Here are some sites of interest related to military history:
Blogs by Group Members
Civil War History-a blog dealing with the period of the American Civil War.
Frontier Battles-a blog dealing with colonial military history in North America
International History-a blog dealing with diplomatic and military history since the Middle Ages
Military History-a blog dealing with military history
Civil War Blogs
Civil War websites
SoldierStudies.org-an online database of letters, diaries, and other information on Civil War soldiers
Armed Forces websites
Arbeitskreis Militärgeschichte e.V. (Military History Study Group)
Offers a forum for information and communication to all those interested in the historical aspects of war and the military from antiquity to the twenty-first century. Site contains both German and English versions.
Army-technology.com brings you up-to-date international news and features on the defence industry, covering military projects, trends, products, services and more in the army sector.
A French organization devoted to the Great War. Web site is in French.
Council on America’s Military Past
Focuses on historic preservation and military biography, publishes the Journal on America’s Military Past and Headquarters Heliogram.
Humanities and Social Sciences Online: Book reviews, e-mail lists, discussion networks. Lists that will be of particular interest to SMH members include H-War (Military History), H-CivWar (U.S. Civil War History) and H-Minerva (Women in War and Women and the Military).
Marine Corps Heritage Foundation
Deeply involved in the support and development of the National Museum of the Marine Corps. In order to successfully accomplish these two worthwhile tasks, the Heritage Foundation relies on donations and revenue generated from its museum business operations, which includes the Museum Store, Tun Tavern, Mess Hall, rifle range simulator and special events.
Devoted to the study of women and the military.
National Coalition for History
A Washington, D.C.-based non-profit educational organization providing leadership in history-related advocacy, serving as the profession’s national voice, and acting as a clearinghouse of news and information.
Naval-technology.com brings you up-to-date international news and features on technology in the defence industry, covering projects, trends, products, services and more in the naval sector.
New York Military Affairs Symposium
In addition to hundreds of book reviews, there are now 50+ 90 minute audio podcast lectures in military history and affairs at http://nymas.org/podcasts.html that ought to be of interest to many SMH members.
Pike and Shot Society
An international organization that promotes interest in the warfare of the Early Modern Period.
United States Commission on Military History
Provides historical information on USCMH and the International Commission as well as membership information. Site will be developing as a portal for military history.
Veterans Affairs Canada
Information on Canadian military history.
Victorian Military Society
Promotes the study of military history of all nations and races in the period 1837 to 1914.
Wisconsin Veterans Museum
The purpose of the Wisconsin Veterans Museum is to commemorate, acknowledge, and affirm the role of Wisconsin veterans in America’s military past by means of instructive exhibits and other educational programs.
World Archaeological Society
Directed by SMH member Ron Miller, and occasionally carrying items of interest to military historians.
Hereditary Organizations for descendants of veterans
Other great groups, sites, and links