Military History Matters: the history of war, written by experts
Transport yourself to the thick of battle with the compelling narrative and authoritative detail in Military History Matters – from the 20th-century to the ancient world.
Was Jutland the battle that won the First World War? What really happened at Waterloo? Should the Anglo-Saxons have triumphed at the Battle of Hastings? What went on inside Hitler’s ‘Wolf’s Lair’? In each issue you can expect more than just reported stories: our extended features tell you what really happened, why decisions were made, and, importantly, who really won.
You’ll find unparalleled coverage in every magazine, with the latest research and detailed analysis from world-renowned historians. Examine the strategy and tactics used in battle and read eye-witness accounts, all put into context with detailed battle-maps and comprehensive timelines.
And that’s not all – in addition to the main features, you’ll find sections dealing with the culture behind the conflict, as well as book reviews, events, news, battlefield guides, and more – all accompanied by striking graphics and illustrations.
Who are we?
Military History Matters was launched in September 2010, and changed its name from Military History Monthly in January 2019. Six issues are produced each year, and they are published every other month.
Neil Faulkner, Editor
Neil is an archaeologist and historian who works as a lecturer, writer, editor, and occasional broadcaster. He is co-director of the Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project in Norfolk and of the Great Arab Revolt Project in Jordan.
Educated at King’s College, Cambridge, and the Institute of Archaeology, UCL, he is currently a Research Fellow at the University of Bristol. The author of countless magazine articles and numerous academic papers, his books include: Apocalypse: the great Jewish revolt against Rome, AD 66-73; Rome: empire of the eagles; and A Visitor’s Guide to the Ancient Olympics. His latest book, Lawrence of Arabia’s War, will be published by Yale University Press in spring 2015.
As well as being the Editor of Military History Matters, he has a long association with both Current Archaeology and Current World Archaeology.
Calum Henderson, Assistant Editor
Calum read History at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, where he developed interests in revolutionary and modern political history. He continued his studies at the University of Glasgow with an MA in Modern History, writing a thesis on 21st century American interventions in the Middle East. After some work as an online journalist, Calum joined MHM as Assistant Editor.
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