Cross of Honor

by Chris William Better known as the “Hindenburg Cross” On July 13, 1934, Field Marshall Paul Von Hindenburg, Military hero of the German state and reelected Weimer president, designated the only national award given for World War One participants at … More »

10 Questions with Jean-Pierre

We are all in this together. In an effort to report on the state of different facets of the military collectibles market, Military Trader strives to discover and share the opinions of the hobby’s leading dealers and collectors. This month, … More »

Agreement protects Normandy site

The American Legion, the City of Ste. Mere-Eglise, France and Amis Des Veterans Americains (AVA) recently signed an agreement to protect the La Fiere Memorial site in Normandy, France. The agreement requires consent from all three parties to never change … More »

Blue Star Museums free for military families

The Blue Star Museum program offers military families free admission to over 2,000 museums around the country. Participating organizations cover a huge range of subjects, including art, history, children’s, horticultural, aquatic, country, aviation, culture, industrial and government museums. Blue Star Museums is … More »

Books in Review – June 2016

Iron Cross Award Documents of World War II, by Brian Razkauskas (ISBN 978-0991442706, Kleinekill Press, P.O. Box 181, New Paltz, NY 12561; info@kleinekillpress.com; www.kleinekillpress.com. Hardcover, 8.5” x 11”,  304 pages, fully illustrated in color and b/w; 2014, $110) Iron Cross … More »