Military History magazine presents land, naval & air warfare from ancient times to the late 20th century. Military History is the nation’s oldest and most popular war magazine devoted to the history of warfare. Topics include naval history, army, infantry and foot soldiers from all branches of the military. Each issue contains incisive accounts from top military writers and historians who take a fresh look at our nation's military heritage: the commanders, campaigns, battles, and weapons that made history.
For the sake of concision this entry discusses only contemporary analyticalphilosophers working on war. Readers are directed to the excellent workof philosophers and intellectual historians such as Greg Reichberg,Pablo Kalmanovitz, Daniel Schwartz, and Rory Cox to gain furtherinsights about historical just war theory (see, in particular, Cox2016; Kalmanovitz 2016; Reichberg 2016; Schwartz 2016).
You don’t need to be a history buff to know about the American Civil War and it’s impact on the then developing United States. Whether you’re new to the subject of history or not, it’s good to get more background on such a historical war. You can start by visiting the new APU sponsored blog, .
In short, history and War Studies at Birmingham are closely linked, but War Studies students will fiercely argue that they are presented with the opportunity to become truly knowledgeable in a broad field, compared with the history student’s command of often a (relatively) short period.