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Military History Monthly
The monthly magazine that brings you the history of warfare, written by experts.
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Ryan Noor Sep 28
And a bit of mythbusting about the dominance of heavy cavalry in the Middle Ages. Stamford Bridge: the last Anglo-Saxon victory via
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Jenny Waldman 21h
‘I wanted to be agnostic about the history of the First World War and concentrate on the personal experience’ with at
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Ryan Gearing 23h
Weren’t these launched as Victory Babies in 1918 and relaunched in 1919 as Peace Babies?
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HE Archaeology Oct 16
Originally launched as peace babies in 1918 to mark the end of WWI, Jelly Babies are a very popular U.K. sweet
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Military History Monthly Oct 15
in 1864, Confederate troops occupied Glasgow, Missouri, during the American .
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Military History Monthly Oct 12
The November issue of MHM is out now! After years of stalemate, what led the Allies to victory in the First World War? Our special this month explores the topic. Our cover story debunks the myths of the Chanson de Roland.
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Nick Hewitt Oct 7
Have been given the huge privilege of reviewing this for Awaiting it’s arrival like a small child on Xmas Eve 😂
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Military History Monthly Oct 8
The Royal Scots Greys, the regiment that caught the French eagle.
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Military History Monthly Oct 8
in AD 314, the Western emperor Constantine defeated Eastern emperor Licinius in the Battle of Cibalae.
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Military History Monthly Oct 5
Adolf Hitler was wounded in the left thigh by an exploding shell during the Battle of the Somme, . His survival changed the course of history.
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Military History Monthly Oct 3
In case you missed it: Patrick Boniface on the gruesome death of King Charles XII of Sweden:
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Military History Monthly Oct 2
in 1187, Saladin captured the city of from the Crusaders.
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Military History Monthly Oct 1
David Porter explores some of history's biggest military explosions.
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Seema Syeda Sep 29
My piece on William 's 'The Head and the Load', the story of porters in , for .
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Military History Monthly Sep 28
Have you read the October issue yet? Buy it now at W H Smith or Barnes & Noble. Find out more here:
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Military History Monthly Sep 28
The Battle of is famous as a milestone in . Less well known is the Battle of Stamford Bridge, the last Anglo-Saxon victory and a game-changing moment in the Anglo-Saxon Wars. This month, we investigate the battle and its legacy.
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Military History Monthly Sep 26
By day she was a Hollywood superstar, by night she developed technology to guide Allied torpedoes during WWII. Documentary on Hedy Lamarr airs tomorrow at 9pm on .
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Military History Monthly Sep 26
It's coming soon, keep your eyes peeled....
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Paul Beaver Sep 20
Replying to @MilHistMonthly
So many people in Sweden have told me it was his own troops!
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