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Defense Secretary Robert McNamara framed “Project 100,000” as a compassionate rescue mission. The recruits died in disproportionate numbers.
A Roman general sets his nets to catch Spartacus at Bruttium. It was a […]
When Theodore Ayrault Dodge, the American Civil War historian known for his love of […]
The Summer 2015 edition of MHQ features articles on the battle for Hitler’s Berlin, Waterloo’s decisive hour, Caesar’s rise to power, the Jacobite Rebellion, American Revolution and more.
Dozens of recommended books, DVDs and more for history buffs, selected by Weider History Group’s editors from among the year’s best offerings.
The Quarterly Journal of Military History, Summer 2012, Volume 24, Number 4
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Barry Strauss picks six revolts that echo today’s headlines from the Middle East and Africa.