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  • Narrow Path to Victory

    Though almost comical in aspect, narrow-gauge trains proved a lifeline to frontline troops in World War I...

  • Sky Above, Mud Below

    Only those who endured the shrieking shells, stagnant water, creeping rats and rotting corpses could truly convey the horrors of World War I trench warfare...

  • Hernán Cortés: Master of the Conquest

    Hernán Cortés himself—not Spanish arms, smallpox or Mesoamerican allies—was the catalyst behind the stunning defeat of the Aztec empire...

  • Valor | Honorable Holy Man

    By 1914 Jesuit Father Pierre Teilhard de Chardin was a promising young anthropologist, paleontologist, theologian and philosopher. Yet he served dutifully on the Western Front as...


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Military History magazine presents land, naval & air warfare from ancient times to the late 20th century. Military History is the nation’s oldest and most popular war magazine devoted to the history of warfare. Topics include naval history, army, infantry and foot soldiers from all branches of the military. Each issue contains incisive accounts from top military writers and historians who take a fresh look at our nation's military heritage: the commanders, campaigns, battles, and weapons that made history.