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The monthly magazine that brings you the history of warfare, written by experts.
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Nick Hewitt Nov 14
Reading it for for review in right now. Not going to give too much away but imo it’s bold and deliberately contentious. It will divide opinion for sure and as a consequence I doubt any two reviews will agree.
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Military History Monthly Nov 14
Did you know that the only child of the French Emperor Napoleon III died during the Zulu Wars? Patrick Boniface tells the story.
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Military History Monthly Nov 11
How did help the Allies win the First World War? Find out here:
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Military History Monthly Nov 11
Many soldiers were traumatised by their experience of . This led to high levels of shell shock – but at the time, the British Army tried to cover up the extent of the problem. Taylor Downing reports.
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Military History Monthly Nov 11
What do the battlefields of the First World War look like now? We showcase the work of photographer Mike St Maur Shield, who has captured the beauty of these erstwhile sites of war.
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Military History Monthly Nov 11
Don't miss our review of Peter Jackson's new film 'They Shall Not Grow Old', which commemorates the experiences of the millions of ordinary men who fought in the war.
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Military History Monthly Nov 11
A century ago, after years of trench stalemate, the Allied armies on the Western Front went onto the offensive, broke through the enemy line, and maintained their advance for 3 months until Germany finally surrendered. How was it done?
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Military History Monthly Nov 11
On , we must remember the millions of workers and soldiers from the various European empires who laboured and fought during the . Many of them believed their service would win independence for their countries and citizens.
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Military History Monthly Nov 11
On , Chris Bambery argues that the threat of a workers' revolution brought an end to the First World War, not the defeat of the German Army. Read his analysis here:
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Military History Monthly Nov 10
As approaches, we reflect on Peter Jackson's new tribute to the fallen soldiers of the First World War.
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Military History Monthly Nov 9
The December issue of MHM is OUT NOW! On the , our special this time asks: did the British win it for the Allies on the Western Front? Our cover feature returns to the war and the last great charge of the redcoats.
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Military History Monthly Nov 5
Fantastic sculpture entitled 'The Haunting Soldier' installed at St Stephen's Green, Dublin. Made of scrap metal, this sombre work commemorates the armistice, 100 years after it came into force. Watch the video here:
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Military History Monthly Nov 5
The winners of our October caption competition have been announced. Check out who won here:
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Military History Monthly Oct 31
The battle at Monte Cassino is well known. But the action leading up to it was just as gruelling. Patrick Mercer reports.
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Military History Monthly Oct 30
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ANU War Studies Oct 29
The BEF did a lot of heavy lifting in the 100 Days, but as always it was a coalition effort and there were a multitude of contributing factors (as the linked article points to). For a nascent 'operational' approach maybe look more to Foch and the French than the BEF.
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Military History Monthly Oct 29
The Hundred Days Offensive: did the British win it for the Allies? Read our analysis here:
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Castles of Steel by Nick Wray Oct 23
Your readers may be interested in making this project come to life: #1919
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Military History Monthly Oct 26
Interesting little book on letters sent home from men from , serving on different fronts of the
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Military History Monthly Oct 22
Your chance to win a copy of , the heroic story of Polish fighter pilots who fought for the RAF in the Battle of Britain.
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