An online presentation by Phillip Bradley Philip Bradley’s [...]
An online presentation by Robin Droogleever War [...]
A lecture by Robert Muscat The shock [...]
A lecture by Lt-Col (Retd) David Wilson [...]
The other Gallipoli Battleground A lecture by Lt-Col [...]
A lecture by Dr Jan McLeod During the Papuan [...]
Field Marshal Erich von Manstein snatched victory from the jaws of defeat in the Third Battle of Kharkov in what was ultimately a pyrrhic victory
Between 1962 and 1966, Indonesia under the aggressive leadership of Sukarno ‘confronted’ the new state of Malaysia, labelling it a cloak for British imperial interests in south-east Asia.
The Military History Society of New South Wales Incorporated presents LOCOMOTIVE OF WAR: CRIMEA 1855. How Britain built a railway to besiege Sevastopol, by Colin Kay.
The Somme campaign between July and November 1916 is widely regarded as one of the greatest tragedies in British and Imperial military history.