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The human experience of war

Britain at War is the UK’s bestselling military history monthly, covering all of Britain’s wars from 1914 to date. It is aimed at a general rather than academic market, although it is read by academics and people with a deep interest in military history and history in general.

‘With all wars covered from 1914 to date, we strike a balance in each issue with features covering both major wars and other “smaller” conflicts,’ said editor Andy Saunders. ‘We always strike a balance between land, sea and air topics across all our core areas. A strand that also runs through our subject matter is also home-front related stories.’

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