British military history and the female gender

Written by Charis Gambon The military has often been portrayed as a career for males historically. However more females are joining the military and opportunities are beginning to open up for the female sex. In ‘’April 2020, 10.9 per cent of the UK Regular Forces were female (15,900 personnel), as part of a longer term… Read More British military history and the female gender

Blood on the beaches: The Royal Army Medical Corps, D-Day 6th June 1944

Written by Ben Robertson In the 21st century its important to remember and remind those of the generations whose exposure to World War 2 and D-day are limited to games such as “Call of Duty“ and films such as “Saving Private Ryan” and “The Longest Day” about the realities of war. Whilst there are famous images… Read More Blood on the beaches: The Royal Army Medical Corps, D-Day 6th June 1944