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Military History Matters 2 days ago
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In the Czech Republic, the statue of WWII Soviet military leader Ivan Konev is set…

Military History Matters 4 days ago
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How did London communicate with the Resistance in Occupied Europe during the Second World War?…

Seema Syeda 8 months ago
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The 1824 Vagrancy Act – which criminalises rough sleeping – has become the subject of public debate after…

Seema Syeda 10 months ago
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The Cuban Revolution of January 1959, the Bay of Pigs Invasion of April 1961, and…

Seema Syeda 1 year ago
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MHM Editor Neil Faulkner reviews Ken Burns' new 18-hour blockbuster The Vietnam War, and compares it…

Seema Syeda 1 year ago
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Clare Mulley on the daring exploits of a highly decorated WWII special agent. Krystyna Skarbek,…

Seema Syeda 1 year ago
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We know the story. Goaded into a hopeless war by an expanding colonial empire, thousands…

Seema Syeda 2 years ago
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War and violence are the last things one would associate with that 19th-century doyenne of…

Seema Syeda 2 years ago
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Could the Germans have won the First World War in 1918? Almost certainly. A quarter of…

Seema Syeda 2 years ago
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'Easily the bloodiest single battle fought in the war.' Mark Bowden, the journalist and acclaimed…