Director David Blair discusses how his new film Hurricane tells the less familiar story of the Battle of Britain’s Polish fighter aces
Win tickets to a real-life Tiger Tank experience day and a three-in-one Airfix model kit
Pádraic Delaney, Tom Cullen and Simon Merrells reveal what to expect from HISTORY’s new Crusades period drama
The ‘Scourge of Allah’ wrought death and destruction across the Islamic world, but did he totally deserve his bloodthirsty reputation?
Artist Marina Amaral brings Napoleon unstoppable army back to life and discusses their stories.
Brigadier Brian Parritt CBE reflects on his experiences fighting during the Korean War as an artillery officer
Jews in Uniform author Michael Greisman reveals 10 of his favourite images of Jewish service in World War 2
Historian Dan Snow reveals the innovations and catastrophes behind Britain’s first tanks, and conditions endured by the crew of the Mark I
Sally White, author of Ordinary Heroes: The Story of Civilian Volunteers in the First World War, on the hardships faced by British volunteer nurses in Serbia
Discover the role of the USSR and French colonial rule in sowing the seeds for war in Syria
By 867, Wessex was the only kingdom left standing against the Vikings… how did Alfred the Great turn the tide to build a single England?
Historian and broadcaster Michael Wood reveals how Alfred the Great’s grandson won a huge war to unify England
Historian Charles Spencer reveals Oliver Cromwell’s final military triumph that later inspired future American presidents
The bravery of Irish UN peacekeepers during the 1961 siege has finally been commemorated with an official decoration
From St Nazaire to Colossus, discover 8 of the most daring British Commando operations of World War II
Tony Dykes remembers surviving not just the heroic siege but also an intense battle in the capital of Katanga
Gavin Mortimer on the untold story of the Long Range Desert Group and the role they played in success of the SAS
Professor David Lambert talks about Fighting for Empire: From Slavery to Military Service in the West India Regiments at the Museum of London Docklands
Noel Carey remembers his experiences as the youngest Irish UN officer during the intense Cold War siege
John Gorman remembers a remarkable Cold War defence where Irish UN soldiers fought against the odds in the Congo
From the Volkswagon Beetle to the Panzerjäger Tiger (P), Ferdinand Porsche built in the name of National Socialism
Jay Singh-Sohal discusses identity, memory and empire on the 120th anniversary of the heroic Sikh defence of Saraghari
When the Future Comes Too Soon author Selina Siak Chin Yok on her research into the Japanese occupation of Malaya