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German prisoners near Plum Duff trench, acting as stretcher bearers during the Battle of Messines. 7 June, 1917.

The Russian Revolution: the overthrow of the Tsar, March 1917. Military personnel and civilians reading news-sheets issued by the Duma after the Tsar'’s abdication.


RAVC arms and explosive search dog Sadie, seen here with handler Lance Corporal Yardley was awarded the Dickin Medal in February 2007, for outstanding gallantry and devotion to duty while assigned to the Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Light Infantry during conflict in Afghanistan in 2005. On 14 November 2005 military personnel serving with NATO's International Security Assistance Force in Kabul were involved in two separate attacks. Sadie and Lance Corporal Yardley were…

from The Telegraph

100 of the best things to do in London - part four

The WWII Underground Cabinet War Rooms and Churchill Museum are a must for anyone interested in history; sobering and almost unbelievable.

from Mail Online

By Unity Blott For Mailonline

The monarch arrived in style in her Range Rover flanked by military personnel before she met military personnel, inspected 140 troops and viewed examples of heavy specialist equipment

from Mail Online

The Queen leads tributes at St Paul's memorial service

Duchess of Cambridge - The Queen and the Prime Minister are leading the nation in honouring the servicemen and women who fought and died during the conflict in Afghanistan as part of a commemoration service today at St Paul's Cathedral in London. - 13th March 2015


In 1965 a MASSIVE UFO fleet was spotted by scientists and military personnel from three counties near Antarctica. Both the Arctic and Antarctica are hotspots for UFO sightings. Every once in a while, someone sees something they cannot