The teams of men and women at Eastcote, Britain’s code-breaking center, who were vital in saving Western civilization during WWI.
Joan McKenzie, a survivor, recalls World War II's Hitler's V-weapon offensive during the Blitz.
The pair who ruled during World War II enjoyed a deep and enduring friendship despite their differences.
On May 10, 1940, Winston Churchill, the British leader who guided Great Britain through the crisis of World War II, became Prime Minister.
Victory in Europe Day (known as VE Day), May 8, celebrates the formal acceptance by the Allies of World War II of Nazi Germany's unconditional surrender of its armed forces.
On May 8, 1945, King George VI delivered a victory speech celebrating the defeat of Nazi Germany and paid tribute to those who lost their lives in World War II.
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A PBS documentary show's how the people and Queen Elizabeth lived through World War II.
Sadly only three of the men survived, however, the group of British and Allied airmen's story of bravery and ingenuity is unparalleled.
Germans abandoning their mission to attack British shipping were intercepted, and a showdown began between the British Home Fleet and Bismarck, the German navy's most powerful warship.
Mr. Straw's House, 7 Blyth Grove, in Worksop, a treasure chest of fascinating 1920s objects, fashions, and memories from inter-war Britain.
The beloved singer, Dame Vera Lynn, was best known for her work during World War II, when she kept spirits high with her wistful songs.
In the bleak years of World War II, Vera Lynn’s songs captured the spirit of their times and charged the morale of British servicemen everywhere.
Friday 13th, a day that sends shivers down everyone's spine, and is known for bringing bad luck. Even to the Royal Family and never more so than during World War II, in 1940.
A collection of terrific visits that illuminate and inspire, and bring World War II to us today.
Bletchley Park, the British Spy Center of the Second World War, released rare silent footage of the MI6 staff members from the code-breaking facility.
"Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few."
When Winston Churchill went to Washington following Pearl Harbour, the world took notice.
The Irish Air Corps celebrated a special centenary Veterans Day in Dublin and paid tribute to Group Captain John 'Paddy' Hemingway, the last known Battle of France and Battle of Britain pilot.
D-Day was not about a master plan executed perfectly; it was about walking straight into hell and hopefully finding a way back out.
The historical fact often takes a back seat to dramatic conventions when Britain war effort is portrayed on film.
Detailed reports from embedded journalists give an incredible perspective on the reality of D-Day, and the Normandy landings.
A letter written by Prime Minister Winson Church, in which he praises Second World War test pilot Neville Duke has sold for £8,000 at Sotheby's.
Honorary Colonel Tom Moore tuns 100 today having raised over £30 million for the health service to help battle COVID-19.
"I served my country and did my duty, now it's your duty to sit on the couch."
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