Twitter | Search | |
Military History Monthly
The monthly magazine that brings you the history of warfare, written by experts.
1,633
Tweets
1,822
Following
4,022
Followers
Tweets
Military History Monthly Sep 13
in 1940, Buckingham Palace was bombed by the Luftwaffe.
Reply Retweet Like
Military History Monthly Sep 13
The October issue of MHM is now on sale! We recap the Tunisia campaign of 1943, question orthodoxy on Anglo-Saxon warfare in a 15-page special, look at the last stand of the Maryland 400 during the American Revolution, and much more...
Reply Retweet Like
Military History Monthly Sep 11
Thank you to everyone who took part in our caption competition. The entries showed true mastery of witty banter! See the winners here:
Reply Retweet Like
Military History Monthly retweeted
Chris Netherclift Sep 7
⁩ ⁦⁩ Panel discussion following excellent papers from Alistair McCluskey, ⁦⁩ & Glyn Harper on breach of Hindenburg line, Australians in 100 days & NZ division from November to March 1919. John Horne in the chair.
Reply Retweet Like
Military History Monthly retweeted
US National Archives Sep 10
Some from the records of the War Production Board!
Reply Retweet Like
Military History Monthly Sep 7
'Square Rounds' () covers a sweeping agenda from the first use of chlorine gas in to 'the ongoing conflict between the ideologies of Christianity and Islam’. Read 's review here:
Reply Retweet Like
Military History Monthly Sep 6
At the half-time interval we can confidently say that the ‘Square Rounds’ play theatre is brilliant. Poignant themes of science, race, ethics and war explored. Still relevant today re climate change. A clever, creative spin on an old play.
Reply Retweet Like
Military History Monthly Sep 6
Looking forward to the start of the show! The first U.K. production in nearly 30 years of ‘Square Rounds’ by Tony Harrison.
Reply Retweet Like
Military History Monthly Sep 6
Great to be theatre to watch on the First World War, with an all-female cast!
Reply Retweet Like
Military History Monthly retweeted
PBS America Sep 4
A NATION SOARS takes an in-depth look at how aviation became an integral part of the battlefield and evolved to help change the course of the First World War, led by Canada’s heroic involvement. Starts at 9pm, tonight.
Reply Retweet Like
Military History Monthly Sep 4
in 1862, General Lee invaded the North with 50,000 troops during the . We take a look at the strategic military partnership that defined the war: that between Lee and Jackson.
Reply Retweet Like
Military History Monthly Sep 3
Don't miss the sword-fighting Norman Knights on 16 September!
Reply Retweet Like
Military History Monthly Sep 3
in 1651, Oliver Cromwell finally destroyed the English Royalists at the Battle of Worcester, ending the .
Reply Retweet Like
Military History Monthly retweeted
The Tank Museum Aug 30
Good news! Due to popular demand The Tiger Collection exhibition is staying with us for longer. Scheduled to end this October, the exhibition will now run until Autumn 2019.
Reply Retweet Like
Military History Monthly Aug 29
Don't miss James Holland's show on the Dam Busters, airing tonight at 9pm on .
Reply Retweet Like
Military History Monthly Aug 28
Historians prepare to fight plans to build car test track on top of Battle of Bosworth site
Reply Retweet Like
Military History Monthly retweeted
The History Press Aug 23
in 1943 the Battle of ended with German defeat. Read about World War II’s turning point through soldiers’ eyes in Anthony Tucker-Jones' "excellent read" (reviewed in !):
Reply Retweet Like
Military History Monthly Aug 24
in AD 410, Alaric I of the Visigoths sacked Rome. We take an in-depth look at the different types of ancient soldiers who battled each other during the fall of the Western Roman Empire.
Reply Retweet Like
Military History Monthly retweeted
Royal British Legion Aug 21
Women played a huge role in & 100 years on we're saying Thank You to the courageous women who served & lost their life as a direct result of the war with this special brooch dedicated to their memory. Get yours today to wear with pride.
Reply Retweet Like
Military History Monthly retweeted
Families Federation Aug 22
“It’s OK to say you aren’t OK” – relationship support for all RAF veterans. Now in its tenth year, the RAF Benevolent Fund’s partnership with relationship counselling service Relate has been so successful the service has been extended to include RAF...
Reply Retweet Like