The Journal of Military History publishes different scholarly articles and book reviews on military history.
War and History covers war in the different areas of study, including the economic, social, and political aspects of war.
War and Society offers scholarly articles on the experiences of war in all periods of history.
Civil War History is one of the leading scholarly journals of “the middle period”—covering not only the War Between the States but the events leading up to it and the results flowing from it.
Diplomatic History is devoted to U.S. international history and foreign relations and examines U.S. relations in a global context.
Foreign Affairs publishes discussions of American foreign policies and global affairs.
The Journal of Chinese Military History is devoted specifically to China's martial past and takes the broadest possible view of military history, embracing both the study of battles and campaigns and the broader, social-history aspects of conflict.
The Journal of the Civil War Era highlights research on the many issues raised by the sectional crisis, war, Reconstruction, and memory of the Civil War and by extension, the course of American history in the nineteenth century.
The Journal of Medieval Military History publishes top-quality scholarly articles on topics across the full thematic and chronological ranges of the study of war in the Middle Ages
The Quarterly Journal of Military History covers the both the social and militaristic sides of war in a scholarly/popular format.