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The articles cover such a variety of subjects in so many different time-frames, I find each edition of constant interest throughout. Added to that a wealth of information and advice on Exhibitions, Museums and Displays made available for those like me who enjoy military history.
I was especially interested in ‘The Agony of Afghanistan; having studied in detail the (mostly disastrous) British ventures of around 1840, 1880, and the final debacle of 1919. (I served in the Indian Army about 100 years ago!)
I look forward to future editions.”
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Thank you, your articles on the Cruel Sea and the siege of Leningrad were truly marvelous, everyone including today’s children should be encouraged to read them.
Thanks again, keep up the good work.”
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