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WW2 German Infantry Normandy June 1944

WW2 German Infantry Normandy June 1944

By the summer of 1944, the ordinary ‘Landser’ (equivalent to the British Tommy or American GI) presented a far more drab appearance than the superbly tailored soldiers of the 1939-40 ...

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Mike McGuinness visits the sites of two West Saxon Victories.

Mike McGuinness visits the sites of two West Saxon Victories.

Wirtgernesburg AD652 & Peonnan AD658 Mike McGuinness visits the sites of two West Saxon Victories.  Early Saxon Battlefields of WessexAfter the fall of Ceawlin at Wodensburg AD592, the westward expansion ...

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Making a Warbow

Making a Warbow

…yes thank you Steve I worked that out for myself! Trying to draw a 100lb draw weight bow when you are a fifty two year old knackered teacher is going ...

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The Chateaux de Castlenaud, France

The Chateaux de Castlenaud, France

The Château de Castelnaud has had a long and complex history. Built at an important strategic position overlooking the Dordogne and at the junction of two valleys, its command of ...

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