Journal of Military History The Journal of Military History has been in publication since 1937 and covers a broad scope of military issues. These issues range across all time periods, all branches of the military, tactics, strategy, reviews of past and present military actions, and even explores geography as it pertains to military engagements. It is a scholarly, peer reviewed journal that is published quarterly. Its intended audience is young professionals such as doctors, lawyers, and professors, but also includes students, military professionals and amateur military historians. Some of the articles can be very dense and dry, but for the most part the articles are lively, well written and interesting, even for those not particularly interested in military history. As evidence of the scope of the journal’s articles, in the most recent published journal, in July of this the year, the articles ranged from an assessment of English cavalry, to World War II initiative programs, to discussions on the current war and Saddam Hussein’s motives for invading Iran. There is also an article on the origins of the Ground Observer Corps. in World War II.