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  1. 2506 Sidearms of the Great War2018/11/04
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  2. 2505 Le Grand Derangement2018/10/21
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  3. 2304 The French Campaign in Egypt and Syria, 1798-1801 - Part 22018/10/05

    Although a good amount of time was allowed to prepare for the operation, the campaign itself was poorly planned. Inexplicably, the 13,000 men Napoleon led across the Sinai desert towards Syria in January 1799 were not properly equipped for the desert conditions. Dur: 29mins File: .mp3
  4. 2503 The French Campaign in Egypt and Syria, 1798-1801 - Part 12018/09/16
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  5. 2502 Remember Scarborough2018/09/02

    On the morning of 16 December 1914, at around 8am, the German battlecruisers SMS Von der Tann and Derfflinger opened fire on the British coastal resort of Scarborough. For the town's inhabitants the shelling seemed indiscriminate, the prominent Grand Hotel was hit a number of times, as was the medieval castle overlooking the bay and residential parts of the town. Dur: 24mins File: .mp3
  6. 2501 Braddock's Defeat – Washington and the Battle of Monongahela2018/08/19

    In 1753, the Governor of the colony of Virginia sent George Washington, who was a twenty one year old major in the Virginia militia, to the French Fort LeBoeuf near Lake Erie in the Ohio Valley, to demand the French leave the area. This ultimatum was rejected and Washington returned to deliver the message. Dur: 20mins File: .mp3
  7. 2410 The Battle For Dorking and Spy Fever2018/05/21
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  8. 2409 The Raid on the Medway 16672018/05/06
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  9. 2408 The Battle of Assaye2018/04/22
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  10. 2407 Led By Lions2018/04/08
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  11. 2406 You could be the next Alexander the Great2018/03/25
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  12. 2405 The Battle of Bunker Hill - Part 22018/03/11

    British soldiers in Boston were furious. They were pent up in the city by a bunch of farmers and merchants while their commander seemingly did nothing. April turned to May. The militia forces grew stronger as more companies joined the siege. By now, four colonies were represented at Boston: Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire. Dur: 27mins File: .mp3
  13. 2404 The Battle of Bunker Hill - Part 12018/02/25
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  14. 2403 Caesar2018/02/11
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  15. 2402 Mikhail Petrovic Devyataev2018/01/28
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  16. 2401 Fort Necessity and the Battle of Jumonville Glen2018/01/15

    In the year 1754, twenty two year old George Washington was on a mission from the Governor of Virginia to enforce the colony's land claim on the area of western Pennsylvania. The French forces had just built Fort Duquesne (modern day Pittsburgh) as a means to solidify their claim to the land. At this time both England and France had started to develop the area. Dur: 15mins File: .mp3
  17. Darkest Hour2017/12/10

    Something a little different for you with this episode, we were offered the opportunity to speak to Anthony McCarten the scriptwriter of the new film about Winston Churchill in 1940, ‘Darkest Hour’.
  18. 2309 Samurai - Part 22017/11/26
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  19. 2308 Samurai - Part 12017/11/12
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  20. 2307 The Battle of the Medak Pocket 19932017/10/30
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  21. 2306 The Battle of Worringen - Part 22017/10/15
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  22. 2305 The Battle of Worringen - Part 12017/10/01

    The Limburg War of Succession began in 1283, and ended with the Battle of Worringen on June 5, 1288, fought fifteen kilometers north of Cologne. On this day, Duke Jean I of Brabant fought Count Henry VI of Luxembourg for the rights to the Duchy of Limburg. Dur: 15mins File: .mp3
  23. 2304 Operation Frankton, The Cockleshell Heroes2017/09/17

    Operation Frankton, which took place from 7th to 12th December 1942, had the intention of sending a handful of Royal Marines paddling 70 miles up the River Gironde during the hours of darkness with the goal of laying limpet mines on enemy shipping to disrupt German operations out of the port of Bordeaux. Dur: 14mins File: .mp3
  24. 2303 WW1 Artillery2017/09/03
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  25. 2302 Achtung Panzer2017/08/20

    This week we re-run a classic episode from Season 2 (due to a scheduling error and not having a script quite ready!). We didn't want to put out anything rushed, so we hope you enjoy this re-run of one of episodes from the archives. Dur: 13mins File: .mp3

