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Additional images and specification tables for Part 2 of Paul Scarlata's article on the Austro-Hungarian rifles of the First World War, published in The Armourer January/February ...
Swiss Machine Guns - An overview of Solothurn developments and technical data of the most important Solothurn weapons.
Part 1 of R.J Dennis's article on wartime Israeli accoutrements which featured in the Jan/Feb 2010 issue of The Armourer.
Everyone has heard of Ian Fleming, author and creator of the most well-known spy in films history. Few people, though, know that Fleming was quite a character himself, and that ...
A personal account from Bill Harriman of his grandfather's wartime service, with a dog-eared photo of a young NCO, two medal ribbons, two postcards and a cheap clasp knife.
The collection of World War Two postal history recently acquired by the British Library Philatelic Collections provides an evocative record of wartime events and a personal diary ...
Bill Harriman explores the display dedicated to the skilled artistry behind the rapier: The Noble Art of the Sword: Fashion and fencing in Renaissance Europe.
Protect your collection by properly cataloging and marking your property.
Graham Priest’s tribute to the factory workers producing 8 inches of ‘cold steel’ in defence of the realm - additional images are published here.
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