The January 2010 issue of Military History features stories about Germany's 20th century military blunders, the 1779 Battle of Stony Point, the Vietnam War unknown soldier at Arlington National Cemetery, the hidden cities spawned by the Manhattan Project, the fights for Forts Vaux and Douaumont at the 1916 Battle of Verdun and Continental Army soldier Henry Francisco, who was perhaps the oldest enlistee in military history.
The November 2009 issue of Military History features stories about history's seven most daring raids, George Dewey at Manila Bay, Pharaoh Thutmose III, Hessian soldiers in the Continental Army, the 20 anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and the 1873 Virginius Incident.
From the battlefields of ancient Egypt to modern-day theaters of conflict, logistics has played a crucial though unsung role in warfare.
June 6, 2009, marks the 65th anniversary of the Allied invasion of Normandy, and all too soon we will lose the remaining eyewitnesses to that pivotal day in history's costliest human conflict
Vietnam Medevac units, the Phalanx close-in weapons system, James II and Belleau Wood are featured in the June/July 2009 issue of Military History
How did John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough, compare to such contemporaries as Prince Eugène of Savoy, Claude Louis Hector de Villars and King Charles XII of Sweden?
Ernest Hemingway, the Duke of Marlborough, the doctrine of mutually assured destruction, Rolls-Royce armored cars, the Battle of Red Cliffs and Robert Capa's images from the Spanish Civil War are featured in the April/May 2009 issue of Military History
Readers of Military History express their views on the Spanish Civil War, terrain warfare, the Norden bombsight and "the whole nine yards."
The Israel Defense Forces, 1940-41 Louisiana Maneuvers, Baron Johann de Kalb, Philip of Macedon, an American volunteer in the Spanish Civil War, and World War I cigarette cards are featured in the Feb/Mar 2009 issue of Military History
Readers of Military History magazine express themselves about Mongols, Muhammad, B.H. Liddell-Hart, Spanish Civil War photos, railroad guns and snipers.
Victory may turn on covert information—call them shadow facts—that one side knew or did not know at the time, that one side believed to be true or false. It is a hidden dimension of warfare that can prove decisive.