  26. 2301 The Battle of Bushy Run2017/08/06

    Fort Duquesne, a French outpost fort in present day Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was strategically placed where the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers merge into the Ohio River. The Ohio then flows into the Mississippi River producing an important waterway linking Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. Dur: 17mins File: .mp3
  27. 2210 Burma 44-452017/06/04
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  28. 2209 The Bayonet2017/05/21

    When we consider the bayonet (off the rifle), its history is the history of all direct combat warfare. In modern times, if you are in personal combat where your last device is your bayonet, it means a lot of things have gone wrong for you to be in that situation. Do you have what it takes to survive? The next two minutes will tell. Dur: 24mins File: .mp3
  29. 2208 Why should we learn about Medieval Warfare?2017/05/07

    Many of you will be aware we have other military history podcasts, Angus's WW2 Podcats and the Ancient Warfare Podcast. Well we have a new one for you: Medieval Warfare hosted the Peter Konieczny. For those who have not already had a listen here is the first episode where Peter discusses why we should study Medieval Warfare. Dur: 40mins File: .mp3
  30. 2207 Pamwe Chete! Part II - The Nyadzonya Raid2017/04/23
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  31. 2206 Bloody Antietam2017/04/09
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  32. 2205 Resistance in the Netherlands2017/03/26
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  33. 2204 War Words2017/03/13
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  34. 2203 The Battle of Borodino2017/02/26

    The fighting on the 7th of September 1812 would be the bloodiest day of the Napoleonic war. The French victory would open the road to Moscow, but the failure to finally smash the Russian's in the field would ultimately prove fatal for Napoleon's Grand Armee. Dur: 20mins File: .mp3
  35. 2202 Clausewitz and Friction2017/02/12
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  36. 2201 The Battles of Imphal and Kohima2017/01/29
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  37. Ben-Hur2016/12/11
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  38. 2111 Financing War2016/11/27
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  39. 2110 The Battle of Hattin2016/11/13
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  40. Wars at the edge of empires2016/11/07
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  41. 2109 12th Armoured Division - The 'Hellcats' at Herrlisheim2016/10/30
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  42. 2108 WW2_Auxilliary_Cruiser_Kormoran2016/10/16
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  43. A Flocking Nightmare2016/10/03
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  44. 2107 The Hanseatic League2016/10/02
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  45. 2106 The Siege of Khartoum and the Death of Gordon2016/09/18
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  46. Rome vs Poisonous Pontus2016/09/05
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  47. 2105 Eugene of Savoy2016/09/04
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  48. 2104 The Battle of Franklin2016/08/21
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  49. Design to Table2016/08/17
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  50. 2103 The Cataphract2016/08/07

    Throughout history there have been many versions of armoured cavalrymen. In the west we might typically think back to the medieval Knight. Dig down a little deeper and we find that its precursor was the Frankish panzerotti from the 8th 9th and 10th century, however long before this with its Origins in Iran was the cataphract. Dur: 16mins File: .mp3
  51. 2102 The Cushing Brothers - Part 22016/07/24
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  52. Wars in Hellenistic Egypt2016/07/17

    In this episode we look at Ancient Warfare Magazine Vol X, issue 2 "Wars in Hellenistic Egypt: Kingdom of the Ptolemies ".

    We have a big group of guests with usuals Josho, Murray, Mark and Lindsay, also joining us is Marc de Santis and Seán Hußmann.
  53. 2101 The Cushing Brothers - Part 12016/07/10
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  54. The Archidamian War2016/06/17
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  55. Why we game2016/06/13

    In this pilot episode of the podcast Guy Bowers (editor WSS Magazine ), Jasper Oorthuys (managing director at Karwansaray Publishers ) and Angus Wallace (some guy who makes podcasts ) investigate why people play wargames and where does the hobby come from.

    You can find the podcast on Facebook.com/WSSMagazine .
  56. The Aftermath of Battle2016/05/13
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  57. 2010 The Torpedo2016/05/08
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  58. 2009 The Aleutian Islands Campaign2016/04/25
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  59. 2008 The Battle of Naseby and the New Model Army2016/04/11
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  60. Warriors of the Hellenistic Age2016/03/29

    In this episode we’ll be looking at Ancient Warfare Magazine volume 9, issue 5 “At the point of a Sarissa: Warriors of the Hellenistic age”

