This month Tom was privileged to interview Dr Robert Callow about his experiences serving on sabotage missions in Burma during WWII (p. 46). You can read the conclusion of this incredible story in the next issue of HISTORY OF WAR.
In the third and final part of his history of the Bangladesh War of Independence,
Miguel looks at how the brief but bloody conflict came to a dramatic end, leaving behind a new nation and a precarious balance of power in South Asia (p. 66).
Shortly after the 1807 Slave Trade Act was passed, the Royal Navy was preparing to take the fight to slaver vessels still operating in the Atlantic Ocean. Over on page 60 David explores the incredible story of the West Africa Squadron.