Military History

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Military History Ring


If you regularly read this blog and enjoy this site, and you have your own website on military history, then you may want to consider joining the Military History Ring. As the ring description states, “This ring links sites with subject matter relating to military history. Sites may be on specific branches of the military, specific wars/conflicts, or on military history in general.”

To join the ring, you must agree to abide by the following rules:

1. You must have a valid email address and website URL, as ring administration will check it.

2. You must place the HTML code provided on your website (admin. will check to make sure your code is working before you become a member)

3. Your site must abide by all applicable laws pertaining to the jurisdiction in which you reside.

4. Your site may not advocate the overthrow of the government, assassination of persons, or any other illegal act.

5. Your site will present, to the best of your ability, information relating to some aspect of military history that is factual. This is an educational ring and administration does not want people misled.

If interested in joining the ring, click here.

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