A Military History of the Cold War, 1944–1962, by Jonathan M. House (University of Oklahoma, $45). House zeroes in on the era’s many small wars and revolutions as well as the new paradigms and...
Mark Grimsley recommends the best blogs by military historians
Paul Lockhart reviews "Furies," Lauro Martines's book about the prevalence of warfare in Early Modern Europe
An excerpt from Bruce Levine's new book, The Fall of the House of Dixie
MHQ editor Drew Lindsay asks Robert Utley about fascination with Geronimo
The Problem Solvers Who Turned the Tide in the Second World War By Paul Kennedy. 464 pages. Random House, 2013. $30. Reviewed by Jim Lacey BOOKS LIKE Engineers of Victory have been written before. They...
Gene Santoro reviews the Discovery Channel's "Pirates: Scourge of the Seven Seas" just out on DVD
War in Pictures: Beautifully illustrated books for the folks on your list
Handsome art and photography books on military history
MHQ editors pick the best books of the new releases
The son of former CIA director William Colby tries to understand his father's dispassionate life and mysterious death
Online resources for studying the Prussian military theorist Carl von Clausewitz
A new book describes why families in America's Heartland agreed to host ICBMs in their backyards
H. W. Brands examines U. S. Grant's life before and after the war
David von Drehle talks about his new book, Rise to Greatness, which chronicles Lincoln's day-to-day challenges in 1863