Call for Submissions: The Coffman Prize--The Society for Military History First Manuscript Prize

The Society for Military History First-Manuscript Prize is awarded annually to an author who has not previously published a scholarly book-length manuscript. The competition is open to scholars whose work blends military history with social, political, economic, and diplomatic history and to authors of studies centering on campaigns, leaders, technology, and doctrine.

H-Net Job Guide Weekly Report For H-War: 11 December - 18 December

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Re: Kirchubel on Brownell and Drace-Brownell, 'The First Nazi: Erich Ludendorff, The Man Who Made Hitler Possible'

Interesting "take no prisoners" critical review, and I for one appreciate calling a spade a spade. But I am curious about one thing: I've read widely in the secondary literature about World War I, and cannot recall seeing a reference to the "Third Army OHL." I know, of course, that OHL refers to the army high command, but was this the "third" such incarnation? What were the first two? Just wondering.

A Forgotten Revolution? RAF Army Co-operation Command and Artillery Co-operation

In our latest article at From Balloons to Drones, Dr Matthew Powell explores 'A Forgotten Revolution? RAF Army Co-operation Command and Artillery Co-operation.' You can find the article here:- https://balloonstodrones.com/2017/12/12/a-forgotten-revolution-raf-army-co-operation-command-and-artillery-co-operation/

Publication announcement of a edited volume on precolonial Southeast Asian Warfare

Dear Colleagues,


I would like to announce that a volume of articles on precolonial warfare in Southeast Asia, edited by myself and Kathryn Wellen (KITLV) will be out shortly from NIAS in Copenhagen. The details are below:


Michael W. Charney & Kathryn Wellen (eds.), Warring Societies of Pre-Colonial Southeast Asia: Local Cultures of Conflict Within a Regional Context (Copenhagen: NIAS, 2017).



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