Changes are afoot…
Warfare has undergone some radical changes over the past few months as we strive to create the best possible platform from which our readers can enjoy Warfare. From now on the magazine will be hosted through our own website: www.warfaremagazine.co.uk (access to all content will of course remain free of charge).
Articles and features will now be available to read as individual sections meaning you wont have to wait for a full magazine to load up or be slowed down by the use of Flash animation – welcome news for iPhone and iPad users who will now be able to view Warfare for the first time. You can access the various sections through the tabs on the navigation bar, or search for content by key words, period in history or conflict. The site will also suggest other articles you may find interesting, based on your searches.
All the content you are used to seeing in the magazine will remain the same – news, reviews, new releases, anniversary pieces, feature articles and author interviews – but it will be updated on a more frequent basis. We are aiming to provide the most up to date, informative and interactive site for military history, with regular updates and competitions. The way information and pictures are presented will change depending on your screen size, so do try it on different platforms if you can, or adjust the size of your browser window to find your preferred size and style.
Please continue to recommend Warfare to your friends, and do join us on Facebook and Twitter for even more news, views, videos and images from the military world.
As always, we welcome comments and suggestions from our readers and encourage everyone to send in their thoughts to firstname.lastname@example.org. Do let us know what you like or dislike about the new style and we will try to make improvements in response to your feedback where possible.
You no longer have 2 months to wait between issues of Warfare – just remember to visit the new site regularly to see what is new and keep up with the new content!
Author Spotlight – Ian Gardiner
Ian Gardiner, author of The Yompers, talks about writing his memoirs.
The Yompers – With 45 Commando in the Falklands
The Yompers article extracted from The Yompers by Ian Gardiner, reproduced by permission of Pen & Sword Books Ltd.
Author Harvey Black has kindly offered signed copies of each of the books in his ‘Devils with Wings’ series. For your chance to win these and other prizes, see the Competitions tab or click here.