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Far-right movements are joining hands with coronavirus-deniers and lockdown critics. This is an ominous trend, but it is unlikely to have any serious impact on the upcoming elections.
A new European combat aircraft is still likely to emerge from a programme plagued by mismatched national positions, priorities and industrial responsibilities.
Contemporary football provides a reminder of the multinational nature of British society and its historical war effort.
Enigma was broken at Bletchley Park because of the Polish decision in 1939 to share all they knew. That led to a radical transformation of British signals intelligence.
Louis Halewood and David Morgan-Owen
History, if used correctly, can have an important role in professional military education.
Justin Bronk reviews Fighters in the Blood: The Story of a Spitfire Pilot and the Son Who Followed in His Footsteps, by Air Marshal ‘Black’ Robertson.
The leading military historian of his generation, Sir Michael Howard’s influence on the development of the discipline of strategic studies is unquestioned. Awarded the military cross for his service...
The board members for the Duke of Wellington Medal for Military History have decided to award this year’s medal to Dr Jonathan Fennell for his book ‘Fighting the People’s War’.
RUSI is marking the 50th anniversary of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) by hosting a compilation of historic documents recording the negotiations during the 1960s.
RUSI is delighted to announce Lieutenant General (Ret’d) Sir John Kiszely KCB MC DL as the first recipient of the Duke of Wellington Medal for Military History.
A panel discussion to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the Battle for Normandy.
A lecture by John Hussey OBE MA commemorating the life of Field Marshal Earl Haig of Bemersyde and the forces he commanded
Following the huge loss of life at the Somme, from January 1917 onwards the British Army drafted into its Labour Corps hundreds of thousands of men from across the UK, China, India, South Africa,...