Book Reviews

I regularly publish reviews in the fields of Military History and War Studies. These reviews are published in academic journals and here on Thoughts on Military History.

I have published the following reviews:

  1. ‘Review of Johns Andreas Olsen (ed.), Airpower Reborn: The Strategic Concepts of John Warden and John Boyd,’ The Aviation Historian (Forthcoming)
  2. ‘Review of Sean Feast, A Thunder Bird in Bomber Command: The Wartime Letters and Story of Lionel Anderson, the Man who Inspired a Legend,’ Thought on Military History, 8 March 2016 –
  3. ‘Review of A. Walter Doorn (ed.), Air Power in UN Operations: Wings for Peace,’ Thoughts on Military History, 12 July 2015 –;
  4. ‘Review of State of War: The Political Economy of American Warfare, 1945–2011, by Paul A.C. Koistinen,’ The International History Review, 37(2) (2015), pp. 417-419;
  5. ‘Review of Maryam Phillpott, Air and Sea Power in World War I: Combat and Experience in the Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Navy,’ Thoughts on Military History, 25 November 2013 –;
  6. ‘Review of Gordon Corrigan, The Second World War: A Military History,’ Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 91(365) (2013) p. 64;
  7. ‘Review of Peter Gray, The Leadership, Direction and Legitimacy of the RAF Bomber Offensive from Inception to 1945,’ The Second World War Military Operations Research Group, 4 February 2013 –;
  8. ‘Review of Frederick Rosier with David Rosier, Be Bold,’ The Second World War Military Operations Research Group, 13 January 2013 –;
  9. ‘Review of Anthony J. Cumming, The Royal Navy and the Battle of Britain,’ The Second World War Military Operations Research Group, 29 December 2012 –;
  10. ‘Review of Niklas Zetterling and Michael Tamelander, Bismarck: The Final Days of Germany’s Greatest Battleship,’ The Second World War Military Operations Research Group, 24 December 2012 –;
  11. ‘Review of Bryn Hammond, El Alamein: The Battle that Turned the Tide of the Second World War,’ The Second World War Military Operations Research Group, 12 December 2012 –;
  12. ‘Review of Andrew Wiest, The Boys of ’67: Charlie Company’s War in Vietnam,’ Birmingham “On War,” 5 December 2012 –;
  13. ‘Review of Niall Barr, Pendulum of War: The Three Battles of El Alamein,’ Birmingham “On War,” 8 May 2012 –;
  14. ‘Review of Brad Gladman, Intelligence and Anglo-American Air Support in World War Two: The Western Desert and Tunisia, 1940-43,’ Global War Studies: The Journal for the Study of Warfare and Weapons, 1919-1945, 8(1) (2011), pp. 187-88;
  15. ‘Review of Gary Sheffield (Ed.), War Studies Reader,’ Birmingham “On War”, 6 August 2010 –;
  16. ‘Review of Elizabeth Greenhalgh, Victory Through Coalition: Britain and France during the First World War,’ H-War, H-Net Reviews, July 2008 –

A Note for Publishers

If you would like a book reviewed please feel free to contact me using the following link – Email Me


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