Last year Angus talked to Irish Historian Bernard Kelly about his book “Military Internees, Prisoners of War and the Irish
We bring Michael Livingston and Kelly DeVries to talk about which battles from the Middle Ages we would have really
When we consider the bayonet (off the rifle), its history is the history of all direct combat warfare. In modern
The role of the International Committee of the Red Cross during WWII is complicated. Closely bound to Switzerland the ICRC
With Jasper back in the editors chair at Ancient Warfare Magazine he joins regulars Marc DeSantis and Mark McCaffery to
Just in time for the latest movie about the legendary medieval ruler, we speak with Christopher Berard about King Arthur.
Many of you will be aware we have other military history podcasts, Angus’s WW2 Podcast and the Ancient Warfare Podcast.
Peter is joined by two guests – Niall Christie and Michael Fulton – to talk about the papers they gave at
The naval clash at in the Coral sea was pivotal in the war against Japan. Since the attack on Pearl Harbor
The Wargames, Soldiers and Strategy team, with the Karwansaray the publisher, were present at Salute in London. Between manning the stand and