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Military History Matters 5 days ago
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One of the earliest attempts to design an AFV that could cope with First World…

Military History Matters 1 month ago
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David Porter takes a look at everything that went wrong with the Bachem BA 349…

Military History Matters 2 months ago
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David Porter takes a look at everything that went wrong with the Large Light Cruiser.

Military History Matters 4 months ago
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The Novgorod’s design originated in 1868, when the Scottish shipbuilder John Elder proposed widening the…

Military History Matters 6 years ago
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Daffy, the forgotten fighter Boulton Paul Defiant Mk IIs flying in formation. Ask most people…

Military History Matters 6 years ago
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It was a bold tactical concept. With war looming in 1913, the Royal Navy requested…

Military History Matters 6 years ago
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Military History Matters 6 years ago
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Newspaper magnate Lord Beaverbrook was appointed Minister of Aircraft Production by Churchill in May 1940. At the…

Military History Matters 6 years ago
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During the reign of King Gustav II Adolf (1611-1632) Sweden rose to become the dominant…

Military History Matters 6 years ago
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Named after its designers, Lavochkin, Gorbunov. and Gudkov, the LaGG-3 fighter was one of the…