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Kaiserschlacht, Spring 1918

Kaiserschlacht, Spring 1918

Could the Germans have won the First World War in 1918? Almost certainly. A quarter of a century later, the tide of war would turn irretrievably against Hitler's Third Reich in 1942/1943. The massive industrial power of the Soviet Union and the United States combined – still rising towards a wartime peak –guaranteed eventual defeat. The outcome was far more open in 1917/1918.

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Kaiserschlacht, Spring 1918

Kaiserschlacht, Spring 1918

Could the Germans have won the First World War in 1918? Almost certainly. A quarter of a century later, the tide of war would turn irretrievably against Hitler's Third Reich in 1942/1943. The massive industrial power of the Soviet Union and ...
MHM 90 Caption Competition

MHM 90 Caption Competition

Think of something appropriately witty for this photograph of the Italian Arditi troops, featured in this month's 'Women at War' (MHM 90) ...
MHM 90 Quiz: win tickets to Classic & Sports Car Show

MHM 90 Quiz: win tickets to Classic & Sports Car Show

This month, two lucky winners have the chance to win a family weekend ticket to the Classic & Sports Car Show in association with Flywheel ...
Interview: Mark Bowden on Vietnam

Interview: Mark Bowden on Vietnam

'Easily the bloodiest single battle fought in the war.' Mark Bowden, the journalist and acclaimed author of Black Hawk Down and Killing Pablo, talks about his new book Hué 1968 ...
Lee and Jackson

Lee and Jackson

What is the role of the individual in history? The collaboration between Robert E Lee and Thomas 'Stonewall' Jackson changed the course of the American Civil War. Before Lee's appointment, and his choice of Jackson as second-in-command, the conflict would ...

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Winston Churchill: 10 little-known facts
Winston Churchill, the emblematic British wartime leader is instantly recognisable by his ...
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TOP FIVE: Gladiators
TOP FIVE: Gladiators
MHM introduces the most fearsome warriors of the Roman arena. 5. Marcus Attilius Free-Born ...
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Spitfires: 8 little-known facts
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TOP FIVE: Female Spies
TOP FIVE: Female Spies
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The best known date in English history may be 1066, but how much do you really know ...
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Many strange, contradictory and often largely unsubstantiated rumours have arisen about Hitler, both in life ...
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5 Myths about the Wars of the Roses
We examine 5 myths surrounding the Wars of the Roses, as part of our 17-page ...
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9 Kings Who Lost Their Thrones
Taken from the MHM34 feature, here are 9 deposed monarchs, some of whom were quite ...
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