How the cricketing legend of the 15th West Yorkshire Regiment (Leeds Pals) lost his life in World War 1
Inside the Folio Society’s gorgeous new edition of Tommy: The British Soldier on the Western Front 1914-1918
History of War Book of the American Civil War First Edition. More than 150 years after the end of the American Civil War, the story of America’s bloodiest conflict remains a potent one – a defining period in the formation … Continued
See the Tiger 131, Panzer III and others in action at Tankfest 2016, proudly sponsored by Wargaming
War Thunder producer Viacheslav Bulannikov on the benefits of historical accuracy in the World War 2 MMO
Facing overwhelming odds in outdated planes, the women of the 588th Night Bomber Regiment defended the USSR from Operation Barbarossa
British, US and Soviet tankers see their WWII experience brought to life in Wargaming’s War Knows No Nation
Queens University Belfast’s Dr Fearghal McGarry discusses Ireland’srising of 1916, its impact on Irish identity and why it was forgotten by Great Britain
Kevin McCann, director of The Rising, revises the events of the Easter Rising 100 years on
Issue 28 explores the Charge of the Light Brigade and the Easter Rising, concludes a two part feature on the Battle of Verdun… and meets the Black Prince
Albert Goering used his power and influence to shield Jews from the Holocaust… with Hermann Goering’s help
Meet 3 dogs that won the Dickin Medal, the Victoria Cross of the animal world, during World War II
155 years since the American Civil War began, could the Confederate States really have won?
In the aftermath of World War I, the Arditi found themselves in the battleground of fascism vs socialism
Discover how future British Prime Minister Winston Churchill once escaped from a Boer prisoner-of-war camp
Issue 27 contains an anniversary feature about the Battle of Verdun, two interviews with veterans from World War Two and the Falklands conflict, Native Americans who fought for the British in 1812… and Attila the Hun.
King Frederick William I of Prussia dabbled with eugenics to create a regiment of very tall men
The overlooked story of one of the First World Wars’ most important female voices: May Wedderburn Cannan
Military historian Roger Day on how Britain’s defences might have coped in the face of Operation Sea Lion
In February 1945 Violette Szabo was executed by the Nazis with a single shot to the back of the head. She was aged just 23.