Readers debate the identity of a German paratrooper featured on the cover of MHQ's Winter 2010 issue and the circumstances under which he was photographed.
An MHQ reader reconsiders the credibility of the troop numbers and casualty figures reported by Polybius for the battle of Cannae as presented in Adrian Goldsworthy's article, “Can the Counters Be Counted On?” (Autumn 2008).
An MHQ reader documents the origin of the word “deadline” at Andersonville during the Civil War.
While it is correct that one faction of the party founded by Jefferson and Madison would later give rise to the modern Democratic Party, “Republican” was what they most often called themselves during the period of the War of 1812.
An MHQ reader takes issue with author Thomas Fleming's suggestion that Winston Churchill was dumbfounded when FDR announced his policy to demand unconditional surrender from the Germans.