The Battle of Amiens or the Third Battle of Picardy had just commenced. (8 August 1918). This Allied attack would later became known as the ‘Hundred Days Offensive’ and this action ultimately led to the end of the first World War.Read more
Despite being already considered obsolescent at the outbreak of the conflict in 1939 the biplane was nonetheless in frontline service throughout the Second World War and achieved some spectacular successes such as sinking one battleship and damagRead more
Brighton (UK) coroner, Veronica Hamilton-Deeley, concluded the deaths on June 17 last year were the result of diving accidents, after hearing from witnesses and medical experts.Read more
We are delighted to be presented with such an award which recognizes the work done by the whole X-Ray team.
Although we are not striving for awards, but for giving our readers the most updated and well researched articles accompanied by high-quality photography, an award such as this also spurs the entire team to continue its work - bringing the wonders of the blue planet to divers! Thanks to the Malta Tourism Authority and the jury for honouring our work.Read more