Military History Monthly
The history of warfare written by expertswww.military-history.org
Military History Monthly aims to bridge the gap between the general reader and the world of professional soldiers and military historians. Published each month, the magazine brings to the reader not only action-packed narrative, but it also provides all the technical detail, in-depth analysis, battlefield guides and eye-witness accounts needed to understand not just what happened, but why.
Each magazine is packed with expert features - from contributors such as Sir Max Hastings, Richard Holmes, Sir ian kershaw, don Mccullan and dan Snow, to name but a few - plus reviews, regular opinion columns and up-to-theminute listings of military events across the country.
The magazine's main focus is British military history and the period after 1914, but it also covers big stories from other eras and parts of the world. Military History Monthly is distributed throughout the UK via WHSmith, selected independent newsagents, supermarkets and via subscription.
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The Military History team
Neil Faulkner is an archaeologist and historian who works as a lecturer, writer, editor, and occasional broadcaster. He is co-director of the Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project in Norfolk and of the Great Arab Revolt Project in Jordan. Educated at King's College, Cambridge, and the Institute of Archaeology, UCL, he is currently a Research Fellow at the University of Bristol. The author of countless magazine articles and numerous academic papers, his books include: Apocalypse: the great Jewish revolt against Rome, AD 66-73; Rome: empire of the eagles; and A Visitor's Guide to the Ancient Olympics. His latest book, Lawrence of Arabia's War, was published by Yale University Press in spring 2015. As well as being the Editor of Military History Monthly, he has a long association with both Current Archaeology and Current World Archaeology.
Hazel Blair studied Medieval History at the University of St Andrews, on the historic east coast of Scotland. Jumping at the chance to brush up on her Latin and enter the exciting world of medieval palaeography, she moved to London to take up her place on UCL's Medieval and Renaissance Studies MA. She was a writer for and editorial board member of the undergraduate arts and social sciences journal Groundings Ancients.