Call for Papers: Dress and War – Clothing and Textiles at Home and Abroad during the First World War Era, 1910–1920 

The Association of Dress Historians (ADH) announces a Conference about dress in the period 1910-1920. The conference theme is: Dress and War: Clothing and Textiles at Home and Abroad during the First World War Era, 1910–1920 The First World War ended on 11 November 1918. The Associati
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Women in War Newsletter, Countess Maria Tarnowska

A Special issue of the Women in War Newsletter about the memoir by Countess Maria Tarnowska.     Image: Countess Maria Tarnowska and Dr Hieronim Bartoszewski, Delegates of the Polish Red Cross, being blindfolded by German soldiers before passing through German lines to negot
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Female Speaker Bingo

I have been sent the attached slide which was recently used at a university conference in London on military history and asked to circulate it.  The slide should scotch any ideas that the sisterhood does not have a sense of humour.  After all, it cannot be a reflection of reality, can
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Women in War Newsletter 18, June 2017

Please see the latest Women in War Newsletter    
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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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