September 2015 • Table of Contents
The September 2015 issue of Military History features articles about the 1936–39 Spanish Civil War, the 1258 Mongol siege of Baghdad, the 1871 Paris Commune, French-born soldier of misfortune Gustave Cluseret, a rediscovered book published within weeks of the Spanish-American War and the concept of American military honor
July 2015 • Table of Contents
The July 2015 issue of Military History features articles about the 1945 Russian invasion of Manchuria and contested islands to the north of Japan, the opening battle of the English Civil War at Edgehill in 1642, the 1945 execution of journalist Joe Morton at German hands, the March 1836 Mexican massacre of surrendered Texians at Goliad, a portfolio of images from war's end in 1945, and a review of films about World War I
Military History – May 2015 – Table of Contents
The May 2015 issue of Military History features articles about the climactic battle of the 1982 Falklands War, the 1918 Allied Intervention in Russia, Napoléon's beloved Marshal Michel Ney, model turned combat photographer Lee Miller, the German superguns that targeted Paris in 1918, and Hermann Ehrhardt, the German Freikorps leader who defied both Nazis and communists in the wake of World War I.
Military History – March 2015 – Table of Contents
The March 2015 issue of Military History features articles about Richard I's decisive victory at Jaffa in 1192, the Japanese bombing of the Australian port of Darwin in 1942, the Greek civil war that raged in the aftermath of World War II, a portfolio of works by French painter Jacques-Louis David, the wartime heroics and later betrayal of British pilot Frederick Rutland, and hard truths about the Jewish hilltop fortress of Masada.
Military History – January 2015 – Table of Contents
The January 2015 issue of Military History features articles about how NATO beat the Warsaw Pact in the Cold War, the bitter and bloody 1675–78 King Philip's War in New England, the centuries-long clash between the imperial Romans and tribal Celts, Frederick Funston's bold 1901 raid that ended the Philippine Insurrection, and a look at the strange but true 1914 Christmas Truce on the Western Frontier.
Military History – November 2014 – Table of Contents
The November 2014 issue of Military History features stories about the First Chechen War, the venturesome wartime career of Charles "Wild Jack" Howard (Earl of Suffolk), an early set of cigarette cards depicting historical British regimental uniforms, the Napoleonic-era sideshow Russo-Turkish War, British General Edmund Allenby's 1917 capture of Jerusalem and "Bonnie Prince Charlie's" comeuppance at Culloden in 1746.
Military History – September 2014 – Table of Contents
The September 2014 issue of Military History features stories about the history of the contested Crimean Peninsula, African warrior-chief Shaka Zulu, the origin and distortion of the concept of jihad, a British exhibit of paintings that reveal naval warfare, World War I American doughboy and Medal of Honor recipient Alvin York, and the fate of Irishmen who deserted the U.S. Army to fight alongside their Catholic brethren in Mexico.
Military History – July 2014 – Table of Contents
The July 2014 issue of Military History features stories about the British soldier-poets of World War I, the trial by fire of Task Force Smith at the outset of the Korean War, Emperor Napoléon's six days of fleeting glory in 1814, how U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Morgenthau Jr. helped bankroll the French leading into World War II, a portfolio of World War I trench art, and the Christian infighting that preceded the Muslim overthrow of Crusader kingdoms in the Holy Land.