The John L. Nau III Center for Civil War History at the University of Virginia is pleased to announce Andrew E.
It's so often quoted and paraphrased that military "...Amateurs talk about tactics, but professionals study logistics" that seeing the following article, with this opening paragraph, was a punch to the guts regards the professional decay of the US Army institutional culture --
Are We Seeing The End Of History At The Army Command And General Staff College?
By MAJ. NICK BRUNETTI-LIHACH, USMC on June 20, 2018
Twenty-three years ago Mark Parillo, who then was my colleague at Kansas State University, introduced H-War by saying that “It should be clear from this that my interest in assisting with this list lies not in any inherent joy in the technology of the Internet but rather in my belief in this list's potential value as a research and communications tool for teachers, librarians, and researchers in the field of military history.
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A review of Kurt A. Raaflaub, ed. and tr., The Landmark Julius Caesar: The Complete Works: Gallic War, Civil War, Alexandrian War, African War, and Spanish War, by Donald Lateiner, Ohio Wesleyan University.
James P. Holoka, editor
The National Archives of the UK recently published a "classroom resource" for students on the Battle of Jutland, May 31 1916.
It is a remarkbly revisionist take on this battle, concentrating on the waste of the lives of the thousands of British sailors lost ...