Please see the latest issue of the BJMH published on 18 March 2021. There is a wide variety of articles - something for everyone!
This download will take you to the complete issue whilst the URL above will enable you also to select individual articles and reviews.
We are very pleased to present the latest issue of the British Journal for Military History, covering material relating to a wide range of time periods, geographic areas and subject themes, including the role of animals in conflict and the ways in which combatants identified peoples and places in South Africa and the Levant.
We would like to flag the inclusion of another Research Note, in this issue, having initiated this type of contribution in our last issue. This offers a very significant way in which researchers may discuss their current projects, further enabling a more active conversation among those active in the field of military history. We hope that many readers will consider whether they have anything to contribute here, as this is a part of the journal which we are keen to develop.
There is now a steady flow of articles being submitted, and the future of the journal looks very bright indeed. Our next issue, in July, will be a Special Issue guest-edited by Zack White, featuring the work of new researchers. Following this, a further ordinary issue will be published in November.
RICHARD S. GRAYSON & ERICA WALD
Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
Cover picture: Part of a tapestry of the Battle of Wijnendale (1708) by Lambert de Hondt II, Blenheim Palace (UK). Image public domain, via Wikimedia Commons