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)
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).