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After the Bismarck (1941 Footage)

Incredible footage from a 1941 dated British Pathé newsreel covering the chase to sink the Bismarck.

Last Char B1 to Run at Tankfest

The last surviving Char B1 is to run at Tankfest this year, announces The Tank Museum, Bovington. In a unique partnership the French … Read More

617 Squadron Brings Home New F-35B Lightning

The legendary 617 Squadron, immortalised by the Dambuster’s raid of 1943, flew into RAF Marham yesterday with Britain’s … Read More

‘My Dams Raid’ – Exclusive Interview with Dambuster ‘Johnny’ Johnson

In an exclusive interview with Britain at War earlier this year, the last British Dambuster, Squadron Leader George ‘Johnny’ Johnson, … Read More

Historic Name Returns as MOD Invests in Subs

Britain’s Ministry of Defence has released details of a large investment into the Royal Navy’s submarine capability as the Secretary … Read More

Tribute to the V-Force 2018

Our friends at Newark Air Museum are delighted to announce that the preparatory work for their upcoming Tribute to the V-Force event, … Read More

Somme Mine Crater to be Protected and Conserved

The Hawthorn Ridge Crater Association (HRCA) has announced its formation with the intention to support and develop the most intensive … Read More

Violation of Maritime ‘War Graves’ – Fresh Allegations

Governments and heritage agencies on both sides of the North Sea are again facing scrutiny after fresh allegations that maritime graves … Read More

Could It Be Edward? MOD Search For Relatives

The Ministry of Defence have launched an urgent appeal to trace the relatives of a sergeant killed in the Great War following the discovery … Read More

Chinook Arrives at Newark Air Museum

In just over ten days, the Newark Air Museum has purchased and moved the fuselage of BV Chinook HC.1 helicopter, ZA717, from RAF Cranwell … Read More


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