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The Armourer is the UK's No.1 magazine for militaria collectors and military history enthusiasts with a worldwide readership. Launched at a militaria fair in 1994, the Armourer is a magazine by collectors, for collectors. In every issue, an inexhaustible stream of artefacts linking us to past conflicts throws up interesting stories. Regular articles on ordnance, bayonets, medals, insignia, uniforms, military museums, auctions, World War I and World War II make the Armourer the UK's premier militaria magazine.
The Teddy Bear is the must have publication for anyone who is passionate about Teddy Bears. Whether you are a collector or just have a love for bears, this magazine, published twice a year, has everything you need to know about bears. Regular highlights include arctophilia on a budget, new bears, teddy bear news, bear artists, inspirational bear stories and more.
Shindig! is an eclectic cornucopia overflowing with obscure TV and film, psychedelia, folk, garage rock, folk rock, progressive rock, funk and soul. Contributions from its team of international expert writers ensure that new and intriguing tales about influential artists fill every issue. Shindig! has established itself as a cutting edge forum and critique of the glories of 60s and 70s music, film and culture.
History Scotland is Scotland's premier history magazine, providing fascinating features on topics from all branches and periods of Scottish history and archaeology, written by leading historians, archaeologists and museum curators. Every issue of History Scotland has in-depth news on the latest research, discoveries and exhibitions; updates from local history and archaeology projects; expert book reviews; opinion columns by leading figures; spotlights on the country’s most significant historical archives; and a comprehensive guide to forthcoming events, lectures, society meetings and exhibitions. Reader can also take advantage of fantastic discounts with the popular History Scotland Book Club. The hugely popular bi-monthly magazine was launched in October 2001 at the Royal Museum in Edinburgh by Professor Christopher Smout, Historiographer Royal. It is backed by the Scottish history and archaeology professions with leading representatives from a variety of different disciplines on the Editorial Board. The magazine is a must-read for anyone with a passion for Scotland's rich history and heritage. This app allows you to download full digital issues of History Scotland. One issue of your choice is included with this purchase and can be downloaded without further charge.
Packed with useful family-friendly information on where to camp in the UK and the kit to use, plus no-nonsense advice on how to get the most from the camping experience. You’ll find loads of tips to give you the confidence to go camping this weekend, including where to buy your first tent, the different styles of tent and which one is best for you and even where you can have a ‘taster’ session to try before you buy. Also listed are 70 of the best family-friendly sites in the UK, ranging from sites run by organisations such as The Caravan Club, to quaint rural sites. A useful cost calculator gives you advice on what you are likely to pay for key items and puts together three complete camping outfits for you to compare. On the practical end of the scale there’s advice on BBQ’s, campsite cookery, tent maintenance and repairs plus a list of essential accessories. And to inspire you, there are stories of great camping trips to Devon and music Festivals.
THE CHAP ├A JOURNAL FOR THE MODERN GENTLEMAN ├Founded in 1999, The Chap takes a satirical look at the modern world through the eyes of an old-fashioned English gentleman. The Chap seeks to maintain decorum, standards and, above all, correct dress, and it goes about this by celebrating the great dandies and gentlemen of the past, as well as casting a critical eye over the rather disappointing dress habits of today. ├Readers are invited to send their photos in for a sartorial assessment and these are reproduced in the “Am I Chap?” section. Elsewhere, one may read interviews with notable living Chaps such as Chris Eubank, Sir Roger Moore, Adam Ant and Donald Sinden. ├The principal gentlemanly pursuits are also given coverage: Gambling at the horses; Grooming (with particular emphasis on moustache cultivation); Cricket (written by Wisden regular Steve Pittard); Drinking (especially cocktails); Dressing Up (in which every sartorial detail, from waistcoats to slippers to pocket watches, is covered). The Chap also features an in-house butler, who is on hand to answer all your queries of a socio-sartorial nature. ├Whether you truly want to adopt the lifestyle of the dandy or the gentleman, or simply wish to keep yourself informed of the latest developments in cravat usage and pipe tobaccos, The Chap is the only British publication entirely devoted to celebrating the arts of the gentleman.
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