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The Special Boat Squadron in the Second World War: A band of renegade cut-throats

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The development of British artillery on the Western Front

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Lawrence of Arabia, the Arab Revolt and the forgotten few who shaped it

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100 years since the 100 Days: How the First World War transformed the army

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The evolution of military camouflage

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British perspectives on the Korean War and its aftermath

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Remembering Australians in the First World War

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Operation Husky, 1943

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The Battle of Dettingen, 1743

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Soldiers’ families during the Second World War

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Romania and the First World War

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The real Monuments Men

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A cool and lonely courage: The women of SOE F Section.

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Weapons that wound, hands that heal

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Ice Maidens

23 May 18

A Different Kind of Radicalisation: The British Army, victory in Tunisia and ‘The Road to 1945’

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The British fiasco in Norway, 1940

4 May 18

Kate Adie and Frank Gardner in conversation

2 May 18

The British Army and its Intelligence Corps, 1904-1940

30 Mar 18

Special Forces: The Originals

23 Mar 18

Operation Telic, 15 years on

16 Mar 18

Researching women and the military

9 Mar 18

“A Bloodless Victory”: The Battle of New Orleans in history and memory

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Kipling’s ‘The Eyes of Asia’

7 Mar 18

‘Eve in Khaki': Women and the British Army, 1917-48

2 Mar 18

Treating trauma in First World War nurses

29 Sep 17

Poetry and prose by women in the First World War charms

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Alcohol, drugs and lucky charms

15 Sep 17

What the WAACs did next

8 Sep 17

Masculinity and the British Army officer

1 Sep 17

Refugees from the Partition of India

25 Aug 17

Partition of India: 70 years on

18 Aug 17

‘Eve in Khaki’: Women and the British Army

2 Mar 17

Revamping the Vamp: Mata Hari Myths and Realities

20 Feb 17

Chilcot: Six Months On

16 Feb 17

How First World War Stretcher Bearers Changed Medicine Forever

6 Feb 17

Protesting the Wars: Cell Block Graffiti at Richmond Castle

26 Jan 17

Churchill, Attlee and the Generals

19 Jan 17

Wellington's Eastern Front: The Campaigns on the East Coast of Spain, 1810-14

2 Dec 16

Somme: 141 Days, 141 Lives

29 Nov 16

Does Your Country Have the Right to Make You Fight?

15 Nov 16

For King and Another Country: Indian Soldiers in the First World War

8 Nov 16

Kitchener: Hero or Anti-Hero?

2 Nov 16

The Battle of Hastings: 950th Anniversary

27 Oct 16

The Legacy of British Involvement in Afghanistan

13 Oct 16

The Every Man's Club: A Haven from the Hell of the Trenches

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From Fact To Fiction: How the Real-life Stories of Cadbury Women Workers Inspired 'Comforts for the

22 Sep 16

Myths and Legacies of the Battle of the Somme

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National Service

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Rethinking Indian Soldiers and the First World War

14 Dec 15

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30 Nov 15

The Indian Sepoy in First World War Culture: Object, Images, Songs

16 Nov 15

Illiterate but Literary? The Censored Correspondence of Indian Soldiers in France, 1914-1918

2 Nov 15

Remembering the West Indian contribution to the First World War

19 Oct 15

The Secret War: Spies, Codes and Guerrillas 1939-45

8 Oct 15

British Women on the Serbian Front in 1915

5 Oct 15

Black Poppies - Britain's Black Community and the Great War. Stephen Bourne

21 Sep 15

Screening Anzacs - film and television representations of the Anzac experience of the Great War.

7 Sep 15

The First World War in 100 Objects, Professor Gary Sheffield

19 Feb 15

Secret Weapons of WWII

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