Military History Digest #370

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  •  The Rhineland Massacres of the First Crusade -


18th Century (to 1815):

  •  Negative Patriots: How Former Loyalists Movement Between States Shaped the Development of American Citizenship, 1781-1790* Age of Revolutions

  •  Researchers Work to Identify Revolutionary War Casualties - Archaeology Magazine

  •  The Book of War Is Written by Chance: Napoleons 1812 March and the Challenge of Using History as a Guide for Strategy



  •  The Day Londoners Humbled an Austrian Tyrant


Civil War

  •  Booknotes: A Nation So Conceived | Civil War Books and Authors

  •  Booknotes: General Grant and the Verdict of History | Civil War Books and Authors

  •  Choctaw Confederates: The American Civil War in Indian Country Wins A.M. Pate Award for Trans-Mississippi Civil War History - the Reconstruction Era

  •  Gettysburg's Southern Front: Opportunity and Failure at Richmond by Hampton Newsome - the Reconstruction Era

  •  Grand Army Plaza Brooklyn - the Reconstruction Era

  •  John Banks' Civil War Blog: 'I Think We're on the Wrong Knob': A Tennessee Adventure

  •  John Banks' Civil War Blog: A Georgia Adventure Exploring My 'Tunnel of Love'

  •  Josephine Miller and Her Stove | From the Archives | Civil War Monitor

  •  Military Book Review All Roads Led to Gettysburg: A New Look at the Civil War's Pivotal Battle

  •  Pres. of Grant Library Argues for Grant Promotion to General of the Armies - the Reconstruction Era

  •  Review - " Gunboats, Muskets, and Torpedoes: Coastal South Carolina, 18611865 " By Michael Laramie | Civil War Books and Authors

  •  Review - " The Tale Untwisted: General George B. McClellan, the Maryland Campaign, and the Discovery of Lees Lost Orders " By Thorp & Rossino | Civil War Books and Authors

  •  Review Of Allison M. Johnson, Ed. the Left-Armed Corps: Writings by Amputee Civil War Veterans. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2022. 416 Pp. $90.00 (Cloth), Isbn 978-0-8071-7707-5; $40.00 (Paper), Isbn 978-0-8071-7746-4. Reviewed by Patrick Browne (Boston University)

  •  Review Of Dillon J. Carroll. Invisible Wounds: Mental Illness and Civil War Soldiers. Conflicting Worlds: New Dimensions of the American Civil War Series. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2021. 342 Pp. $45.00 (Cloth), Isbn 978-0-8071-6966-7. Reviewed by Donald Hickey (University of California at Santa Cruz)

  •  Review Of Earl J. Hess, Ed. Animal Histories of the Civil War Era. Conflicting Worlds: New Dimensions of the American Civil War Series. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2022. 280 Pp. $45.00 (Cloth), Isbn 978-0-8071-7691-7. Reviewed by Matthew M. Stith (University of Texas at Tyler)



  •  Black Soldiers Cycled 1,900 Miles Across the U.S. So He Did, Too. - the New York Times

  •  Department of State Records Relating to the Destruction of the Uss Maine the Text Message

  •  Global Maritime History Homosexuality, Bureaucracy and the Admiralty: The Suppression of So-Called Unnatural Vice in Churchill's Navy, 1911-15 - Global Maritime History

  •  Revisiting Spanish American War From a Just War Perspective


First World War:

  •  Review Of Susan R. Grayzel. the Age of the Gas Mask: How British Civilians Faced the Terror of Total War. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2022. 288 Pp. $34.99 (Cloth), Isbn 978-1-108-49127-3; $34.99 (E-Book), Isbn 978-1-108-81180-4. Reviewed by James J. Esposito (The Ohio State University)



  •  Nyu Kimmel Windows Presents Fighting Fascism: Visual Culture of the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939) March 3-Sept. 15, 2023

  •  The 1936-1939 Great Revolt in Palestine Arabs, Jews, and Britons in the Holy Lands Forgotten First Intifada -


Second World War:

  •  A Wwii Pilot Saved His Crew. It Took 80 Years to Identify His Remains. - the New York Times

  •  Breaking the Mannerheim Line: Soviet Strategic and Tactical Adaptation in the Finnish-Soviet Winter War - War on the Rocks

  •  How Surprising Were the M3 Grant Tanks to the Germans? the Crusader Project

  •  Katie and Asroc Aboard Wwii Warships Wwiiafterwwii

  •  Lesley M.M. Blume on Hiroshima and Nuclear War | History News Network

  •  Peleliu Inside the Pacific Wars "Bitterest Battle" -

  •  Pilot Accounted for From World War Ii (Montgomery, W.) > Defense Pow/Mia Accounting Agency > PressReleaseArticleView

  •  Setting Soviet History Straight | Jonathan Boff | the Critic Magazine

  •  Sigint Historian: An Old Friend in Unfamiliar Company

  •  Sigint Historian: And There's More ...

