Upcoming Articles in The Journal of Military History
Last Updated February 2019

Note: This list includes only those articles scheduled to appear in regular issues of The Journal of Military History. Articles scheduled to appear in special issues of The JMH will be listed separately when the contents of those numbers have been finalized.

  • “Decimation and Unit Cohesion: Why were Roman Legionaries Willing to Perform Decimation?” By Elizabeth Pearson
  • “The Roman and Byzantine Origins of the Trace Italienne.” By Robert Vigus
  • “Attila’s Appetite: The Logistics of Attila the Hun’s Invasion of Italy in 452.” By Jason Linn.
  • “The Size of Bulgaria’s Field Armies: A Case Study of Medieval Mobilization Capacity.” By Alexander Leonardo Stoyanov
  • “The Battle of the Gates of Trajan, 986: A Reassessment.” By Matthew Larnach
  • “The Mongol Campaign in Hungary, 1241-1242: The Archaeology and History of Nomadic Conquest and Massacre.” By Wayne Lee et al.
  • “The Siege of Montfort and Mamluk Artillery Technology in 1271: Integrating the Archaeology and Topography with Narrative Sources.” By Michael S. Fulton
  • “’This French artillery is very good and very effective’: Hypotheses on the Diffusion of Military Technology in Renaissance Italy.” By Fabrizio Ansani
  • “Determining Early Modern European Army Strength: The Case of Electoral Saxony.” By Lucia Staiano-Daniels
  • “Under the Uniform: Tyrants and Praetorians in the Aftermath of Revolution (1829-1854).” By Manuel Santirso
  • “The Red Cross, Daughters of the American Revolution, and the Origins of the U.S. Army Nurse Corps in the Spanish-American War (1898).” By David Krueger
  • “’Clouds gathering on the horizon’: The Russian Army and the Preparation of the Imperial Population for War, 1906-14.” By Donald Wright
  • “War as it might have been’: British Sea Power and the First World War.” By David Morgan-Owen.
  • “A new and deadly game’: British Sporting Culture during the Great War.” By Peter Donaldson
  • “Men on the Margins: Representations of Colonial Troops in British and French Trench Newspapers of the Great War.” By Elizabeth Stice
  • “Doughboys, the YMCA, and the Moral Economy of Sacrifice in the First World War.” By Sebastian Lukasik
  • “The Rebirth and Progress of the Polish Military during the Interwar Years.” By Jacek Czarnecki
  • “Failing to Speak the Same Language: The Roots of ‘Jointness’ in the United States, 1919-1939.” By Ryan Wadle
  • “Women, Violence and the Arab Revolt in Palestine, 1936-1939.” By Matthew Hughes
  • “Older German Officers and National Socialist Activism: Evidence from the Volkssturm.” By David Yelton
  • “Soviet Planning for War, 1936-1941: The ‘Preventive Attack’ Thesis in Historical Context.” By Richard W. Harrison
  • “Engineering the Fighter Pilot: Aviators, Anti-G Suits and Allied Air Power, 1940-1953.” By Peter Hobbins
  • “Bootstrapping the Battle of Britain.” By Niall MacKay et al.
  • “The Survival of Auftragstaktik during the Soviet Counterattack in the Battle for Moscow, December 1941 to January 1942.” By Miguel A. Lopez
  • “Stealing a March: The Superiority of the Imperial Japanese Navy’s Underway Fueling Capability to that of the U.S. Navy.” By David C. Fuquea
  • “Royal Air Force Bomber Command, the ‘Overlord Diversion’ and ‘Precision’ Bombing at Night.” By William A. Jacobs
  • “Friction in Action: Revisiting the U.S. Army Air Forces’ August 1943 Raid on Ploesti.” By Kenneth Werrell
  • “Rescuing a General: General Haywood “Possum” Hansell and the Burden of Command.” By Heather Venable
  • “’Scientific ammunition to fire at Congress’: Intelligence, Reparations, and the U.S. Army Air Forces, 1944-1947.” By Stephen Petrina
  • “I am fully aware of my guilt”: Insights from a Soviet Military Tribunal’s Investigation of German Army War Crimes, 1946-47.” By David Wildermuth
  • “Singapore, Hong Kong and the Royal Navy’s in Korea, c. 1950-1953.” By Joshua-John Seah
  • “Cautious Hawk: Maxwell Taylor and the Path to War in Vietnam.” By Ingo Trauschweizer