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Posts commemorating the 70th anniversary of the D-Day Landings in Normandy begin this evening, Today’s post will look at some aspects of the run up to the invasion on D-Day -1.
Tomorrow will see more posts looking at D-Day, the operation, the men, the equipment and the scale of the invasion.   Hope it does it justice!

Over on my history blog I’ll be posting articles to commemorate tomorrow’s 70th anniversary of D-Day.  Be sure to check it out!

historicalfirearms:

Posts commemorating the 70th anniversary of the D-Day Landings in Normandy begin this evening, Today’s post will look at some aspects of the run up to the invasion on D-Day -1.

Tomorrow will see more posts looking at D-Day, the operation, the men, the equipment and the scale of the invasion.   Hope it does it justice!

Over on my history blog I’ll be posting articles to commemorate tomorrow’s 70th anniversary of D-Day.  Be sure to check it out!

ISSUE #5 of THE ZINE IS DEAD

I’ve contributed a little playlist and write up for the latest issue of The Zine Is Dead.  The issue features reviews, photos and pieces about some really cool artists put together by some really talented people.   My playlist is a collection of all the tunes I’m really into at the moment, so click the links below and have a listen while you read the zine.

Read The Zine Here

Listen to the Playlist Here

Check Out Earlier Issues Here

Follow the Zine’s Tumblr Here

Get on it!

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Scenic Rubbish #1

I was recently walking through Copper Valley on the Welsh island of Anglesey, which on first glance is a beautiful place but when you look a little closer you notice just how much rubbish is strewn everywhere. Mixing in with the natural beauty, human impact at its worst.

New series going up.

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Introducing Historical Firearm’s New Mailing List Service
With many followers in different timezones with different ‘tumblring’ habits I thought a mailing list that sends highlights from Historical Firearms straight to your inbox might be useful for many followers/readers.   It will also allow readers who don’t have a tumblr account to receive updates about Historical Firearms content.
When you sign up to the mailing list you can choose exactly what you want to receive.  The choices are:
The Weekly Recap straight to your inbox at the end of each week
The Recap and several additional featured posts during the week
Or a daily digest of the day’s content  
All you have to do is fill in your email address and name (optional) and then select what you would like to receive. All details will be kept confidential and will go no further than the Historical Firearms mailing list. I hope you’ll find the service useful and sign up.  Don’t hesitate to message me if you have any questions or suggestions.   

Subscribe here and never miss a post again!



Launched a mailing list for my History blog today.

historicalfirearms:

Introducing Historical Firearm’s New Mailing List Service

With many followers in different timezones with different ‘tumblring’ habits I thought a mailing list that sends highlights from Historical Firearms straight to your inbox might be useful for many followers/readers.   It will also allow readers who don’t have a tumblr account to receive updates about Historical Firearms content.

When you sign up to the mailing list you can choose exactly what you want to receive.  The choices are:

  1. The Weekly Recap straight to your inbox at the end of each week
  2. The Recap and several additional featured posts during the week
  3. Or a daily digest of the day’s content  

All you have to do is fill in your email address and name (optional) and then select what you would like to receive. All details will be kept confidential and will go no further than the Historical Firearms mailing list. I hope you’ll find the service useful and sign up.  Don’t hesitate to message me if you have any questions or suggestions.   

Subscribe here and never miss a post again!

Launched a mailing list for my History blog today.

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