Upcoming Articles in The Journal of Military History
Last Updated August 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.

  • “The Roman and Byzantine Origins of the Trace Italienne.” By Robert Vigus
  • “The Battle of the Gates of Trajan: A Reassessment.” By Matthew Larnach
  • “The Mongol Campaign in Hungary, 1241-1242: The Archaeology and History of Nomadic Conquest and Massacre.” By Wayne Lee, Attila Gyucha, and Zoltán Rôzsa
  • "Bastion of Empire: The Italian terzo vecchio of the Army of Flanders (1597-1682)." By Maurizio Arfaiol
  • “The Military Revolution and European Wars outside Europe: The Dutch-Portuguese War in Asia in the First Quarter of the Seventeenth Century.” By André Murteira
  • “Determining Early Modern European Army Strength: The Case of Electoral Saxony.” By Lucian Staiano-Daniels
  • “The Survival of France: Logistics and Strategy in the 1709 Flanders Campaign.” By Darryl Dee
  • “The Impact of Clausewitz’s Early Life on his Theories and Politics.” By Peter Paret
  • “’There Will Still Remain Heroes and Patriots’: The Politics of Resignation in the Early American Navy, 1794-1815.” By Thomas Sheppard
  • “’Patriots,’ ‘Cowards,’ and “Men Disloyal at Heart’: Labor and Politics at the Springfield Armory, 1861-1865.” By Antwain K. Hunter
  • “’Clouds gathering on the horizon’: The Russian Army and the Preparation of the Imperial Population for War.” 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
  • “Doughboys, the YMCA, and the Moral Economy of Sacrifice in the First World War.” By Sebastian Lukasik
  • “’Charlie’ Chaplains in the Great War: Chaplains’ Experiences in the U.S. Army, 1917-1919.” By David I. Goldman
  • “Failing to Speak the Same Language: The Roots of ‘Jointness’ in the United States, 1919-1939.” By Ryan Wadle
  • “A Technological Fiasco: Scientific Research, Institutional Culture, and Fascism in the Italian Navy (1919-1940).” By Fabio De Ninno
  • “A Drop too Ridiculous? Air-Resupply Anecdotes in Military History.” By Erich Wagner
  • “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.
  • “Reappraising the Royal Air Force Contribution to the Defence of Crete, 1941.” By David Stubbs.
  • “The Survival of Auftragstaktik during the Soviet Counterattack in the Battle for Moscow, December 1941 to January 1942.” By Miguel A. Lopez
  • "Seeds of Victory: Satisfying the Needs of the Red Army and the Soviet State during the Formation of the Kursk Salient, February-June 1943." By Daniel F. Giblin
  • “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
  • “Churchill’s Butchers: Mission 204’s Operations in China, 1942-1945.” By Jordan Lim
  • “Rescuing a General: General Haywood ‘Possum’ Hansell and the Burden of Command.” By Heather Venable
  • “Contested Crimes: Race, Gender, and Nation in Histories of GI Sexual Violence, World War II.” By Ruth Lawlor
  • “Harvey A. DeWeerd and the Dawn of Academic Military History in the United States.” By Timothy S. Wolters
  • “’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 War in Korea, 1950-1953.” By Joshua-John Seah
  • “Warriors Who Don’t Fight: The Post-Cold War United States Army and Debates over Peacekeeping Operations.” By David Fitzgerald