First, let’s answer the question: “is it historically accurate that women fought in WWII?” Short answer: yes. Now, let’s elaborate. … Continue reading Hysterical Accuracy: Women, WWII, and Gaming.
Garrett E Eriksen examines uniforms and gear worn by the Red Army and Wehrmacht at Stalingrad. The rest of this article … Continue reading What they wore at Stalingrad
Garrett E Eriksen examines some of the uniforms, medals and equipment of Navy and Civilian personnel deployed to the Evacuation of … Continue reading The Uniforms of Dunkirk
Garrett E Eriksen examines the Women’s Voluntary Service during the London Blitz. The rest of this article can be found in … Continue reading “The WVS Never Says No”
I am a historian who has been studying the South Africa Border War in detail for almost a decade. I … Continue reading VETERAN STORIES NEEDED
I was invited to speak on 6 August 2017 at a special event hosted by the Congolese Civil Society … Continue reading The Atomic Bomb – From Function to Fallout
An examination of the gear worn by both Axis and Allied forces at the Siege of Tobruk. The rest of … Continue reading The Uniforms of the Desert