Three lucky winners will receive a copy of The Black Prince and the Capture of the King: Poitiers, 1356. The Battle of Poitiers in 1356 is much less famous than Agincourt, but it was no less dramatic, and just as important in terms of the course of the Hundred Years War. The capture of King Jean brought France to the […]
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Three lucky winners have the chance to win a copy of Sudden Strike 4: European battlefields edition. The heavyweight World War II real-time strategy game has finally arrived on Xbox One! Sudden Strike 4: European battlefields edition offers fans the ultimate war-game collection, containing the main game Sudden Strike 4, plus add-ons Battle of Kursk, Sudden Strike 4: Road to Dunkirk, and Finland – Winter Storm, as well […]
This month, two lucky winners have the chance to win a family weekend ticket to the Classic & Sports Car Show in association with Flywheel.
This month, three lucky winners have the chance to win a copy of ‘Squadron: ending the African slave trade’.
MHM has curated a list of 2017’s best military history titles: the nominees for this year’s 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! Choose your favourite from […]
MHM has curated a list of 2017’s best military history titles: the nominees for this year’s 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. Read a review of each nominated book here. Voting has now closed. The winners will be […]
This month, you could be the lucky winner of a set of Casemate Short Histories. The new Casemate Short History series offers concise and entertaining guides to a broad variety of military history topics. This month, MHM is giving you the chance to get your hands on a free set of these informative, bite-size histories. Brush up on the evolution of tank warfare, […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.