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8 blogs about Military.

  1. Airminded
    “Airpower and British society, 1908-1941 (mostly).” By Brett Holman. 🇦🇺
    At Mastodon
    With Twitter's future looking increasingly nasty, brutish and/or short, I've made alternative arrangements for my array of Airminded social media accounts at Mastodon. My main account is: @[email protected] This instance,, is run by Humanities …
    By Brett Holman, 570 words

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  2. From Balloons to Drones – Articles
    “Air Power throughout the Ages.” By Ross Mahoney, et al.
    #Podcast – The Origins of Air Power in the US: An Interview with Dr Laurence Burke II
    Editorial Note: Led by Editor Dr Mike Hankins, From Balloons to Drones produces a monthly podcast that provides an outlet for the presentation and evaluation of air power scholarship, the exploration of historical topics and …
    By Ross, 293 words

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  3. Great War Fiction
    By George Simmers. 🇬🇧
    ‘The Waste Land – A Biography of a Poem’
    I’ve greatly enjoyed reading Matthew Hollis’s The Waste Land: A Biography of a Poem, even though it tells a story that has been told before – most notably in Robert Crawford’s very good biography, Young …
    By George Simmers, 482 words

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  4. Hush-Kit
    “The alternative aviation magazine.” By Joe Coles.
    Top 10 things fighter pilots really don’t want to hear
    We wonder which 10 things fighter pilots least wanted to hear so we looked for the biggest wristwatch in the bar and found it on the wrist of Paul Tremelling. After a life spent taming …
    By Hush Kit, 66 words

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  5. 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. 🇬🇧 🇮🇪
    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

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  6. Mark R. Stoneman
    “Independent editor, translator, and historian.” 🇺🇸
    The new owner of Twitter is turning that site into something of a dumpster fire, so I have set up an account on a Mastodon server as well. I’m not sure where this will lead, …
    By Mark R. Stoneman, 155 words

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  7. Restricted Data: The Nuclear Secrecy Blog
    By Alex Wellerstein. 🇺🇸
    Did the Japanese offer to surrender before Hiroshima? (Part 2)
    This is second post of a two part series on this topic. Click here for part one. Did the Japanese offer to surrender before the atomic bombs were dropped in August 1945? In my first …
    By Alex Wellerstein, 4,325 words

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  8. War and Security
    “History of war and current national security issues.” By Martin Gibson. 🇬🇧
    The Russo-Ukraine war: Implications for UK Defence
    Excellent analysis of the implications of the Russo-Ukraine War for British defence policy by Geraint Hughes of the Defence Studies Department, King’s College London. Defence-In-Depth Geraint Hughes, Defence Studies Department, King’s College London Over a …
    By Martin Gibson, 181 words

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