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War and Peace Magazine

Cant make War and Peace this year? Still have a presence there.

April 20th, 2017|War and Peace April 17, War and Peace Revival Magazine, War and Peace Revival Magazine 2017|

We give our showguides away for free to everybody that comes through the door, put your company in front of their eyes the minute they get to the show. Advertising space still available in the

Last call for the online sale of a unique private collection

March 27th, 2017|War and Peace March 17, War and Peace Revival Magazine, War and Peace Revival Magazine 2017|

Tomorrow, Tuesday March 28th at 19:00 hrs. CET, the auction of the entire Private Collection of Military Vehicles and Parts of the Belgium collector Mr. Peter Van de Perck is going to close. For you

BAIV BV Comet Tank Restoration Project at The War And Peace Revival 2016

August 10th, 2016|War and Peace Revival Magazine August 16|

The War And Peace Revival attracts people from worldwide with a fantastic variety of vehicles from tanks to bikes and even to the most rare and treasured military and vintage vehicles on the planet. We

Tey Restorations- Dodge WC51 for sale

August 4th, 2016|War and Peace Revival Magazine, War and Peace Revival Magazine 2016, War and Peace Revival Magazine August 16|

 Dodge WC51 for sale.  - Smooth drive - Good condition/ Low wear tyres - Canvas tilt in excellent condition - New and improved brakes - New fuel pipes - New wiring - New restoration -

WW2 veterans meet with old friend at War & Peace Revival 2016

June 9th, 2016|War and Peace Revival Magazine June 16|

Britain’s finest tank, the A34 Comet Mk 1. The Comet was arguably Britain’s best tank during World War Two. Though only introduced in early 1945, it became a beloved tank by its tank crews owing

Portraying – The Special Air Service (SAS) – Jungle Warriors in Asia

June 8th, 2016|War and Peace Revival Magazine June 16|

 To many the SAS was a WWII unit tearing up the North African desert in jeeps shooting up Axis airbases and fuel dumps….. only to reemerge on the Iranian Embassy balcony in 1980, clothed in