Military History Monthly – The History of Conflict: On Land, at Sea, and in the Air
Conflict is exciting, compelling, tragic … and war determines history. Think Hastings, Bosworth, D-Day. Every conflict produces its own tales of derring-do and its own heroes who are remembered in their own country and beyond: Henry V, Nelson, Montgomery …
Military History Monthly is the new monthly magazine that brings the battles to life with action-packed narrative and authoritative detail. We tell the real stories of the heroes, both celebrated and forgotten, and battles and feats of daring on land, at sea, and in the air.
But Military History Monthly is not just about telling the stories; we lift the fog of war, and cut through the victors’ propaganda, to truly analyse what really happened, why decisions were made, and, importantly, who really won. We look at the new research, and the new theories, to bring unparalleled analysis and expert opinion of our military history, and show just how relevant it is to our military today.
The main focus of Military History Monthly is on Britain’s own military history, and 20th century conflicts, but we also report on both the battles that affected the lives of earlier generations too – and the conflicts that Britain is involved in today.
Enjoy Military History Monthly every month – the new magazine for everyone fascinated by the history of conflict.
Who are we?
Military Times was launched in September 2010, and changed name to Military History Monthly in November 2011.
Neil Faulkner, Editor
Neil is an archaeologist and historian. He works as a lecturer, writer, excavator, and occasional broadcaster on a wide range of archaeological and historical subjects.
Educated at King’s College, Cambridge, and the Institute of Archaeology, UCL, he is now a Research Fellow at the University of Bristol, a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, the Features Editor of Current Archaeology, and a Lecturer for NADFAS.
He co-directs the Great War Archaeology Group, the Great Arab Revolt Project (in Jordan), and the Digging Dad’s Army Project (in London).
George Clode, Assistant Editor
After graduating from the University of Reading with a BA in English Literature, George completed various internships at London magazines. He worked as Editorial Assistant on the sustainable lifestyle title, Sublime Magazine, while managing the music and culture section of online publication, International Life.
He joined Military Times as Editorial Assistant in preparation for its launch in 2010, and became Assistant Editor at the time of its relaunch as Military History Monthly.