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Welcome to our newest writer

Posted by Daniel Sauerwein on April 6, 2010

I would like to welcome John McGee to the writing staff of Military History Blog. I will soon create a bio. page for him and look forward to him posting in the near future. Welcome to MHB John!

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Update on my project in military geography

Posted by Daniel Sauerwein on October 9, 2007

My apologies for somewhat neglecting this site, but I hope to get some new writers and encourage you all to consider writing for this site if interested. As stated in an earlier post, I have been working on a directed study in Military Geography with one of my classmates and one of my professors. I had planned to update you regularly on this site as to the progress, but instead have built a site just for the project, which I invite you to check out.

I have created The Military Geography Project, a new site on WordPress and am organizing it to be a professional site that will showcase what we are doing in terms of research and presenting one of our projects, Sources in American Military Geography , which will be an annotated bibliography of important sources relating to American military history and military geography. If anyone has an interest in military geography outside of America, I am more than willing to have others help build this site up to cover many areas within military geography. The Project can be reached via email at: militarygeography@gmail.com.

If you are interested in just knowing what we are up to each week, then keep checking the site, as I usually write a short update post each week. Have a great week and keep researching.

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