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Violation of Maritime ‘War Graves’ – Fresh Allegations

Governments and heritage agencies on both sides of the North Sea are again facing scrutiny after fresh allegations that maritime graves … Read More

Could It Be Edward? MOD Search For Relatives

The Ministry of Defence have launched an urgent appeal to trace the relatives of a sergeant killed in the Great War following the discovery … Read More

Chinook Arrives at Newark Air Museum

In just over ten days, the Newark Air Museum has purchased and moved the fuselage of BV Chinook HC.1 helicopter, ZA717, from RAF Cranwell … Read More

The Sinking of Ark Royal

Despite the fact the Germans claimed to have sunk her on numerous occasions, even producing illustrations of her sinking after an air … Read More

Defiant fully reassembled at Cosford

Wolverhampton-built Boulton Paul Defiant I N1671 is now fully reassembled and on public display at the RAF Museum Cosford, it was announced … Read More

Gremlins And Masterdom – Britain’s Vietnam War

For most people, war in Vietnam means just one thing: the doomed US campaign of the 1960s and 70s. As Stuart Hadaway explains, there … Read More

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


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