Interview with author Antulio J. Echevarria II
Readers respond to MHQ Summer 2014
Selected contributor bios, MHQ, Autumn 2014
In World War I, the French Ministry of War built a massive decoy city to fool German airmen
Designed by H. Price around 1942 for the U.S. Public Health Service, these health and safety posters display ideal hygiene, diet, work and play habits for the World War II-era individual. (All Images: U.S....
NEWSFLASH: Russia takes Eastern European territory!
A marvel of a book reproduces and explain the most interesting early aerial images of WWI Flanders, showing us what the war looked like from above
Late in WWI the U.S. Army developed its own deadly chemical weapons, which still haunt a D.C. neighborhood
Futurists at the Guggenheim
Eric Cline's new book explores why the large, complex societies of the late Bronze Age collapsed between 1200 to 1100 BC
A fast-moving, richly detailed history of World War I
The backstory to victory on D-Day
What happened to Japanese POWs?
An Austro-Hungarian colonel's account of the horrors of the winter war in the Carpathians in 1915
Geoffrey Wawro offers a fascinating addition to the military and diplomatic scholarship surrounding Austria-Hungary’s inept move toward war