Military History

Blogging about the Battlefield since 2005


Here are some great journals and magazines that deal with military history:

Air Force Magazine: Journal of the Air Force Association

Airman: Magazine of America’s Air Force

Air and Space Power Journal

Armchair General

Armed Forces Journal International

Armor: Magazine of Mounted Warfare

Army Magazine

Civil War History

Comitatus: A Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Foreign Affairs

Foreign Policy

Harvard International Review

History Today

Joint Force Quarterly

The Journal of America’s Military Past

Journal of Conflict Studies

Journal of Military and Strategic Studies

The Journal of Military History

Journal of Modern History

Journal for the Study of Peace and Conflict

Leatherneck: Magazine of the Marines

Leavenworth Papers (Combat Studies Institute, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, KS)

MERIA: Middle East Review of International Affairs

Mexican War Journal

Military History

MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History

Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin

Military Review

The National Interest

Naval War College Review

The NCO Journal


Peace and Change: A Journal of Peace Research

Political Science Quarterly

Political Science Scholarly Journals (American Poltical Science Association)

Post-Soviet Armies Newsletter

Proceedings of the U.S. Naval Institute

Prologue: Quarterly of the National Archives and Records Administration

Quartermaster Professional Bulletin

RUSI Journal (Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies, London, England, U.K.)

The Stars and Stripes: The American Soldiers’ Newspaper of World War I, 1918-1919 (American Memory, Library of Congress)

The Stars and Stripes

Strategic Review: The Quarterly Journal of the United States Strategic Institute

War, Literature, and the Arts

War & Society: A Journal of the History of Warfare and its Impact on Society

War Times Journal

Wayne's Journal

A life of a B-25 tail gunner with the 42nd Bombardment Group in the South Pacific

The ogre of the tale

“The historian is like the ogre of fairy tales:where he smells human flesh, there he finds his quarry.” / Marc Bloch

War and Security

History of war and current national security issues

Military History

Blogging about the Battlefield since 2005

The War Studies Group

Discussing war and peace throughout history

International History

Diplomatic and Military History since the Middle Ages

Skulking in Holes and Corners

Genteelly Observing the Enemy since 2011

Civil War History

The Blog Between the States.

Frontier Battles

Covering the wars for and against empire in America, 1607-1815

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