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On 13 November, former officer of the United States Navy, naval aviator and recipient of the Medal of Honor, Thomas J. Hudner Jr. passed away, aged 93. Continue Reading

Remembrance Sunday 2017

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Today is Remembrance Sunday in the United Kingdom and across the Commonwealth of Nations, where we take time to reflect and remember those who have died in wars since World War I.  Below is a very fitting and touching tribute from The Royal British Legion, which features the famous war poem, 'In Flanders Fields'. The poem was written by Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae following the funeral of Lieutenant Alexis Helmer, who was killed at the Second Battle of Ypres. Since its first publication in the magazine Punch in December 1915, the poem has remained incredibly popular. Continue Reading

Armistice Day 2017

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The 'eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month' in 2017 marks the 99th anniversary of the signing of the armistice between Germany and the Allies at Compiègne, France.  Today we remember those who died during the World Wars and the conflicts that followed.  Below is a clip of the first Armistice Day, as some of the biggest cities in the world celebrated the end of the conflict on the Western Front. Continue Reading

Case Red Quiz

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To get you in the mood for the publication of Robert Forczyk's brilliant new book Case Red, we have put together a quiz about the operation. How many can you get right?Continue Reading
Yesterday, Epic History TV's Alexander the Great series came to an end with the concluding fourth part of the fantastic series...Continue Reading
Read more about this month's book vote and find out the winner of October's vote...Continue Reading

The Sinking of USS Hornet

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Today marks the 75th anniversary of the conclusion of the Battle of Santa Cruz of World War II... Continue Reading

Robert Dodd and the Battle of Trafalgar

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On 21 October 1805, 27 British Royal Navy ships attacked 33 French and Spanish vessels off Cape Trafalgar.  Less than a month later, an illustration was published by the artist Robert Dodd showing the British ships audaciously approaching the enemy line in the opening phase of the battle.Continue Reading
Part 3 of EpicHistoryTV's incredible new YouTube series!Continue Reading

Sneak Peek at January's Artwork

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Once again, it’s time to reveal some of the incredible artwork featured in our upcoming titles...Continue Reading

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