Hot Skies of the Cold War: the Bulgarian Air Force in the 1950s – Alexander Mladenov & Evgeni Andonov

Review by Takis Diakoumis. Initially declared neutral, as the only defeated power not to have received some territorial award at the end of the First World War, Bulgaria hoped for some gains as a collaborator with the Third Reich and fully signed member of the Axis. As Nazi Germany began preparations to invade Yugoslavia and... Continue Reading →

From the Cold War to the War on Terror – Mick Haygarth

Review by Rob Oliver. What a story and what a career! From a junior technician through to squadron leader ranks, from nuclear weapons loader to an (undeniably) expert in the field of EOD and IEDD, and locations from the desolate corners of the UK, the Falklands and SLME (Secret Location Middle East!), to snatching tourist... Continue Reading →

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