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Exclusively commissioned for Military Times, this battle map illustrates the positioning of German and British airforces during the afternoon battle of Battle
Isandlwana was perhaps the greatest defeat inflicted on the British redcoats by native warriors in imperial history. To read the full article, see
As they enjoy their sparse meal at Beaumont-Hamel on 25 December 1916, the men seem indifferent to a fellow soldier’s grave just
This bustling black-and-white photograph offers an atmospheric view of a natural harbour crowded with ships, campaign tents, livestock and supplies. Titled Cossack
With its warm tones and bustling figures, this month’s image could – at first glance – appear almost to represent a scene
In May 1944, an official document was prepared by Jürgen Stroop detailing the suppression of the Warsaw Uprising. The 75-page report was
The 16th (The Queen’s) Lancers (3rd Cavalry Brigade) advancing from the Marne to the Aisne, September 1914 Keith Robinson studies the aesthetics
Belgian Carabiniers with dog-drawn heavy machine-gun, 1914 Marching toward the camera, and shot from a low angle, these Belgian Carabiniers are given
This image exudes orderliness and power. Strong horizontals, emphasised by the landscape format, suggest stability and a sense of balance. Much like
Perched on sofas and peering in from every angle, these Allied officers were obviously desperate to catch a glimpse of the momentous
The boneyard here at Davis-Monthan was established in 1946 to store WWII bombers and transports.