via New Blog – Society for Military History. The Society for Military History has taken a positive step forward in its engagement with the academic community through social media with […]
I have been following with interest a few friends and colleagues using Facebook pages for key historical figures. Notably I have ‘liked’ pages relating to Lieutenant-General Sir Aylmer Hunter-Weston and […]
Well it had to come. Birmingham “On War” now has it own Twitter account. If you are on Twitter you can now follow us @BirminghamOnWar or you can simply click […]
It is always good to see new blogs from students working in the War Studies field. As I have noted elsewhere, this medium is an excellent way of engaging with […]
As this is a group blog and is supposed to involve as many War Studies research students as possible, it is my pleasure to introduce a new contributor to the […]
[Cross posted at Thoughts on Military History] This originally started out as a reply to James Daly’s post ‘Why we write?’, however, as it grew in length I decided to […]
The 30th Edition of the Military History Carnival has been posted at Cliopatria.