    To discuss the topic Angus is joined by Josho Browuers, Murray Dahm and Marc de Santis.
  61. 2007 The Lovat Scouts2016/03/27
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  62. 2006 The Schlieffen Plan – A Pistol Cocked at England's Heart2016/03/13
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  63. 2005 Pamwe Chete! The Story of the Selous Scouts2016/02/28
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  64. 2004 Vlad Dracula, Prince of Wallachia: part 22016/02/14
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  65. The First Punic War2016/02/12
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  66. 2003 Vlad Dracula, Prince of Wallachia - Part 12016/01/31
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  67. 2002 Commerce Raiders: WW12016/01/17
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  68. 2001 The Battle of Ilipa2016/01/03
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  69. The Hittites and their Successors2015/12/20
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  70. SPECIAL - The Lancaster Bomber2015/11/15
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  71. The ascendancy of Thebes2015/11/13
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  72. 1911 Pike and Shot2015/11/01

    During the 15th Century Swiss Pikemen dominated the battlefield. Fighting as mercenaries these well drilled, professional soldiers, would provide the backbone to many European armies. The Spanish introduction of the Arquebusiers into their armies would prove to be their achilles heel to pike units and ushered in the era of "Pike and Shot". Dur: 25mins File: .mp3
  73. 1910 War by Timetable: The Train2015/10/18
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  74. 1909 The Colt Single Action Army2015/10/04
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  75. The end of empire: the fall of Rome2015/10/02
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  76. 1908 Phocion’s Sword: Prussian Militarism, and Navalism2015/09/20
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  77. 1907 Helmet2015/09/06
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  78. 1906 Protecting Hitler2015/08/23
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  79. 1905 Contant Peg2015/08/09
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  80. The Roman Conquest of Greece2015/07/31
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  81. 1904 The Gay Apocalypse: The July Crisis, and Remoter Causes of the First World War2015/07/26
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  82. 1903 The Battle of Le Hamel2015/07/12
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  83. 1902 Englandspiel2015/06/28

    The Abwehr, the German intelligence service during the second world war was not known for its resounding successes. But in Nazi occupied Netherlands its Operation North Pole, or "the England Game" was a resounding success. Captured resistance agents tried to warn their British handlers, but to no avail. Agents were repeatedly inserted, captured and executed. Dur: 22mins File: .mp3
  84. 1901 The War in the Air on the Western Front - 1914-19182015/06/13
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  85. The Jewish-Roman wars2015/06/12
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  86. The Seleucid Empire at War2015/05/08
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  87. 1810 The Dardanelles2015/04/19

    From the time of Homer a small strait of water from the aegean to the black sea has proved both a strategic crossing point and a symbolic one, being the divide between Europe and Asia. It has provided a line from which invasions have started, and a channel when blocked that prevents access to the wider world from the Black sea. Dur: 23mins File: .mp3
  88. 1809 Flower Wars and Hungry Gods - Warfare of the Aztecs2015/04/05
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  89. 1808 Parcels From Home2015/03/22
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  90. Swift as the wind across the plains: Horsemen of the Steppes2015/03/20
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  91. 1807 Gas Warfare in WW12015/03/08
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  92. 1806 The Siege of Yorktown2015/02/22
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  93. War, trade and adventure: struggles of the Ionian Greeks2015/02/13
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  94. 1805 Marcus Agrippa2015/02/08
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  95. 1804 Operation Foxley: The Assassination of Hitler2015/01/25

    On the 23rd July 1998, the Public Records Office published a number of files, that had previously been held in secret, in respect of activities planned and undertaken by the Special Operations Executive, or SOE, in Western Europe during the Second World War. Dur: 24mins File: .mp3
  96. Deserters, defectors, traitors2015/01/23
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  97. 1803 Napoleonic Cavalry2015/01/11

    The musket might have revolutionised the battlefield, allowing relatively unskilled levees to become truly dominant. But up until the machine guns of the first world war stopped the cavalry in their tracks, the mounted horseman had a vital role to play in any conflict. Dur: 28mins File: .mp3
  98. 1802 The Battle of Ramilles2014/12/28

    Marlborough, following his victory at Blenheim in August of 1704, attempted to exploit the situation even further by campaigning in the Moselle Valley. Due to the lack of political will of his Dutch Allies together with a shortage of supplies and the autumn rains fast approaching, Marlborough ordered his forces into winter quarters. Dur: 23mins File: .mp3
  99. 1801 Caen, 19442014/12/14
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  100. 1710 Hobart's Funnies - Funnies2014/11/07
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