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  • S.A.S. - The History of the Special Air Service Regiment [photo]
    The SAS are the most famous Special Forces group in the World and are unquestionably the most skillful and successful Special Forces unit. Formed at the outset of WW2 due to the need for small, highly trained units to go in behind enemy lines, the SAS' first successful mission was in 1941. Origin..
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  • BBC The Scientific Guide to a Healthier You [photo]
    Everyone's lives are busy, making it all too easy to fill up on unhealthy snacks or skip a sensible bedtime. But it can be hard to track down truly useful health advice. In this special edition of BBC Focus Magazine, experts reveal the science behind what really works. Inside you'll find… In-..
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  • Muse Magazine Issue 9 February 2018 Angelina Jolie [photo]
    What even is love? It’s not quite the ontological foray I’d imagined - you know the Ancient Greeks imagined types of love as part of a life science? – but a feature on love’s constitution does shed light on stages of love, why we fall in it and whether we stay there. Of course, for all the factors t..
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  • Muse Magazine Issue 9 February 2018 [photo]
    What even is love? It’s not quite the ontological foray I’d imagined - you know the Ancient Greeks imagined types of love as part of a life science? – but a feature on love’s constitution does shed light on stages of love, why we fall in it and whether we stay there. Of course, for all the factors t..
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  • Battle of Britain - The Fight for the Sky [photo]
    The Battle of Britain took place between July and October 1940. The Germans needed to control the English Channel to launch their invasion of Britain. To control the Channel the Germans needed control of the air. This meant that they had to take on Fighter Command, led by Sir Hugh Dowding, of the..
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  • BBC The Story of the Ancient World [photo]
    Who could fail to be fascinated by the ancient world? From the pyramids of Egypt to the great emperors of Rome, it is filled with astonishing stories, momentous achievements and people who can be both surprisingly similar and utterly different to those of today. In this special edition of BBC His..
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  • Muse Magazine Issue 8 January 2018 [photo]
    If you imagine change as a mandate coinciding with the start of the calendar year (look for the word ‘transformation’, and possibly a tantalising timeline such as 12 weeks), keep enjoying that d’affinois. As motivators, prescribed ideals do a lousy job. While they may seem like ‘towards’ goals – and..
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  • Minecraft Explorer magazine - Issue 1 [photo]
    Way back in 2009, nobody would have expected a small studio like Mojang to take the world by storm with a product like Minecraft. Can you even imagine pitching a game like this to a publisher during that period? In a market full of big budget shooters and cookie cutter open world adventures, where i..
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  • Pretty Patchwork Gifts [photo]
    Patchwork can be modern, fresh, contemporary, vintage, whimsical, subtle, bright, colourful, floral, or whatever you wish it to be. In this book I present my own take on making pretty patchwork projects, both for the home and as gifts, and each chapter features full instructions and illustrations in..
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  • The BBC Vikings and Anglo-Saxons [photo]
    From the crumbling of Roman rule in the fifth century AD until the triumph of the Normans (themselves descended from Norsemen) in 1066, Britain’s – and especially England’s – history is dominated by two groups: the Anglo-Saxons and the Vikings. Both originating in northern Europe, the Anglo-Saxons a..
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  • Behind Enemy Lines - Secret Operations in World War Two [photo]
    There were many secret missions behind enemy lines in WW2. 1940 was a grim year for Britain. The war looked hopeless; France had fallen to the Nazis, and there were widespread fears of a German invasion of Britain. The French needed help. It was decided to develop a new volunteer fighting force to w..
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  • Fighter Aces - Combat Pilots of the Great War
    Reading some of the experiences of British airmen of the Royal Flying Corps, as recorded, organised and published by Peter Hart, Oral Historian at the Imperial War Museum Sound Archive, is as gripping as any imaginative work of fiction and deserves as wide a reading public as is possible. That gener..
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