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World's worst weapons
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In times of war, scientists and inventors developing weapons experiment with strange and new ideas. Some of these weapons prove to be war winners, lik...
Visual encyclopedia of military aircraft
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The history of aviation is full of striking and unusual designs, from the biplanes and triplanes of World War I, through the giant bombers and streaml...

The gunpowder age
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The Chinese invented gunpowder and began exploring its military uses as early as the 900s, four centuries before the technology passed to the West. Bu...
V2 the A4 rocket from Peenemunde to Redstone
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Drawing on a wide range of archive sources, rare personal accounts and interviews conducted with personnel associated with the A4/V2 program, rocketry expert Murray R. Barber traces the origins of the V2 and presents a detailed view of the research conducted at the secret, experimental rocket-testing facility at Kummersdorf West and the vast, infam

The art of combat
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First published in 1570, Joachim MeyerÆs The Art of Combat is among the most important texts in the rich corpus of German martial arts treatises of t...
Drone theory
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Drone Theory is Gregoire Chamayou's poignant and sharply argued polemic against US drone warfare.In 2011 alone, the US deployed one drone strike every...

The  Trapdoor  Springfield
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Intended to replace the proliferation of different small arms fielded by US forces during the American Civil War, the Trapdoor Springfield was desig...
Italian Rapier Combat
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The world encyclopedia of swords and sabres
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More than 500 ancient and modern weapons from around the world shown in expert detail.
Hitler's revenge weapons
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From September 1940 until May 1941, Britain - especially Greater London - suffered heavily under a barrage of day and night-time raids by the then mig...

Mortars in World War II
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Mortars were used throughout the Second World War by all armies and in all theatres. Although a very simple weapon they could greatly enhance the fire...
Japanese arms and armour
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Japan is a mysterious and beguiling country, steeped in the deepest of traditions yet strikingly modern. Here, Curator Emeritus Ian Bottomley sheds li...

(Wired for war)
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In Wired for War, P. W. Singer explores the great-est revolution in military affairs since the atom bomb: the dawn of robotic warfare. We are on the c...
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In this second half of the 18th century, military tactics changed, going from static siege tactics to rapid manoeuvres, giving the cavalry a predomina...

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Little more than ten years ago drones were barely used, but now more than 50 countries have them in service and they are not only changing how wars ar...
Countdown to zero day
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A top cybersecurity journalist tells the story behind the virus that sabotaged Iran's nuclear efforts and shows how its existence has ushered in a new...

T-54/55 the Soviet army's cold war main battle tank
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The Soviet T-54/55 is probably the best-known tank of the Cold War, and it was produced in greater numbers that any other tank in history. It first we...
Artillery of the Napoleonic Wars
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Napoleonic artillery can usually be divided into two types: field, or light artillery which was employed by the armies on campaign and in the field an...

Nuclear weapons
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Despite not having been used in anger since Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the atomic bomb is still the biggest threat that faces us in the 21st century. As ...
Women in Uniform
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Women's participation in the Second World War is often overlooked, yet thousands of them wore their uniform, working mainly as nurses, but offering al...

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