Discussions

CROSS-POSTED REVIEW: H-Net Review [H-Albion]: Dove on Lincoln, 'British Pirates and Society, 1680-1730'

Margarette Lincoln.  British Pirates and Society, 1680-1730.
Farnham, Surrey  Ashgate, 2014.  294 pp.  $118.70 (cloth), ISBN
978-1-4724-2994-0.

Reviewed by Michael F. Dove (Western University)
Published on H-Albion (December, 2016)
Commissioned by Jeffrey R. Wigelsworth

Changing Trajectories

CROSS-POSTED REVIEW: H-Net Review [H-German]: Jaskot on Kitchen, 'Speer: Hitler's Architect'

Martin Kitchen.  Speer: Hitler's Architect.  New Haven  Yale
University Press, 2015.  xii + 442 pp.  $37.50 (cloth), ISBN
978-0-300-19044-1.

Reviewed by Paul B. Jaskot (Depaul University)
Published on H-German (November, 2016)
Commissioned by Jeremy DeWaal

Society for Military History Conference Mentoring Program Deadline

Folks--

The SMH Conference registration page (http://louisville.edu/history/events/smhc ) includes a choice for MA & Ph.D students to have a chance to meet with a mentor at the conference ( a senior scholar in military history).  The deadline for the mentoring program is March 1, so if you’re interested, be sure to register for the conference before then.

regards,

David Silbey

 

Re: Herrera on Smith, 'William Howe and the American War of Independence'

This definitely sounds like a book I need to read. A few years back O'Shaughnessy, in his wonderful volume _The Men Who Lost America_ attempted to make the case that for the British, the American Revolutionary War was essentially unwinnable. I loved his book (essential reading for students of the Revolution!) but disagreed -- I think the Howe brothers might have won the war in 1776.

CERCLES Book Reviews (February 2018)

The CERCLES team (University of Rouen, France) is pleased to announce its regular series of reviews of books on the English-speaking world.

http://www.cercles.com/review/reviews.html

Of particular interest to H-War subscribers in the February 2018 series :

 

Thomas W. Cawkwell, UK Communication Strategies for Afghanistan, 2001-2014 (London: Routledge, 2016)—Reviewed by Emma L. Briant, University of Essex

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