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Militaria History features many interesting articles and pictures, on topics covering rifles, pistols, swords, uniforms and aboriginal arms. Written by a knowledgeable team of expert contributors, it tells some unusual medieval tales, concentrating mainly on pre-first world war stories taking us from Sudan to Japan, from India to Russia and the rest of the world.

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The new magazine that combines the best of The Armourer and Classic Arms & Militaria is now on sale. ...

01/03/2017

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To celebrate the completion of its three year restoration of the Weston Airfield Control Tower and Pilots Block, ...

23/03/2017

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A group of medals awarded to a Welsh WWI soldier sold for £10,000 at an auction in Shropshire. ...

23/03/2017

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Rare sporting shotgun beats estimate at Holt's auction. ...

22/03/2017

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Bespoke art insurance specialist, Hiscox Collections, is rolling out a new product to provide arms and armour ...

22/03/2017

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A memorial to both UK armed forces and civilians who served in the Gulf and Afghanistan has been unveiled by Her ...

09/03/2017

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Alex Bateman, a military historian who profited from writing several books based on the Dambusters raid has been ...

09/03/2017

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Correction to the caption in the April issue Diary Dates. ...

08/03/2017

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There’s a new short course at West Dean College that will enable students to make their own armour. ...

04/03/2017

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A folder with the ceremonial funeral details and route maps of the State Funeral of the Late Sir Winston Leonard ...

03/03/2017

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HRH The Countess of Wessex opens new facility in Llandudno supporting blind and limbless veterans learning vital ...

02/03/2017

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The latest results from Canterbury Auction Galleries included the Clive Richard Marsh collection of German WWII ...

28/02/2017

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