Military History Digest
The Military History Digest is a long-running series which is, in essence, a roughly-biweekly digest of the best of the military history web, as chosen (egotistically) by me. I read quite a few military history blogs on a regular basis and I share the entries that I find particularly interesting.
Edition #157 (at H-War)
Edition #156 (at H-War)
Back Digests (at H-War).
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