The actions of Rear Admiral John Bythesea VC, CB, CIE, for which he was awarded the second-ever Victoria Cross in chronological terms, are examined by Lord Ashcroft in the second feature in his new series...
To mark the 70th anniversary of the formation of 617 “Dambuster” Squadron, historian and television presenter Dan Snow has unveiled a new set of commemorative tail art on one of the unit’s Tornado GR4s...
Nearly seventy years after its huge barrel was pointed across the Channel to protect our shores during the Second World War, the last surviving railway howitzer in the UK and the biggest gun in Britain is being sent to the Continent to form the centerpiece of an exhibition at the Het Spoorwegmuseum in the Netherlands...
The 4-inch gun from the destroyer HMS Lance will be at the entrance to the new exhibition which is due to open in spring 2014 as part of the national centenary commemorations for the First World War...
Britain at War
A History of Conflict
As the UK’s best selling military history title, Britain at War is dedicated in exploring every aspect of Britain’s involvement in conflicts from the turn of the 20th century through to modern day. From World War I to the Falklands, World War II to Iraq, readers are able to relive decisive moments in Britain’s history through fascinating insight combined with rare and previously unseen photography.
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- Key Publishing Launches Classic Land Rover 19 Apr 2013
- EARLY SPECIAL FORCES-STYLE OPERATION AND VICTORIA CROSS ACTION RECALLED 1 Apr 2013
- DAMBUSTERS ANNIVERSARY TAIL ART REVEALED 1 Apr 2013
- RAILWAY GUN HEADS TO HOLLAND 1 Apr 2013
- THE GUN WHICH FIRED THE FIRST SHOT OF THE WAR AT SEA IN 1914 TO GO ON DISPLAY 1 Apr 2013
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