The Best Psychological Wargames of the 1990s Were Just Re-Released
The greatest games of the Close Combat series have returned on GOG.
Burden of Command
Meet the Developers Behind a Wargame About People, Not Weapons
'Burden of Command' looks at a familiar battlefield from an new and novel angle.
Death from Above: How Aerial Bombing Changed the World
Viewing history from the skies.
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Liverpool and The Liberation Of Rome: Remembering Bob Paisley’s Italian Campaigns
When Liverpool won the 1977 European Cup final in Rome, Bob Paisley had been there before. That was just over 30 years previous, when he rode into the city on the back of a tank.
How The Paralympics Came To Be: Remembering The International Stoke Mandeville Games
Before the modern Paralympics, there were the International Stoke Mandeville Games. They were born out of a world at war, and changed perceptions of disability for good.
Travel Back To The 1950s with Thin Blue Line's "Tungsten Fields"
The Montreal band want you to remember the simpler times.
Tony Abbott Doesn't Understand Nazis
If his suggestion that ISIS is worse because they display their atrocities, and the Nazis were somehow better by keeping them hidden, we can surmise Abbott is more concerned with appearance than with deed.
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Video Games Have Sapped the Spirit Out of World War II
You're American, you're the hero, or so WW2 games tell us. But we're missing out on so much more that happened during the six-year conflict.
Photographer Vincent Cianni Tells the Stories of Gays in the Military
A look back at the damage Don't Ask Don't Tell did to the psyches of gay soldiers.
Vincent Cianni, Words: Shanna Jones
The Humongous Fungus Among Us Issue
Who Stole the Four-Hour Workday?
A four-hour workday could solve a lot of our problems. If everyone worked fewer hours, there would be more jobs for the unemployed to fill. The economy wouldn't be able to produce quite as much, which means it wouldn't be able to pollute as much...
The Internet Has Changed the Way We Remember War
I spoke to Tate Modern curator Simon Baker about Conflict, Time, Photography, a new exhibition featuring the work of Don McCullin, Simon Norfolk, and Chloe Dewe Mathews.
The Man Who Photographs Plane Wrecks
"You see an old plane, or an old merry-go-round overtaken by trees, and it provokes a story. It's the immaterial value that I still love."