A British heavy gun in action (PA)
Britain's wartime prime minister Winston Churchill Prime and US president Franklin D Roosevelt in Morocco at
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British soldiers transfer children refugees from the Aliyah Bet ("illegal" immigration) ship
Irish troops rest during World War II.
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Map reveals terrifying scale of Home Front during First World War
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In the process of researching and writing Fighting the People's War – the first in-depth history of the British and Commonwealth armies in the second World ...
Kasserine Pass: America's Most Humiliating Defeat of World War II
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Triple Alliance and Triple Entente in Europe on the Eve of World War I
Book cover for The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
Easter HEATWAVE: Heat chart turns BLACK as Britain ENGULFED by 25C temperatures at weekend
map showing Sykes-Picot lines
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The British Army in the UK- Evacuation From Dunkirk, May-June
German machinegun on the Eastern Front, protected by trench and dense bands of barbed wire
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America enters the First World War
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As I write I am staring with incredulity at my polling card for the European elections on May 23. The very idea that this contest is going ahead, ...
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Royal Irish Rifles, 1916.
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Massive Fire Tears Through Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris
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A Beginner's Guide to World War I
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FDR and Churchill at the Casablanca Conference
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BMW admits 'profound regret' for using Nazi slave labour during the Second World War
Kenneth T. Jackson is the Jacques Barzun Professor in History and the Social Sciences. He is also the director of the Herbert H. Lehman Center for American ...
A specific section from 1914 to 1919 dominated by the German flag illustrates how Germany's influence
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Spanish Civil War: A testing ground for Second World War
During the Second World War the UK allowed the US free access to a number of RAF airfields. US forces have remained in a number of these and other ...
World War II: Before the War
The assassination of Austrian crown prince Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie, both pictured here
IWM (Q 70169) Still from film of the Battle of the Somme. Outbreak of War
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In important ways, the American Civil War anticipated the transformations that have so often been attributed to the years between 1914 and 1918.
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History of Northern Ireland
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New Zealand World War 1 machine gun post on the Somme, near Mailly-Maillet, France, 31 March, 1918. Individual soldiers unidentified.
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The Shots That Rocked the World
British and Commonwealth graves in Tyne Cot Cemetery, Ypres, Belgium. The Government is
Neutral Countries in World War I
Robert Harris: taking a more nuanced view of the second World War. Photograph:
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