Upcoming Articles in The Journal of Military History
Last Updated April 2017

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.

  • “’A damn hard job’: James A. Van Fleet and the Combat Effectiveness of U.S. Infantry, July 1951-February 1953.” By William M. Donnelly
  • “’The rage of Tory-hunting’: Loyalist Prisoners, Civil War, and the Violent Backdrop to American Independence.” By Cole Jones
  • "Military Learning and Adaptation Shaped by Social Context: The U.S. Army and its 'Indian Wars'." By Samuel J. Watson.
  • "Climate, Environment and Australian Frontier Wars: New South Wales, 1788-1814." By John Connor.
  • "Adversary and Ally: The Role of Weather in the Life and Career of George Washington." By Cameron Boutin
  • "The Battle of Flodden 1513: Re-examining Warfare in Renaissance Britain." By David Grummitt
  • For Want of a Nail: The Impact of Shipping on Grand Strategy in World War II: The George C. Marshall Lecture, January 2017.” By Craig Symonds
  • “Dissecting the Origins of Air-Centric Special Operations Theory.” By Patrick J. Charles
  • “Australian-New Zealand Relations and Commitments to Asian Conflicts, 1950-1972.” By Ian McGibbon
  • “Colonel E. G. Keogh and the Making of the Australian Army Journal.” By Russell Parkin
  • “The Real Controller of the Battle: The Importance of Studying Tactical Battalion Command—A Case Study [from the First World War].” By William Westerman
  • “Emory Upton’s Twenty-six: Desertion and Divided Loyalty of U.S. Army Soldiers, 1860-1861.” By Mark Johnson
  • “Partisans’ Lost Victories: Operations in Montenegro and Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1944-1945.” By Gaj Trifkovic
  • “Unintended Consequences: Baton Rounds, Riots, and Counterinsurgency in Northern Ireland, 1970-1981.” By Brian Drohan
  • “The American Origins of Academic Military History in Canada: Princeton University, the Carnegie Endowment, and C. P. Stacey’s Canada and the British Army.” By Roger Sarty
  • “French Intelligence on the Russian Army on the Eve of the First World War.” By Keith Armes
  • Review essay: “Clausewitz’s Life and Work as a Historical Subject—Reflections on a New Biography.” By Peter Paret