This issue Tom spoke with MPS and families for the new book Led By Lions, which re-investigates the service of politicians during WWI (p. 40). Also, you can find the second part of his gripping interview with Burma veteran Dr Robert Callow (p. 48).
Although dismissed as a mere sideshow to the Western and Eastern Fronts, the 1914 Serbian campaign was a critical theatre of the war, as History of War’s group editor-in-chief explores in this first part of his new series (p. 58).
In this issue’s Great Battles, William investigates the Siege of Khe Sanh, which began 50 years ago this month. The clash saw isolated US marines pinned down and fighting for their lives during the early months of the Tet Offensive (p. 70).