When the British Army deployed tanks to change the pace of the First World War, it changed the face of it instead
World War 2 veteran Garth Wright tells his dramatic story of escape during the Dunkirk ‘miracle’ in 1940
How Richard Wagner’s romantic visions and Trevor Ravenscroft dubious research linked Hitler to the Hofburg Spear
To mark the centenary of its foundation IWM London explores and explains the tragedy of the Syrian Civil War
The Tank Museum and World of Tanks present a new exhibition that unifies every Tank of the Tiger family
Liberal Democrat peer Paddy Ashdown discusses his military service and the importance of history in uncertain times
From Zenobia to Boudicca, discover 10 Warrior Queens who led their armies from the frontline
Word War II veteran Bob Hucklesby, Royal Engineers, describes his harrowing experiences as a POW in the Far East
Ed Mosberg, who appears in the documentary Destination Unknown, shares his experience the Krakow ghetto, Płaszów and Mauthausen
Rebel Cities author Mike Rapport on what Britain’s 18th century adventures tell us about the role of Europe and America
Simon Weston discusses the Falklands War 35 years on, befriending his enemy and how care for ex-servicemen has developed
Composer and conductor Dr Nick Strimple on Singing in the Lion’s Mouth: Music and the Holocaust, 1933-2016
Nick Garton, author of The Royal Aircraft Factory SE5 Owners’ Workshop Manual, explains why this beautiful biplane ruled the skies above World War I
We’ve seen the consequences of ‘alternative facts’ before, argues Jürgen Tampke, author of A Perfidious Distortion of History: The Versailles Peace Treaty and the Success of the Nazis
One of only two surviving Battle of Britain aces, Wing Commander Paul Farnes DFM remembers his Hurricane summer of 1940
Professor Mark Connelly of the University of Kent on how mines changed Britain’s fortunes on the Western Front
Could – and should – HMS Exeter, HMS Encounter, HMS Electra, USS Perch, HNLMS De Ruyter, HNLMS Java and HNLMS Kortenaer have been saved from looters?
89,000 Muslims died fighting for Britain in the Great War, now some of their stories are being told for the first time
Theo Davies of the Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment recalls the bitter fighting in the winter of 1943
The Sir Michael Howard Centre of the History of War is delighted to host Prof John Horne on 1 November 2016
Peer behind the portholes of the iconic World War II survivor with World of Warships’ HMS Belfast VR Experience.
A selection of artist-drawn comic postcards picked by James Taylor author of Pack Up Your Troubles – How Humorous Postcards Helped to Win World War I
Meet two extraordinary veterans from Arnhem, fly in a WWII fighter jet, discover the truth about Edward I and witness the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich.