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Latest IssuePacked into the latest issue of The Armourer
Hobart’s ‘Funnies - Amphibious tanks and the ‘DD’ Shermans. By Gerald Prenderghast
Lusitania - A pictorial record by Greg Taylor, author of LUSITANIA R.E.X.
An Illustrated Look at the British Army of August 1914 - Yeomanry Regiments - Part Two
By Ray Westlake
German Military Rifle Cartridges, Part II From Peking to Afghanistan By Paul Scarlata
Stable Belts - By John Bodsworth
Bayonets Fact File No. 63: The American Commercial Zero Tolerance ZT-9 Bayonet of 2009
By R.D.C. Evans
Allied vs Axis: Rifles of World War II In the latest in the series things get fully-auto
as Benjamin Russell reports from Las Vegas
British Fighting Positions By Yngve Sjodin
Medal Collecting with Peter Duckers ‘The Hut Tax War’ in Sierra Leone: a forgotten colonial campaign
The Modest Soldier - By Ken Rimell
Medals of The Great War: Part Four: the British War Medal By Peter Duckers
Behind the Scenes at the Tank Museum
Plus: A Fair day's work • Under the Hammer • Book Reviews • Ask the Armourer • News & Views • Collectors Corner • Arms Fair Diary