oscar-winning war epic to be won
In his new book Sign Here for Sacrifice, author and historian Ian Gardner focuses on the story of one battalion, an outfit with the prestigious legacy of the 101st Airborne to live up to.
With the war in Ukraine continuing, Dr Mark Galeotti reflects on how the Kremlin should have applied the lessons from its own bloody history
The campaigns for civil rights that began in 1954 and led to the legislative victories of the 1960s produced two images of leadership. Martin Luther King Jr advocated the assertion of equal rights in law, voting and education for black … Continued
A decade-long investigation into the 1953 coup in Iran unearths Britain’s secret involvement, with groundbreaking implications that are still felt over 60 years later
At 10.20am on the morning of 4 June 1942, the United States was losing the war in the Pacific. At 10.27am, it was winning.
A true story of survival in Occupied Norway – August Diehl stars in this WWII drama, released in the UK in cinemas and digital on 4th October
This new title explores the Second World War in a series of engaging and cutting-edge graphics. 5 lucky History of War readers will win a copy!
Swedish band Sabaton discuss the extensive historical research that went into their new single ‘Fields of Verdun’
Trip Historic’s annual photography competition is now open, looking for incredible shots of the world’s greatest historic sites
The Royal Navy’s distinctive twin-boom jet fighter saw operations in several ‘brush fire wars’ of the 1950s and 1960s
In October 1941, four months after the Wehrmacht invaded the Soviet Union, Adolf Hitler stood before a packed auditorium at the Sportpalast, Berlin. The largest meeting hall in the city, with some 14,000 spectators, was festooned with swastika banners and … Continued
In this issue, History of War readers have the chance to win a brilliant bundle of classic movies, brought into crisp 1080p quality on Blu-ray
The Cold Blue takes viewers into the deadly Flying Fortress bomber missions over Occupied Europe
Mexico’s annual celebration has unusual origins in a 19th-century battle against French invaders
A new documentary follows the gripping hunt for Oskar Gröning, who was complicit in the murder of 300,000 Jews
History of War subscribers have the exclusive chance to win this fantastic bundle of manuals from renowned publisher Haynes
Your chance to win a quality die-cast model, complete with markings of the RAF’s iconic No.74 ‘Tiger’ Squadron