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036: Winter 1992

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115: May 2019

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Aftermath: 1918–1924, Years that Shaped the Twentieth Century

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By Graham Berry  Twentieth Century Austin Macauley, £8.99, 206pp, ills. ISBN: 978 1 78693 737 7  Hindsight is a wonderful thing, yet, it is nonetheless tantalising to pose the question: had the leaders of the Great Powers known what they were about to destroy, would they still have embarked on war in 1914? As is clear from the title, this is not …


19th July 1919 Peace Day in Britain

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This article first appeared in Bulletin 114, the internal news and information magazine for members of The Western Front Association. [Available in print or digital formats]. Comprising a military procession that wound its way for seven miles through central London, crossing and re-crossing the Thames, where warships formed a Naval Pageant, alon…


Ep. 149 – The Amritsar Massacre – Vanessa Holburn

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Journalist and writer Vanessa Holburn talks about her recent book on the 1919 Amritsar Massacre. This is published by Pen & Sword.