We've started a new podcast on military historians and scholars of war and society, focusing on who's behind the names and faces you see on book covers and in documentaries. How did these seemingly normal people get into history? What floats their boat about their special areas of study? Why do they think it matters? And what do these historians do when they are doing history? You may be surprised, but Military Historians are People, Too! Join us - history professors and military historians Brian Feltman and Bill Allison will help you get to know some of the best military historians in the business, and you might learn a thing or two along the way!
Brian K. Feltman is a historian of Modern Germany and the First World War. He is Associate Professor of History and Vice-Chair of the Department of History at Georgia Southern University, and is a Fellow of the International Society for First World War Studies. In addition to several articles and essays, he is the author of the award-winning book The Stigma of Surrender: German Prisoners, British Captors, and Manhood in the Great War and Beyond. You can read more about Brian here.
Bill Allison is a historian of the Vietnam War, American Military History, and of war and society. He is Professor of History and Coordinator for the MA in History War & Society Concentration at Georgia Southern University, and is the author of several works, including My Lai: An American Tragedy in the Vietnam War, and Military Justice in Vietnam: The Rule of Law in an American War. You can read more about Bill here.
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