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Arthur Vince was one of several people who used their census for political protest, with others lamenting living conditions.
D-Day was just the start – the Battle of Normandy soon followed.
Learn how the invasion of Normandy was so much more than just an amphibious assault on five beaches...
Did The First World War Spawn The Modern Day Gay Rights Movement?
Gay men like Ian Gleed served with distinction on the front line, finding love and relationships while they served their King and country...
Memories, stories and pictures from WWII and VE Day
With over a million casualties, the Somme is one of the biggest and most infamous battles in history
Here is the story of early special operations from a former special forces and CIA operative, military historian and conflict archaeologist
Aviation historian Chris McNab gives a glimpse into the beginnings of Aerial Doctrine
Charity versus the state – learn how the World War 1 warring nations learnt to rehabilitate their disabled servicemen.
Following the breakout from Normandy in August 1944, the British and Commonwealth forces crossed the Seine between Rouen and Vernon, and ...
Historian Jacob F Field gives a brief tour of Winston Churchill's remarkable military career
The 50-year bond between Aldershot and the UK’s Airborne Forces has been honoured with a 6ft Para cast in bronze.
The monument in Gavrelle in northern France now needs rebuilding with part of it having being destroyed.
A look at what Armed Forces Day means to (and is called in) a selection of other countries around the world.