Military History Magazine Yearly Subscription
Military History is one of America's best-known magazines devoted to the history of warfare and military strategy and tactics. Each issue delves into the lives of military commanders, popular campaigns, important battles, and the advances in weaponry that have occurred throughout our nation's history.More...
Military History is one of America's best-known magazines devoted to the history of warfare and military strategy and tactics. Each issue delves into the lives of military commanders, popular campaigns, important battles, and the advances in weaponry that have occurred throughout our nation's history.
In each new issue, everyone from the casual reader to the avid history buff will find everything they ever wanted to know about important historical battles and campaigns, as well as weapons in land, naval, and air warfare.
Features may include in-depth, detailed looks at naval ships and tactics throughout history, book reviews on the latest and greatest nonfiction historical accounts, as well as memoirs, profiles of famous commanders and leaders, as well as historical researchers, accounts of war machines from bombers to tanks, and America's military heritage. Top military writers and experts deliver a fresh look at recent and not-so-recent history, offering readers an inside pass into a whole new world of military history.
People who love learning about the history of military warfare, tactics, strategy and more would benefit from a subscription to Military History magazine!
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As one would expect, Military History has articles on major battles: but it also has articles on lesser known conflicts that had significant impact on the modern world. A timely example in the current issue is an article about Marines and sailors fighting in North Korea. The fighting takes place not in the early 1950's but in 1871. The articles do not get bogged down in details and often go beyond the strategy to provide insight the participants. It is a very fine publication but subscribers should be aware that not all issues available on the newstand are available in the electronic version.
I've read this magazine for years now. I use to get it in the snail mail now on my tablet. Good general history.