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Warfare History Network is your best source for material on the history of armed conflict. Here you’ll find beautiful photos, fully detailed maps, and gripping features depicting all aspects of military history. From William the Conqueror to the War of the Roses to the Battle of the Bulge, from medieval weapons to incredible modern weapons, to we’ve assembled an extensive collection of first-hand accounts, stunning visuals and expert analysis provided by top military strategists. Whatever your interests, you’ll find a wealth of information about the events that shaped the course of history.

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Louis XIV: the Sun King of France

Louis XIV, the ‘Sun King’ of France, was largely responsible for growing his country into a strong 17th century empire. But this was accomplished through great calculation.   More »

Louis XIV: the Sun King of France

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The CSS Alabama‘s place in Naval History

The CSS Alabama‘s place in Naval History

An important story in naval history, the battle over CSS Alabama and her seagoing depredations lasted well after she had gone to her watery grave in 1864.

Daring POW Escapes: Allied Officers at Austria’s Oflag XVIIA

Daring POW Escapes: Allied Officers at Austria’s Oflag XVIIA

The Allied officers interned at Oflag XVIIA planned and orchestrated one of the more daring POW escapes of World War II.

The Supermarine Spitfire and the Battle of Britain

The Supermarine Spitfire and the Battle of Britain

The Supermarine Spitfire was Britain’s first line of defense in the Battle of Britain in 1940. Afterward it helped the Allies turn the tide of war on multiple fronts.

The Greatest High Seas Duel of the American Civil War

The Greatest High Seas Duel of the American Civil War

The clash between the CSS Alabama and the USS Kearsarge would become the greatest high seas confrontation of the entire Civil War.

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