Last month, we asked you to think of something appropriately witty for this image from our feature on Dutch Admiral Michiel de Ruyter, published in the September issue of Military History Monthly. We are delighted to announce this month’s winners. WINNER ‘Posing with the world’s largest cigar made Michiel feel very important indeed.’ – Sebastian Wetherall RUNNERS UP: ‘De […]
Last month, we asked you to think of something appropriately witty for this photograph from our feature on John Brown and the theory of slave revolt, published in this month’s issue of Military History Monthly. WINNER We are delighted to announce that the winner of this month’s caption competition is David Parkin, with ‘Stop lads! He […]
[Competition closed] MHM August Quiz – win one of three copies of The Black Prince and the Capture of the King: Poitiers, 1356
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 […]
[Competition closed] MHM 94 Quiz – win a family ticket to the Battle of Britain Airshow and the Combined Ops Military and Air Show!
Two lucky winners of our competition will receive a family ticket to the Battle of Britain Airshow or the Combined Ops Military and Air Show. This summer get ready for some great family events taking place at Headcorn Aerodrome, offering something for everyone. Taking place on Saturday 30 June and Sunday 1 July, the Battle […]
Thank you to everyone who entered the MHM 92 Caption Competition! We asked you to come up with a witty caption for the image below, taken from our special feature on Britannia. After long deliberation, and a great deal of guffaw, the editorial team are delighted to announce the winners! WINNER ‘This cold, wet Britannia […]
Three lucky winners of our competition will receive a copy of Empire of Guns by Priya Satia. From the 17th to the 19th century, Britain was transforming from an agricultural and artisanal economy to one dominated by industry and machine. The industrial revolution – with the resulting growth in technology, trade, and exports – put […]
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 competition is now closed. Click here to see the winners. Think of something appropriately witty for this photograph from our special feature on ancient Britannia. Leave your caption as a comment below. The best caption will be judged by the editorial team and published online!
This month, three lucky winners have the chance to win a copy of The RAF at 100: a century in photographs. The Royal Air Force was formed in 1918 to defend the skies over Britain during the First World War, and made a major contribution to winning one of the largest and most devastating […]
This month, three lucky winners have the chance to win a copy of The Military History of China. In The Military History of China, bestselling author Erik Durschmied traces China’s passage through a thousand years of war, colonial adventurism, and internecine politics, and seeks to understand what this huge and unstoppable country is today – as well […]