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ShipCraft 25: German Destroyers Tiger I and Tiger II Tanks, German Army and Waffen-SS, The Last Battles in the West, 1945 ShipCraft 10: Bismarck & Tirpitz ShipCraft 6: German S-Boats

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Sherman Tanks of the British Army and Royal Marines ShipCraft 20: Scharnhorst and Gneisenau Flight Craft 16: The Hawker Hunter in British Service T-54/55

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Flight Craft: Avro Lancaster 1945-1965 Tank Destroyer The Jeep Jagdpanther Tank Destroyer

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Coming soon: The History Behind Game of Thrones

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Preorder now and save 20% off: The History Behind Game of Thrones – The North Remembers by David C. Weinczok.

A wall in the distant north cuts the world in two. Ruthless seaborne warriors raid the coasts from their war galleys, yearning to regain lost glories. A young nobleman and his kin are slaughtered under a banner of truce within a mighty castle. A warrior king becomes a legend when he smites his foe with one swing of his axe during a nation-forging battle. Yet this isn’t Westeros – it’s Scotland.

Game of Thrones is history re-imagined as fantasy; Beyond the Wall turns the tables, using George R. R. Martin’s extraordinary fictional universe as a way to understand the driving forces and defining moments from Scotland’s story. Why were castles so important? Was there a limit to the powers a medieval king could use – or abuse? What was the reality of being under siege? Was there really anything that can compare to the destructive force of dragons? By joining forces, Westeros and Scotland hold the answers.

Writer and presenter David C. Weinczok draws on a vast array of characters, events, places, and themes from Scottish history that echo Game of Thrones at every dramatic turn. Visit the castle where the real Red Wedding transpired, encounter the fearsome historical tribes beyond Rome’s great wall, learn how a blood-red heart became the most feared sigil in Scotland, and much more.

By journey’s end, the cogs in the wheels of Martin’s world and Scottish history will be laid bare, as well as the stories of those who tried to shape – and sometimes even break – them.

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German Battleship Helgoland Parliament’s Generals

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Suzie Grogan on Dan Snow’s History Hit podcast

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Shell Shocked Britain – The First World War’s Legacy for Britain’s Mental Health author Suzie Grogan has been featured on the History Hit podcast, chatting to Dan Snow about the ‘hidden illness’ of World War One, now better known as shellshock or PTSD.

Download the podcast via History Hit: Shellshock with Suzie Grogan.

About the book: We know that millions of soldiers were scarred by their experiences in the First World War trenches, but what happened after they returned home?

Suzie Grogan reveals the First World War’s disturbing legacy for soldiers and their families. How did a nation of broken men, and ‘spare’ women cope?

In 1922 the British Parliament published a report into the situation of thousands of ‘service patients’, or mentally ill ex-soldiers still in hospital. What happened to these men? Were they cured? What treatments were on offer? And what was the reception from their families and society?

Drawing on a huge mass of original sources, Suzie Grogan answers all those questions, combining individual case studies with a narrative on wider events. Unpublished material from the archives shows the true extent of the trauma experienced by the survivors. This is a fresh perspective on the history of the post-war period, and the plight of a traumatised nation.

 

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