26th February 2015 at 17:06
NEUVE CHAPELLE: THE FIRST OFFENSIVE
The battle of Neuve Chapelle 100 years ago saw the first organised British 'big push' of the First World War and had mixed outcomes. We look at the significance of that action and the important lessons learned by both sides.
With the threat of invasion during 1940 secret units were set up to counter and harry the invading forces 'behind the lines'. We look at some accounts relating to these mysterious units.
THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY
German POW Oberleutnant Franz von Werra was famous as 'The One That Got Away'. We take a look at his extraordinary tale but focus particularly on the story behind his Messerschmitt 109 captured during the Battle of Britain.
LAST ROLL OF THE DICE
When the Luftwaffe launched its final offensive on 1 January 1945 it caught the RAF unawares and on the ground. While the damage inflicted was serious, one RAF ground-crew member portrayed the lighter side of things through a set of cartoons.
AND MUCH MORE!
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