Reviews from MHQ, Winter 2014
A Call to Arms Mobilizing America for World War II By Maury Klein. 912 pp. Bloomsbury, 2013. $40. Reviewed by Jim Lacey RIGHT AFTER D-DAY, war correspondent Ernie Pyle described the...
Dennis Showalter's recent books recreates the origins of the great German offensive of 1943, Operation Citadel.
Notable books recommended by MHQ.
The late 19th-century Venezuela Crisis stirred a fever for war in a future commander in chief.
A review of Sheila Miyoshi Jager's new book
Gene Santoro explores the History Channel's new television series, "The Vikings"
Many of the books about World War II take the Tom Brokaw approach and salute the courage of “the Greatest Generation.” But what of the men who apparently lacked the courage to stand in battle, those who deserted?
Hot tips on the season's best books from MHQ editors and reviewers
The Ultimate Warfare series on TV: a grunt's view of key battles in the modern era
MHQ editors recommend great summer reads
A new book features the best work of 39 photographers who bore witness to the Iraq War
Two new books weigh the accountability of the European powers in bringing about the First World War
Gettysburg The Last Invasion By Allen C. Guelzo. 688 pp. Knopf, 2013. $35. Reviewed by Drew Lindsay THE CONFEDERATES ARE ON THE MARCH, advancing toward Gettysburg and destiny. Soaring spirits lead to...