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SPECIAL ISSUE:
DAMBUSTER 75TH ANNIVERSARY

Dambuster Special Content

Marking the 75th anniversary of Operation ‘Chastise’ we interview the last British survivor of the attack, Sqn Ldr ‘Johnny’Johnson, and look at the legacy of the Dambuster raid, its folklore, The Dam Buster film, the ‘bouncing bomb’ and what the famous 617 Squadron went on to do after the operation.

Innovators – Sir Barnes Wallis
In our occasional series looking at the lives of men and women who had a major impact on the course of warfare, Dr Robert Owen throws the spotlight onto Barnes Wallis, the engineer, visionary and patriot who, amongst other achievements, created the ‘bouncing bomb’ of the Dams Raid

The Iris And The Daffodil
One hundred years after the Zeebrugge Raid, Steve Snelling charts the truly remarkable tale of two ordinary Mersey ferries which played a vital and heroic part in the famous operation.

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RAF 100
Bravest Of The Brave

Jonathan Falconer looks at the extraordinary career of one of the service’s oft-overlooked photo reconnaissance pilots of the Second World War, ‘Steve’ Steventon.

RAF 100 Image
This month, a stunning image of the Hawker Fury biplanes and their pilots of 43 Squadron, ‘The Fighting Cocks’, pictured at RAF Tangmere during the late 1930s.

British Steel – Iron Cross
Rob Schaeffer tells the remarkable story of how the German Army turned large numbers of captured British tanks, the Beutepanzer,into tanks that were used against their former owners.

AND MUCH MORE!

The April issue of Britain at War is AVAILABLE NOW for just £4.80 from the Key Online Shop. Alternatively, you can purchase your copy from WHSmith, any other leading newsagent or download your digital copy here.