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History of War - - ISSUE 59 -

TOM GARNER

This month Tom spoke with Sir Tony Robin­son (p. 84) on the im­por­tance of bat­tles in our his­tory, and Tom gives a thrilling ac­count of one such clash in this is­sue’s Great Bat­tles – Ed­ward III’S vic­tory at Crécy (p. 52).

PRO­FES­SOR WIL­LIAM PHILPOTT

Con­clud­ing his se­ries on the Hun­dred Days Of­fen­sive, Pro­fes­sor Philpott de­scribes the last push to­wards de­feat­ing Im­pe­rial Ger­many and how Bri­tish, French and Amer­i­can troops tri­umphed in the fi­nal cam­paign of WWI (p. 60)

STU­ART HADAWAY

RAF re­searcher Stu­art un­cov­ers the ne­glected story of the brave ground crews and aux­il­iary forces that served dur­ing the Bat­tle of Bri­tain. He ex­plores how even the Gen­eral Post Of­fice pro­vided vi­tal sup­port for the fi­nal vic­tory (p. 26).

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