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Blogs about Military

11 blogs about Military.

  1. Airminded
    Airpower and British society, 1908-1941 (mostly). By Brett Holman. 🇦🇺 More info

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    A bad day at the office
    While looking for something else, I came across this rather incredible photo in the Imperial War Museum collection. That's a seaplane stuck 300 feet up a 350ft tall radio mast! If that's not amazing enough, …
    By Brett Holman, 381 words
  2. Corporal Frisk
    Finnish blogger in reserve, defence and national security. By Robin Häggblom. 🇫🇮 More info

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    Wrote ‘Are you allowed to speak about The War in Finland’ for KKrVA
    Following the Swedish debate that kicked off earlier this year when key ministers spoke out publicly about the risk of a war involving Sweden, a number of commentators invoked Finland and the Finnish public discussion …
    By Corporal Frisk, 134 words
  3. Flintlock and tomahawk
    American warfare 1690-1835 in popular culture, art, in miniature and in wargames, through Living History and in movies. By Ralphus. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Frontier Soldiers of New France
    New title added to the Autumn 2024 list!Frontier Soldiers of New France examines the official and regulation dress, weapons and equipment of the regular colonial troops maintained by the French government in North America from …
    By Ralphus, 190 words
  4. From Balloons to Drones – Articles
    Air Power throughout the Ages. By Ross Mahoney, et al. More info

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    #FilmReview – Masters of the Air, Episode Four
    By Dr Luke Truxal Editorial note: On 26 January 2024, Apple TV+ launched the much-anticipated series Masters of the Air. This series follows the actions of the US 100th Bomb Group during the Combined Bomber …
    By Ross, 74 words
  5. Great War Fiction
    By George Simmers. 🇬🇧 More info

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    A Miserable Kipling
    Here, from the Lyttelton Times, a New Zealand newspaper of 1911, is yet another proof of the strange side-effects of Rudyard Kipling’s immense celebrity:
    By George Simmers, 27 words
  6. Hush-Kit
    The alternative aviation magazine. By Joe Coles. More info

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    AI attempts to draw British aircraft and we spit out our collective tea in awe at these magnificent obscenities
    As everyone knows, AI will definitely turn against us and destroy all humans within the next couple of years or so. As a result we only have a short window to point out its flaws …
    By Hush Kit, 75 words
  7. The Invasion Network
    Established to encourage collaboration between researchers working under the broad theme of invasion, with a particular focus on British invasion fears in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. By Dustin Risner, Ailise Bulfin. 🇬🇧 🇮🇪 More info

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    Conference Report for ‘Britain Afraid: Imperial Insecurities and National Fears, 1798- 1945’
    SUMMARY OF THE PAPERS Conference report for ‘Britain Afraid: Imperial Insecurities and National Fears, 1798-1945’, organised by Dr James Crossland and hosted by Liverpool John MooresUniversity in collaboration with the Invasion Network, 21–22 June 2022 …
    By theinvasionnetwork, 70 words
  8. laststandonzombieisland
    Weapons, Wars, Preparation and Security from a recovering gun nut turned bad writer. By Christopher Eger. 🇺🇸 More info

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    You Know the AR15/18 Mash-Up that is the T65, yes?
    The Taiwan-based Republic of China Army has always looked very American-ish in terms of equipment and the force recently showed off some updates that included a curious AR. The 130,000-member force, which traces its lineage …
    By laststandonzombieisland, 348 words
  9. Mark R. Stoneman
    Independent editor, translator, and historian. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Juggling Social Media Platforms
    I quit the old bird site last December, and I’ve been a happy Mastodon user instead ever since. Nonetheless, I’ve recently begun dalliances with Threads and Bluesky. I’m not looking for greener pastures, but I’m …
    By Mark R. Stoneman, 1,348 words
  10. Restricted Data: The Nuclear Secrecy Blog
    By Alex Wellerstein. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Henry Stimson didn’t go to Kyoto on his honeymoon
    The city of Kyoto was the only great city of Japan to be spared serious bombing during World War II, despite being among the top targets preferred for the atomic bomb, thanks to the unprecedented …
    By Alex Wellerstein, 3,561 words
  11. War and Security
    History of war and current national security issues. By Martin Gibson. 🇬🇧 More info

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    British Troops Readied for Show of Force
    The Times has reported that next month the UK will to deploy 20,000 military personnel across eastern Europe as part of the NATO exercise Steadfast Defender. They will be accompanied by one of the Royal …
    By Martin Gibson, 245 words