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Political agendas underlying the British interpretation of the Great War linger on today
British battle painters have not always found willing patrons – but the popularity of their work endures
As the twentieth century's wars slowly depart living memory, the Internet has provided new opportunities for collective remembrance
Colonel Simpson discussion reveals reservations about Britain’s ability to protect itself in the event of Continental War and invasion.
J C Fuller demonstrates how morale is maintained in pre-war discussion of the offensive.
Prior to the Great War, the British Army’s battalion structure underwent a fundamental change in structure.