Military History

Notwithstanding our favourite WWII stories, derring-do doesn’t win wars

Professor Jeremy Black offers Graham Stewart a crash course in the history of war

Graham Stewart and Jeremy Black on how the British military has been shaped over the last two hundred years

A.S.H. Smyth yomps to the scant, wind-battered ruins of the first British colony on the Falkland Islands

Professor Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about the future role of Britain’s armed forces

Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss the performance of the British forces in the war on terror

How Britain’s armed forces adapted to new challenges following the end of the Cold War

This is a starkly different interpretation on the proliferation of written constitutions and rams it home with cogency and panache

Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss the British army’s thirty year deployment in Northern Ireland during The Troubles

Professor Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss Britain’s military campaigns in the 1950s and 1960s