Military History

Professor Jeremy Black on how Britain, France and the Ottoman Empire found themselves fighting together in the Crimea

These two volumes are a solid starting point for understanding the British and Commonwealth air war

Professor Jeremy Black explores and debunks some generalisations about war in early modern Europe

Professor Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss the impacts on medieval warfare

Professor Jeremy Black talks with Graham Stewart about the defence and capture of walled cities and castles

Professor Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss the nature of warfare in Ancient Greece and Rome

Notwithstanding our favourite WWII stories, derring-do doesn’t win wars

Professor Jeremy Black offers Graham Stewart a crash course in the history of war

Graham Stewart and Jeremy Black on how the British military has been shaped over the last two hundred years

A.S.H. Smyth yomps to the scant, wind-battered ruins of the first British colony on the Falkland Islands