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2 days until the new Armourer magazine launches

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Every month will feature a different cover feature covering an interesting or important military event.

So how is this going to be different? To start with, the actual history of the battle or event will be told in the main feature, but alongside this we then go into detail to look at the medals, weapons, uniforms and equipment that were involved at the time, with a special reference to collecting those items today. On the opening spread you'll see where all those extra features are located in the magazine so you can dip in and out at your leisure.

The first cover feature for the new, bigger magazine is going to be... The Siege of Tobruk.

 

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