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! This month’s image comes from the War on Film article in issue 55 of the magazine, which reviews the 2014 […]
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This month, we have SIX copies of 1914: First Blood – A Tommy Gunn Adventure by John Hughes-Wilson to be won! Daring, bravery and front-line action on the battlefields of France This thrilling novel about front-line action in World War I highlights the adventures of Lieutenant T.O.M. ‘Tommy’ Gunn, a young infantry lieutenant in the Sherwood […]
MHM introduces the most fearsome warriors of the Roman arena. 5. Marcus Attilius Free-Born fighter Type of fighter: murmillo Attilius was a free-born Roman, who most likely volunteered himself for gladiatorial combat as a way of freeing himself from debt. As a rookie, he defeated the gladiator veteran and champion of Emperor Nero, Hilarus, a respected fighter who had 13 wreaths to his […]
Born: 1 June 1907, Earlsdon, Coventry Occupation: RAF Engineer Officer Awards: KBE (1948), CBE (1944), CB (1947), Louis E. Levy Medal (1956), Order of Merit (1986), Fellow of the Royal Society (1986), Honorary Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society (1986), Commander of the Legion of Merit (1946) Died: 9 August 1996, Columbia, Maryland The Jet Engine Towards the end of […]
MHM highlights the benefits of becoming a member of military history societies.
An MHM selection of some of the best events coming up over the next few months. BATTLE PROMS This is the year to celebrate with the Battle Proms! The UK’s most popular picnic concert series celebrates a number of important historical milestones in 2015. As the Battle Proms takes much of its inspiration from the Napoleonic wars, which came […]
The March issue of Military History Monthly, the British military history magazine, is on sale today.
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!
This month, we have a bundle of three military history books to be won! During WWII, the Axis Powers and the Allied Forces both used a combination of land and air power, but their dependence on air power was a huge development, with evolving technology demanding fresh combat and reconnaissance techniques. The newly released paperback edition of The Lions of Carentan and the […]
This image shows three tanks taking part in the Lord Mayor’s parade in Ludgate Circus, London in November 1918. The parade celebrated the end of the First World War as armistice was declared that month. In this photograph we can see crowds of men, women, and children who have gathered out on the street to […]