A great website for military aviation enthusiasts, Hush-Kit has a mass of articles on all sorts of interesting facets of the subject.
Playlist - Film, Book, and Website Reviews
If you want to know what war is like, “Kajaki” is for you. Gripping, brutal AND funny, it is a great – if disturbing – film.
“The Armed Forces of North Korea; On the Path of Songun” is probably the best available published information on the North Korean military.
“Into Helmand with the Walking Dead; A Story of Combat in Afghanistan” by Miles Vining and Kevin Schranz (2020)
“Into Helmand with the Walking Dead; A Story of Combat in Afghanistan” is the account of how a young man goes from being a civilian to a battle hardened Marine fighting in the War on Terror.
Overt Defense is a great website for keeping track of what is happening in the world of military equipment and various conflicts.
Free Burma Rangers is an amazing film giving insight into a remarkable organisation and shows the horror and the heroism of what they do.
Beautifully made, this book gives a comprehensive rundown of French military service rifles from 1866 to effectively the modern day.
COMPETETION: If you want to try and win a signed Polish-edition of my book Desert Sniper – “Pustynny Snajper”?
This book provides a comprehensive and concise overview of the history and nature of armoured warfare over the last 100 years.
Book review of the excellent account of the Soviet war in Afghanstan.
If you are interested in Special Forces and their operations, the National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum is one of the few dedicated museum’s.
About This Playlist
Collected film, book, and website reviews. Book genres include history, political, and current affairs.
Recommended read: “The Armed Forces of North Korea; On the Path of Songun” (2020) by Stijn Mitzer and Joost Oliemans.