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Raid on Amiens Prison – The Myth of the Mosquito

Group Captain Percy Charles Pickard DSO and Two Bars, DFC, led the famous raid by Mosquitos on Amiens prison in February 1944. He did … Read More

The Battle of the Irrawaddy Shore

In the first of a two-part article, John Grehan describes those remarkable few weeks in 1945 when the Fourteenth Army pushed the Japanese … Read More

Limited Edition Pin to Mark Passchendaele 100

This year marks 100 years since the Battle of Passchendaele in Belgium. Also known as the Third Battle of Ypres, it was one of the … Read More

Wargaming and UK Museums in Leading VR Projects

Virtual Reality Opens and Preserves History, says Director. Early in June, Britain at War was invited to meet with representatives … Read More

Latest AR Tech Trusts Tank Museum to Global Forefront

The Tank Museum has successfully incorporated the latest in Augmented Reality (AR) and has become the first major attraction to utilise … Read More

Tankfest 2017 – SOLD OUT!

20,000 visitors are set expected to descend on Bovington, Dorset, this year for another sold-out Tankfest on the weekend of 24-25 June. … Read More

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Comet

This guest feature was posted here with the kind permission of our friends at The Tank Museum, visit the Tiger Collection blog or the … Read More

Britain at War Visits Bruntingthorpe

Britain at War magazine recently visited the Cold War Jets Day at Bruntingthorpe. The Aerodrome is home to a number of Cold War aircraft, … Read More

Dunkirk: ‘The Most Magnificent Sight of A Generation’

The Dunkirk evacuation, codenamed Operation Dynamo, and famously heralded as a ‘miracle’, saw the evacuation of more than … Read More

A Cold War: Churchill’s Falklands Fear

In 1942 the Japanese laid ambitious but largely unknown plans to take the Falkland Islands. here, Steve Taylor makes a fascinating … Read More


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