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Latest IssuePacked into the latest issue of The Armourer
An Illustrated Look at the British Army of August 1914 Independent Territorial Force Infantry Regiments and Battalions By Ray Westlake
In my collection: The story of the Yorkshire Pud By Susan Hibbins
The Small World of Miniature Bayonets: A Second Belgian Bakelite Letter-Opener and an American Legion Souvenir By R.D.C. Evans
Remembrance Tour of India With war veteran Marsali Wood and her daughter Karen Nevshehir
A-Z of the Warsaw Pact By Richard Hollingdale
Great War Americanmade Russian Rifles and Bayonets. By Graham Pries
A sea-wolf off Australia (or A torpedo for Christmas) By Eric Wiseman
Operation Oman By Ashley Carter
POW Camp Jersey By John Norris
Two WWI VC winners buried at home By Ken Rimell
Plus: A Fair day's work • Under the Hammer • Book Reviews • Ask the Armourer • News & Views • Collectors Corner • Arms Fair Diary