After the Battle

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After the Battle
After the Battle magazine.jpg
Issue No. 180
Editor-in-Chief Winston Ramsey
Categories History
Frequency Quarterly
Circulation 12,000
Publisher Battle of Britain International Limited
Year founded 1973
Country United Kingdom
Language English

After the Battle is a military history magazine published quarterly in the United Kingdom by Battle of Britain International Limited.

History and profile

After the Battle was first published in 1973,[1] and appears on the 15th of February, May, August and November each year. The editor-in-chief since 1973 is Winston Ramsey, assisted by his co-author Gail Parker Ramsey.

The magazine deals with World War II in a "then and now format".[1] Articles are illustrated by historical photographs matched with a modern-day photograph of the identical scene to show how much (or how little) things have changed. Most issues feature a major article on a specific subject, with several smaller articles. All areas of the world are written about.

There are also occasional features on related subjects such as war films, vehicle preservation, war memorials.


  1. ^ a b "Pacific World War II Book Review". Pacific Wrecks. Retrieved 28 October 2014.

External links

  • Official website

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