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War In Focus
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth stand among the rubble of Buckingham Palace’s chapel, destroyed by a German bomb. Although the palace was bombed several times during the war, the King and his family refused to leave the danger of the capital. “I a
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Aliwal
Sometime between 8 and 15 December 1845, Sikh forces crossed the Sutlej River in the Punjab, in northwest India. The exact date of the crossing is a subject of debate, but the result is not – war had broken out between the Sikh Empire and the British
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De Havilland Sea Vixen
The de Havilland DH110 was a twin-engined, two-seat, twin-boom strike fighter, designed to a series of late 1940s Royal Air Force and Fleet Air Arm requirements for a night-fighter. After a lengthy development period (which included redesign after a