“Goebbels recognized it as a tale that could easily be fashioned into an indictment of British society.”
FOR MORE THAN 100 years, the RMS Titanic has fascinated the world. Not surprisingly, the story of the supposedly “unsinkable” ocean liner that foundered
HACKSAW RIDGE, a new World War Two film from Oscar winning actor/director Mel Gibson, is set to burst onto screens next week. The film, which won rave reviews at the at the Venice Film Festival last month, tells the true story of Desmond
“Publishers, app developers and filmmakers have been turning out a growing body of content to help mark the historic milestone.”
IN MANY WAYS, the 1916 Somme offensive symbolizes the carnage and futility of the wider First World War: It was an industrial-scale slaughter
“The grandson of John Jellicoe, the British admiral in command at Jutland, has released a short film about the battle.”
NEXT MONTH MARKS the 100th anniversary of the First World War’s greatest naval engagement: The Battle of Jutland.
Britain’s National Museum
“In honour of Sunday’s 88th Academy Awards, MilitaryHistoryNow.com is offering up this salute to Oscar-winning war films.”
DID YOU KNOW that the first Best Picture Oscar ever went to a war movie?
The 1927 drama Wings, starring Gary Copper and Clara
“I don’t think these are just the best, most exciting, dramatic stories ever told, I think they’re also our best guide to help us make sense of the modern world and all its complexities. History matters.”
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