• Fallen World War Two pilot memorial unveiled in Stirling

    The Belgian pilot crashed near the North Third reservoir during a training exercise in 1943.

  • Cramlington 'bomb' LIVE: Updates as suspected World War Two device found

    Builders working at Churston Gardens, Cramlington, have dug up what is believed to be an unexploded bomb with police closing off the area

  • North East Today: Controlled explosion of World War Two device and Wembley tickets latest

    Your daily briefing on all the latest from across the North East

  • Red Devils parachute display team’s commanding officer fined for selling spent ammo worth £20k

    THE Red Devils parachute display team’s commanding officer has been fined for selling spent ammo worth £20,000. Captain Steven Child, 48, admitted negligence after brass casings were taken to recyc

  • The horrors of World War II air war, in one stark map

    “If just one English bomber reaches the Ruhr, my name is no longer Hermann Göring, but Hermann Meier,” the Luftwaffe commander boasted in August 1939. Over the following five and a half years, millions of Germans cursed “Hermann Meier” as Allied bombing churned up city after German city. The air raid sirens that announced yet another wave of British or American bombers were nicknamed, with vicious relish, “Meier trumpets.” On this map of Germany, drawn up in 1947, black pie slices...

  • A Tale Of Two Worlds

    A Tale Of Two Worlds Authored by Alasdair Macleod via GoldMoney.com, In the war between the western alliance and the Asian axis, the media focus is on the Ukrainian battlefield. The real war is in currencies, with Russia capable of destroying the dollar So far, Putin’s actions have been relatively passive. But already, both Russia and China have accumulated enough gold to implement gold standards. It is now overwhelmingly in their interests to do so. From Sergey Glazyev’s recent...

  • The world's wars in 2023

    Reading Time: 4 minutes Is the bloom off the rose of 2023 yet? Though new years tend to instill an artificial sense of hope for change, January offered little to suggest a turning of the tide. In the US, it started with a new volley of legislation and state verdicts targeting marginalized groups, from unhoused to trans and queer […]

  • The Crusade Against Civil Liberties During World War I

    Eric Foner Adam Hochschild’s latest book, American Midnight, examines a dark era in US history in which Woodrow Wilson and his administration went to war at home as well as abroad. 

  • Red Star fall two short in thriller

    Burger King Red Star came agonisingly close to their first win of the Coastal Challenge, falling two runs short of victory over Weraroa in Levin on Saturday. Chasing the home side’s total of 223, it came down to the ninth wicket pair of Pete Sigvertsen and Patrick Wootton, who needed 10 off the last over, […]

  • Strait of Malacca: Where World War III Starts?

    In the coming decades, the world’s most significant geopolitical flashpoint may not be Ukraine, Kashmir, or the 38th Parallel. Instead, a narrow stretch of water—laconic, shallow, and light blue—has the potential to become the most consequential corner of the globe. The Strait of Malacca is where mounting tensions between India and China could fully ignite. […]

  • Trump: 'We Are at the Brink of World War III'

    You can bet the farm that the Democrats and their radical allies will pull out all the stops to smear Trump -- but only after he wins the nomination. It's plain

  • Oklahoma soldier killed during World War II identified

    An Oklahoma soldier who was killed during World War II has finally been accounted for.