BJMH, Vol 3, Issue 3

Volume 3, Issue 3 – EDITORIAL BJMH Vol 3 Issue 3 Welcome to issue 3 of our third volume. In this edition we take a closer look at the First World War at Sea. Working with the Journal for Maritime Research, this issue pulls together a number of papers from a conference put on by
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BJMH Vol 3 Issue 2

Welcome to the second issue of volume 3. BJMH Vol 3 Issue 2 We have a bumper start to 2017 with a range of papers that consider everything from the manipulation of public opinion in the 18th century following the Battle of Almenar to the role of junior Officer Training Centres in crea
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BJMH Vol 3 Issue 1

Welcome to the first issue of Volume 3. BJMH Vol 3 Issue 1 Covering a range of topics from the 15th century to the Cold War, in many respects this issue showcases the aspirations of the BJMH. We begin with a study of Aztec warriors and the tactics, techniques and weapons they employed
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BJMH Volume 2 Issue 3

Volume 2, Issue 3 – EDITORIAL Time to don your tin hats! Here comes the First World War centenary… again! 1 July 2016 will mark 100 years since the opening of the Battle of the Somme. Amidst the many questions that will be asked of the conduct, bloodshed, and legacy lies a golde
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BJMH Volume 2 Issue 2

Volume 2, Issue 2 – EDITORIAL ‘A pretty deplorable piece of work’ So said Michael Howard in his review of Alan Clark’s The Donkeys way back in 1961. Since then, of course, revisionist histories of the First World War have become the mainstream, shaping the work of a new generati
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BJMH Volume 2, Issue 1

Volume 2, Issue 1 – EDITORIAL Welcome to the first issue of volume 2. This issue is topped and tailed with discussions of arms and armour: plate armour at Agincourt and tank armour in the First World War! This reflects the fact that in and between the First World War and Waterlo
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BJMH – Vol. 1, No. 3 (2015)

British Journal for Military History Vol. 1, No. 3 (2015) Articles Huw J. Davies, ‘‘Moving forward in the old style’: Revisiting Wellington’s Greatest Battles from Assaye to Waterloo’ Waterloo, as Wellington’s final battle, and his only encounter with Napoleon, has b
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BJMH – Vol. 1, No. 2 (2015)

British Journal for Military History Vol. 1, No. 2 (2015) Articles Bruce Collins, ‘Introduction: Case Studies in Colonial Counter-Insurgency’ This issue of the journal is dedicated to articles on the history of colonial counter-insurgency. The whole subject has become increasingly con
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BJMH – Vol. 1, No. 1 (2014)

British Journal for Military History Vol. 1, No. 1 (2014) Articles Gary Sheffield, ‘A Once in a Century Opportunity? Some Personal Reflections on the Centenary of the First World War’ In this article Gary Sheffield sets out his opinions on the current commemoration plans and media res
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