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Win #WW2 books! We've copies of the excellent "Parcels from Home: Jacks War" and "Parcels From Home: The story of Red Cross Parcels in WWII" as prizes...

Mark Webster has been kind enough to give us some codes to give away for two new books he’s been involved with, Parcels from Home: Jack’s War and Parcels from Home: The Prisoner of War Parcel Scheme and the New Zealand Red Cross in WWII. “Jack’s War” is a…
Mark Webster has been kind enough to give us some codes to give away for two new books he's been involved with, Parcels from Home: Jack's War and Parcels from Home: The Prisoner of War Parcel Schem...
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Latest podcast is now available looking at Aztec Warfare..

“The battlefield is the place: where one toasts the divine liquor in war, Where are stained red the divine eagles, Where the tigers howl, Where all kinds of precious stones rain from ornaments, Where wave headdresses rich with fine plumes, Where princes…
“The battlefield is the place: where one toasts the divine liquor in war, Where are stained red the divine eagles, Where the tigers howl, Where all kinds of precious stones rain from ornaments, Whe...
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Latest podcast is now available looking at #ww2 Red Cross Parcels

After World War Two, former New Zealand prisoner of war Gunner Jim Henderson wrote; “We used to say after the war the Red Cross should take over the world and run it. They’d shown what they could do in a world mad with war.” Most people know about the Red…
After World War Two, former New Zealand prisoner of war Gunner Jim Henderson wrote; “We used to say after the war the Red Cross should take over the world and run it. They’d shown what they could d...
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The names of the Roman emperors Tiberius, Caligula and Claudius are well known, and so too are their stories. Hardly known at all is the story of Tiberius’ brother and Claudius’ father, the man known to historians as Drusus the Elder, who was considered…
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Latest podcast is now out looking at the Siege of Yorktown

On October 17, 1781, four years to the day when British General John Burgoyne surrendered his army to American forces at Saratoga, New York, Lord Charles Cornwallis requested terms of surrender from General George Washington. Two days later, the British…
On October 17, 1781, four years to the day when British General John Burgoyne surrendered his army to American forces at Saratoga, New York, Lord Charles Cornwallis requested terms of surrender fro...
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Ancient History Magazine Kickstarter

Jasper and the team at Karwansaray Publishers have launched a Kickstarter to get Ancient History Magazine off the ground. Currently they publish Ancient Warfare and Medieval Warfare, clearly about “warfare”, the aim of Ancient History will be to look at…
Jasper and the team at Karwansaray Publishers have launched a Kickstarter to get Ancient History Magazine off the ground. Currently they publish Ancient Warfare and Medieval Warfare, clearly about ...
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The latest Ancient Warfare Magazine podcast is now out - Horsemen of the Steppes

In this episode we look at Ancient Warfare Magazine VIII.3 “Swift as the wind across the plains”. Angus is joined by Josho Brouwers, Murray Dahm, Lindsay Powell, Mark McCaffery and Owen Rees. “Cimmerians. Sarmatians. Scythians. Horsemen of the steppes.…
In this episode we look at Ancient Warfare Magazine VIII.3 "Swift as the wind across the plains". Angus is joined by Josho Brouwers, Murray Dahm, Lindsay Powell, Mark McCaffery and Owen Rees. "Cimm...
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Latest podcast is out; Gas, ,gas, gas! Gas Warfare in #WW1

Gas was one of the most feared weapons of world war one. Proportionally though, there were few casualties from gas throughout the war. The British kept accurate figures from 1916, of those casualties only 3% were fatal and 70% would be back on the front…
Gas was one of the most feared weapons of world war one. Proportionally though, there were few casualties from gas throughout the war. The British kept accurate figures from 1916, of those casualti...
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