Military Times has an exclusive prize for ten lucky readers this month. We have ten small collections of Commando magazines to give away, all signed by Commando editor Calum Laird.
Click on the link to read a piece in today’s Independent by our editor Dr Neil Faulkner.
Bestselling author and historian James Holland brings fresh analysis into the pivotal moment of World War Two
The new exhibition by artist Jeremy Deller displays the mangled remains of a car driven on a suicide mission in Baghdad.
Military Times exclusively reveals paintings of iconic Battle of Britain aircraft by artist Mark Bromley.
Competition Rules 1. The closing date for entry is midnight 19th of November 2010. 1.1 Entry is via the online entry form only. 1.2 Only one entry per email address. Multiple entries will be discounted. Incomplete entries will be discounted. 1.3 Church Street Publishing as promoter of the competition is not responsible for lost, delayed […]
The latest issue of Your Family Tree, our favourite genealogy magazine, is a military special that focuses on tracing relatives involved in WWII and the Battle of Britain. Particularly interesting for the military history enthusiast, is the Military Records book and wallchart of the Battlefields of Europe that come with the mag. Coming to a […]
We’ve put together a collection of other web resources that all you military history enthusiasts might find interesting.
The first part of our Afghanistan series begins in Issue 1, with an in-depth chronicling of the British army’s disastrous retreat from Kabul. This exclusive map details the stages of the retreat, and features a condensed account of the massacre of the Anglo-Indian army.
Exclusively commissioned for Military Times, this battle map illustrates the route taken by Boudicca in preparation for her final battle. This map will appear in Issue 1 of Military Times, accompanied by a detailed analysis of the events of the battle and why Boudicca ultimately lost. A summary of these events accompanies this reproduction.