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Latest IssuePacked into the July/August 2014 issue of The Armourer
The Forgotten Fortifications of Jersey by John Norris
D-Day: the untold stories of Liberation by Ken Rimell
An Illustrated Look at the British Army of August 1914 The Infantry Regiments (Territorial Force
Battalions) – Part 1 by Ray Westlake
Soviet Specials Part 3 Words by Terry Gander. Drawings by Lyn Haywod
The Legacy of Barnes Wallis by John Norris
Basic Kit, Ingenious Design by Adrian Nisbett
Modern day hero By Bernard Pass
Travel, discover, remember: RBL Remembrance Tours
Bayonet Fact File No. 61: The South African Modified Copy of the British No.9 Bayonet
D-Day – the untold stories of liberation, part 2 By Ken Rimell
Memelland medal By Jamie Cross
‘Nacht und Nebel’ By Yngve Sjodin
Army Trainers and Their Cap Badges Part 1: Officer Establishments and Training/Educational Corps
By Goff Lumley
Squadron Leader Miroslav ‘Tony’ Liskutin The first allied pilot to land in France on the day after D-Day, and take off again as told by Ken Rimell
London War Memorials by Clowance Lawton and Keith Gray
Medal Collecting with Peter Duckers The Indian Order of Merit 1837-1947
Plus a fair day’s work, ask the armourer, auctions, book reviews, European fairs, news & views, club contacts, arms fair diary and much more!