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Martin’s research centres on the military, political and social effects of conflict, using primary source material from both official and personal archives, to explain the lived experience of those involved. In addition, Martin is interested in the effect of the industrial revolution upon Kent society, and exploring the strong connections between Kent and the armed forces during both world wars. Martin is now engaged with the Whitstable Maritime Project, an ongoing collaboration linked to the maritime history and development of Whitstable.
Numerous private tours undertaken with groups from the UK, Netherlands and Denmark, including Operation Market Garden (on behalf of the Friends of the Airborne Museum), Battle of the Bulge, Normandy, Ypres Salient, Somme and HMS Belfast.
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