WG 2 is focusing on military history for military professionals and academic personnel.
Military history is one of the important branches in military studies. WG 2 helps to popularize forgotten topics. We are addressing a large variety of themes and topics: history of warfare and military practice, including matters related to strategy, operational planning, tactical doctrine, art of war, military operations, doctrinal subjects, military institutions, innovation in the past. We have the opportunity to have a multinational working group which is supporting broader perspectives.
Art Johanson, Baltic Defence College, email@example.com
The military history working group aims to improve knowledge of the history of warfare and military practice through practitioners’ research, communities of practice, and networks of learning. These processes are also subject to study and reporting to improve both individual and institutional practice.
History of warfare and military practice, including matters related to strategy, operational planning, tactical doctrine, art of war, history of warfare,military operations, doctrinal options and military planning
Logistics, intelligence, propaganda, technology and innovation, military leadership, development of military institutions, civil-military relations, impact of wars on society, military thought, origins of wars, dynamics of conflict resolution, diplomacy and international relations
Many members of the Military History working group are involved in the annual Baltic Military History Conference, which has been held every year since 2009.
This is one of the original eight working groups of the ISMS established at Amsterdam in 2008.
Annual Colloquium, Canadian Military History 4-5 May 2018
A new journal of military history, Nuova Antologia Militare: Rivista interdisciplinare della società Italiana di storia militare, has now published three issues, open access online. This journal provides abstracts in English, and publishes articles from ancient to contemporary military history in both English and Italian. www.nam-sism.org, Editor, Virgilio Ilari, firstname.lastname@example.org