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The #WW2 #Podcast looks at Allied attempts to disrupt the German #Atomic program...

In this episode we’re looking at the attempts to disrupt and destroy Germany’s access to heavy water, which was essential for their atomic research. If that sounds familiar that could be because you’ve seen the film The Heroes of Telemark or watched one…
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We investigate the The Aftermath of Battle in the latest @Ancient Warfare Magazine Podcast.

A long a lively discussion of Ancient Warfare Magazine IX.6 The Aftermath of Battle. “When we think about warfare in the ancient world, the first thing that probably pops into mind are images of men, clad in armour, fighting each other. Battle usually…
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In the final episode of the season we look at the Torpedo...

To many of us the the idea of a torpedo is that of a sweaty submarine, the commander peering through his periscope and announcing “fire”, and the torpedo whizzes through the water leaving a discernible foamy trail. The single hit is devastating. Whilst…
To many of us the the idea of a torpedo is that of a sweaty submarine, the commander peering through his periscope and announcing “fire”, and the torpedo whizzes through the water leaving a discern…
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The latest #WW2 #Podcast looks at drug use during the war...

It’s a little known fact that during the second world war drugs were issued to those men on active service on a monumental scale, hundreds of millions of pills were produced.
It’s a little known fact that during the second world war drugs were issued to those men on active service on a monumental scale, hundreds of millions of pills were produced.
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In the latest podcast Angus looks at the De Havilland Mosquito.

In this episode we’re looking at the De Havilland Mosquito. It was fast, extremely versatile and made from wood, affectionately referred to as the “Mossie”. Over 7,000 were built, yet only two remain flying today.
In this episode we’re looking at the De Havilland Mosquito. It was fast, extremely versatile and made from wood, affectionately referred to as the “Mossie”. Over 7,000 were built, yet only two rema…
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In the latest podcast Angus looks at those men and women who tracked down Nazi war criminals...

In this episode Angus looks at Nazi war criminals and those that tracked them down. He is joined by Andrew Nagorski. Andrew is an award winning journalist who for three decades served as a foreign correspondent, and editor for Newsweek.  He has written a…
In this episode Angus looks at Nazi war criminals and those that tracked them down. He is joined by Andrew Nagorski. Andrew is an award winning journalist who for three decades served as a foreign …
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The latest podcast is now available "The Aleutian Islands Campaign"

The Aleutian Islands Campaign is often referred to as the Forgotten Battle due to history concentrating more on battles like that of Midway and Guadalcanal, yet this important campaign to take back U.S. soil, witnessed the first American amphibious…
The Aleutian Islands Campaign is often referred to as the Forgotten Battle due to history concentrating more on battles like that of Midway and Guadalcanal, yet this important campaign to take back…
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In the latest podcast we look at the Battle of Naseby and the New Model Army...

At the Outbreak of English Civil War it was convention that the aristocracy would lead the troops, this was irrespective of ability or experience. As the war went on it became clear to the parliamentarians that a conflict of interest both for power, and…
At the Outbreak of English Civil War it was convention that the aristocracy would lead the troops, this was irrespective of ability or experience. As the war went on it became clear to the parliame…
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Latest Ancient Warfare Magazine podcast is available: Warriors of the Hellenistic Age...

“When Alexander fell ill at Babylon, he was lord of a massive but fragile empire and commander of a large, experienced army, but lacked a ready heir. On his deathbed, the warrior king was reported to have said that his empire should pass “to the…
“When Alexander fell ill at Babylon, he was lord of a massive but fragile empire and commander of a large, experienced army, but lacked a ready heir. On his deathbed, the warrior king was rep…
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New podcast looking at The Lovat Scouts is now available...

Despite being well-led, trained, and equipped at the outbreak of the Second Boer War in October 1899, the British army was unprepared for the guerilla-style tactics their enemy employed, suffering more than 3000 casualties and several defeats in the first…
Despite being well-led, trained, and equipped at the outbreak of the Second Boer War in October 1899, the British army was unprepared for the guerilla-style tactics their enemy employed, suffering …
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