Britain At War





    Britain at War Magazine

    Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, the World’s Leading Aviation Publisher.
    Published monthly, Britain at War is dedicated to exploring every aspect of Britain’s involvement in conflicts from the turn of the 20th century through to modern day. From World War I to the Falklands, World War II to Iraq, readers are able to re-live decisive moments in Britain’s history through fascinating insight combined with rare and previously unseen photography.
    Regular features include:
    • Latest News: All the latest events and discoveries from around the UK
    • Conflict re-lived: Detailed features and analysis on Britain’s major historical events
    • Camera at War: Events captured through photography, bringing conflict to life in new ways.
    • Inside View: Personal accounts from those involved in conflicts and major military events
    • Products and Reviews: Appraisals of the latest military history events, merchandise and book releases

    And much more!

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    Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is copyright 2017. All rights reserved.

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    Users comments for Britain At War

    Billy Sherratt

    by Billy Sherratt

    Oct 25, 2014  |  "Poor"

    Will not let me download the app on my samsung note 12.2 . Please fix asap

    John B. D'Ambrosio

    by John B. D'Ambrosio

    Apr 29, 2014  |  "Poor"

    You must pay, pay, pay only the link here is free and I could have researched it myself! False leading headline people...

    Ade Beattie

    by Ade Beattie

    Apr 06, 2014  |  "Poor"

    Worst app I've used. Magazine has missing pages. Don't bother with it.

    John Austin

    by John Austin

    Nov 17, 2013  |  "Poor"

    I was only able to view 33% of the magazine despite the fact that it was indicated 100% downloaded. The download took ages. It is a shame as I was keen to be able to use my tablet to read magazines.