  •  Sigint Historian: Gwen's Road to Bletchley Park

  •  Sigint Historian: Mistakes on Both Sides: Competing Ineptitudes

  •  Stumbling Towards Victory How the Allies' Italian Campaign Was Marred by Bad Strategy, Flawed Commanders -

  •  Tank Archives: A Firefly With a Stinger

  •  Tank Archives: Book Review: Surviving D-Day Tanks in Normandy

  •  Tank Archives: Porsche's White Elephant

  •  The Last Mustangs in the Us Army Wwiiafterwwii

  •  The Long Blue Line: GreenlandCoast Guards Arctic Combat Zone of World War Ii, 1940-41 MyCG | Chuck Hill's Cg Blog

  •  The Maginot Line After Wwii Wwiiafterwwii

  •  Wreck of Wwii Submarine Uss Albacore Discovered Off Japan - Usni News


Cold War:

  •  #Reviewing Against All Tides

  •  6 February 1967 | This Day in Aviation

  •  A Korean War Wall of Remembrance Set Hundreds of Errors in Stone - the New York Times

  •  Analysis of Mission Command Within the Battle of Ia Drang | Small Wars Journal

  •  Andrew Marshalls Reflections on Net Assessment | Center for International Maritime Security

  •  Full Article: Admiral Hyman Rickover: Engineer of Power

  •  Jimmy Carter's Exposure to Nuclear Danger -

  •  Review Of Molly Pucci. Security Empire: The Secret Police in Communist Eastern Europe. Yale-Hoover Series on Authoritarian Regimes. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2020. Xiv + 378 Pp. $65.00 (Cloth), Isbn 978-0-300-24257-7. Reviewed by Robert E. Blobaum (West Virginia University)

  •  Sea Control 402- How Fall 1949 Shaped the Cold War With Dr. John Curatola | Center for International Maritime Security

  •  Secret Hero of Korean War Air Battle to Receive Navy Cross |

  •  There Will Be War - by Michael Brenes - Warfare and Welfare

  •  What Killed the Thresher? | RealClearDefense


Post Cold War:

  •  Amateur Hour Part Iii: Its Still Not About the Airplane - War on the Rocks

  •  From George to Barack: A Look at Secret Bush Memos to theObama Team - the New York Times

  •  How the Ukraine War Accelerates the Defense Strategy - War on the Rocks

  •  How the War in Ukraine Ends | the New Yorker

  •  How to Fix a Howitzer: U.S. Offers Help Line to Ukraine Troops | RealClearDefense

  •  New Lives in the City: How Taleban Have Experienced Life in Kabul - Afghanistan Analysts Network - English

  •  No One Knows if Decades-Old Nukes Would Actually Work | Wired

  •  Rebuilding U.S. Inventories: Six Critical Systems | Center for Strategic and International Studies

  •  Something Was Badly Wrong: When Washington Realized Russia Was Actually Invading Ukraine - Politico

  •  Strategic Amnesia: The U.S. Armys Stubborn Rush to Its Next War

  •  The Somme in the Sky: Lessons From the Russo-Ukrainian Air War - War on the Rocks

  •  Ukraine Will Get M1 Abrams Without Secret Armor | RealClearDefense

  •  What to Know About Western Tanks Going to Ukraine - the New York Times



  •  A Hero | Naval History Magazine - February 2021 Volume 35, Number 1

  •  Global Maritime History PhD Opportunity - All the Watery Margins: Water and the American Civil War - Global Maritime History

  •  Review Of Michael a. Verney. a Great and Rising Nation: Naval Exploration and Global Empire in the Early Us Republic. American Beginnings, 1500-1900 Series. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2022. 320 Pp. $105.00 (Cloth), Isbn 978-0-226-81838-2; $35.00 (Paper), Isbn 978-0-226-81992-1. Reviewed by Abby Mullen (United States Naval Academy)

  •  Risky Rescue | Proceedings - April 1951 Vol. 77/4/578

  •  Was the Us Navys Littoral Combat Ship a Mistake? - Naval Technology



  •  #Reviewing Paths of Dissent: Soldiers Speak Out Against America's Misguided Wars

  •  #Reviewing the American Way of Irregular Warfare

  •  A Priceless Pittance - the Benefits of the British Indo-Pacific Tilt | Thin Pinstriped Line

  •  Are Veterans More Prone to Political Violence Than Civilians?

  •  Book Review: The Complexity of Modern Asymmetric Warfare | Small Wars Journal

  •  Counterinsurgency as Fad: Americas Rushed Engagement With Irregular Warfare: Journal of Strategic Studies: Vol 0, No 0

  •  Mandela Way: Stompie the Tank to the Skip House

  •  Rape: The Worlds Most Neglected War Crime | History Workshop

  •  Time to Scrap the Tank? Should the British Army Sunset the Challenger Mbt? | Thin Pinstriped Line

  •  U.S. Naval Institute Blog

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