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Second World War

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

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

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

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

The Navigator

Bomber Command historian Steve Darlow has brought to our attention a quite unique, unusual, and powerful new piece of musical theatre … Read More

Sgt. Potter’s Day Out At Dunkirk

If you were watching TV last night, you may have seen Britain at War’s Editor, Andy Saunders, on BBC South East Today. He was … Read More

Lost Warriors: Seagrim and Pagani of Burma

This guest article was written by Philip Davies, author of ‘Lost Warriors: Seagrim and Pagani of Burma – the last great untold … Read More

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