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The compelling narrative of Military History Matters, and its authoritative detail, transports you to the thick of battle, from the 20th-century to the ancient world.
Was Jutland the battle that won the First World War? What really happened at Waterloo? Should the Anglo-Saxons have triumphed at the Battle of Hastings? What went on inside Hitler's 'Wolf's Lair'? In each issue you can expect more than just reported stories: our extended features tell you what really happened, why decisions were made, and, importantly, who really won.
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- Nazi strike: Barbarossa, the biggest invasion in history
- Disaster in the wilderness: Braddock at Monongahela, 1755
- The Butterfly Effect at war: how small events have big consequences
- Crusader strategy: a contradiction in terms?
- The last French invasion of Britain: Fishguard, February 1797
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