Author: Emma Watts-Plumpkin

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Passchendaele: Plans and Preparations

Why did the British fight the Third Battle of Ypres? MHM editor Neil Faulkner analyses the background to Haig’s offensive in Flanders in autumn 1917. The controversy has lasted a century. It will probably never be resolved. The Third Battle of Ypres – or ‘Passchendaele’ as it is popularly known – was bitterly contested at the […]

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Frontline Walk competition: Win a 6-month subscription to MHM

Win a 6-month subscription to Military History Monthly, Britain’s leading military history magazine. One lucky Frontline Walk participant will win a 6-month subscription to MHM – just answer the question below to be in with a chance of winning! Military History Monthly‘s compelling narrative and authoritative detail transports you to the thick of battle, from […]

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Strategic bombing: Gothas over London

A hundred years ago this summer, German aircraft opened a shocking aerial campaign against London. Whereas the much-feared Zeppelins had appeared furtively under the cloak of darkness, the Gotha bombers appeared brazenly in broad daylight. Ian Castle analyses the German air offensive against London in 1917-1918.

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The Royal Warwickshire Regiment at Passchendaele

OCTOBER 1917 Patrick Mercer uses the first-hand account of a renowned junior officer to report on a grim regimental battle fought in the mud of Broodseinde a century ago. Along with Mons and the Somme, Passchendaele is one of the best-known battles of the First World War. The images of mud, blood, and gore are […]

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Regiment Overview: The Royal Warwicks

The old 6th Regiment of Foot began life in 1674 as a unit of émigré English troops in Dutch service. During the Monmouth Rebellion of 1685, they came to Britain and fought under James II before being brought onto William III’s establishment and fighting at the Boyne in 1690 and bloody Aughrim in 1691. In […]

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Passchendaele, 1917

Martin Marix Evans explores the muddy terrain of the Third Battle of Ypres, the effects it had on the action, and what can be found there today.

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MHM BOOK AWARDS: Voting now closed

MHM has curated a list of 2016’s best military history titles: the nominees for the inaugural Military History Monthly book awards. Our selection includes some of the best-researched, most-insightful, and most-readable titles reviewed and featured in the magazine over the last year. But we need your help to select the winners! We have two categories. Our […]

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[Competition Closed] MHM 79 Caption Competition

Think of something appropriately witty for this picture and leave your caption as a comment below. The best caption will be judged by the editorial team and published in the next issue of Military History Monthly!

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MHM 57 – June 2015

The June 2015 issue of Military History Monthly, the leading British military history magazine, is on sale now. IN THIS ISSUE WE COVER: Dark Age Byzantium MHM reports on two major barbarian onslaughts which put the mighty walls of Constantinople to the ultimate test: the Avars in AD 626, and Bulgars in AD 813. This 19-page special feature includes: – Battle […]

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GALLIPOLI: V Beach Madness

To mark Anzac Day 2015, MHM reposts Peter Hart’s action-packed article taking us into the inferno of the Gallipoli landings.

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