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The latest podcast concludes our look at the Cushing Brothers during the #ACW...

Our look at the Cushing brothers during the American Civil War continues. On July 3, 1863, the third day of fighting at Gettysburg, Robert E. Lee planned a frontal assault intended to pierce the center of the Union line. This attack is remembered as…
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The latest #WWII podcast looks at Military Internees and the Irish Free State

In this episode we’re looking at the peculiar situation the Republic of Ireland, Eire, found itself during the second world war.
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The latest #WW2 Podcast looks at the #USA in 1940/41 and her entry into the #war.

In December last year we looked at how Churchill in 1940 kept Britain in the war. In this episode we’re crossing the pond to look at Roosevelt and America in 1940/41. At the outbreak of war in Europe the majority of the American people did not want to…
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Have you ever wondered where to find surviving #WWII tanks?

Have you ever wondered where to find surviving WWII tanks? Craig Moore’s tank-hunter.com is an invaluable resource in tracking them down. What could be better than a summer holiday roaming Europe ticking tanks off your tank-spotter list! Craig also writes…
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In the latest #WW2 #Podcast Angus is looking at one man’s battle against Imperial Japan. WWII, Pacifc, #Pearlharbor, #History

In this episode we’re in the Pacific in 1943 looking at the exploits of Lieutenant Hugh Miller. After his ship the USS Strong is sunk he washes up on a Pacific island terribly injured. It’s is a remarkable story of survival, and a one man war against the…
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In the latest Ancient Warfare Magazine Podcast well look at the War in Hellenistic Egypt.

In this episode we look at Ancient Warfare Magazine Vol X, issue 2 Wars in Hellenistic Egypt: Kingdom of the Ptolemies. We have a big group of guests with usuals Josho, Murray, Mark and Lindsay, also joining us is Marc de Santis and Seán Hußmann. “Egypt…
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We start our 21st season with a look at the incredible story of the Cushing Brothers during the #ACW

Three brothers born in the 1830s in the Wisconsin Territory left a remarkable legacy of bravery, loyalty and determination through their service to the Union during the American Civil War. William, Alonzo and Howard Cushing each fought in separate…
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In the latest Ancient Warfare Magazine Podcast we look at The Archidamian War...

In this episode Angus is joined by Josho Brouwers, Murray Dahm, Mark McCaffery, Owen Rees and Roel Konijnendijk. We’re looking at Ancient Warfare Magazine Volume X issue 1, Conflict between Sparta and Athens: The Archidamian War. Don’t forget if you want…
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We've a new #podcast Wargames, Soldiers & Strategy. In this first episode we ask why people game and where does wargaming come from?

In this pilot episode of the podcast Guy Bowers (editor Wargames, Soldiers & Strategy Magazine), Jasper Oorthuys (managing director at Karwansaray Publishers) and Angus Wallace (some guy who makes podcasts) investigate why people play wargames and where…
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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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