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The Million Pound Giveaway!

Key Publishing Ltd. has teamed up with our friends at Wargaming for our biggest giveaway ever! We have 100,000 bonus codes for the … Read More

Flowerdew’s Charge

It was hailed as the cavalry charge that turned defeat into decisive victory in the spring of 1918. But the truth about Gordon Flowerdew’s … Read More

The Imperial War Museum Short Film Festival 2017

This month the IWM Short Film Festival returns to IWM London from 17-26 November, following a record year of entries. A new format … Read More

Honoured Villains?

Andy Brockman reveals for Britain at War Magazine the surprising story of murderers and spies commemorated by the CWGC. As the first … Read More

Tiger 131: History Reassessed

The latest research has begun a new chapter in the story of the last working example of history’s most famous tank New information, … Read More

Short Sunderland at 80

80 years ago today, as the prototype Short Sunderland Mk.I flying boat (K4774) left the waters of the River Medway in the hands of … Read More

The Hohenzollern Redoubt

The German defensive work known as the Hohenzollern Redoubt was considered by the British to be the strongest such feature on the whole … Read More

Arnhem: The Surprise Survivor

When the RAF tried to resupply the beleaguered troops of Operation Market Garden, many aircraft, all too predictably, came to grief. … Read More

Visit Kensington Gardens’ Great War Trench

Visitors are invited to go on an immersive tour of Kensington Gardens’ very own First World War trench – a reconstruction of the … Read More

Sole Surviving D-Day Landing Craft to be Restored

LCT 7074 to be focal point of The National Museum of the Royal Navy’s affiliate, Portsmouth’s D-Day Museum, thanks to £4.7m from … Read More

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