Iain Smith – The Indian Army and the Mesopotamian Campaign

Iain Smith is a Chartered Tax Adviser by profession, working for an international food company based in Lincolnshire. But his hobby and passion is the history of the Indian Army.  He has been collecting seriously for about 15 years, mainly books (principally regimental and campaign histories). This led to a connection with the Sikh Pioneers…

Nigel Atter – The 8th Lincolns at the Battle of Loos

Nigel Atter is a military historian of the Great War. Nigel has been a member of the Western Front Association (WFA) since 2010 and was a founder member of the WFA Leicestershire and Rutland Branch. He is military history advisor and Secretary to Oadby Remembers 1914-1918. His recent publications include: Their name Liveth for Evermore, a military history…

Peter Archer – Military Painter

Considered by many to be the UK’s finest living military painter, commissioned by the majority of the country’s regiments, covering practically all of the major conflicts from Clive, East India Company 1757, right up to Afghanistan 2014 – this is Peter Archer’s official website.  

Explore WW1 Records at MHL 2016

Look up your relatives who served in the military and find out whether Grandad got a Distinguished Conduct Medal or reprimanded for drunken behaviour! Find out details of where he was killed or injured and how. Bring any details you have to Military History Live and let’s see what we can find out.