Military Times – July 2011

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The July issue of Military Times, the British Military History magazine, is on sale today.


In the latest issue we cover:

Battle of Naseby, 14th June 1645
We begin our History of the British Army in 25 Battles series with Cromwell, the New Model Army, and the Battle of Naseby. Bastion of the Establishment it may seem today, but the Army was forged in revolution and civil war.

History of Gunpowder
Edmund West describes how gunpowder transformed world history

WW1 Conscription
Tim Lynch questions whether the conscripts of 1918 – the men who won the First World War – were really so different from the volunteers of 1916.

Invasion of the Third Reich
In the first of a two-part series, war veteran and military historian Patrick Delaforce explores different aspects of the ‘invasion of the Third Reich’ – including the monstrous discovery of Bergen-Belsen.

Also in this issue Museums, Book Reviews and Battlefield guides.


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