This is the first of a new monthly serial titled ‘My Curious Month’, where we will explore common themes that pop up across the PME network, summarise them and signpost resources if you’d like to explore the topic further.
The enemy you can’t see – the toll was 500 and rising, more than 100 in the previous day alone and more likely to perish. The year was 1918, and the enemy was Spanish Influenza.
Innovation needs to be a way of doing business, not a reaction to effective enemy fire
History must be studied in breadth, depth and arguably most importantly in a proper context, not least because conflict is essentially between societies or elements thereof. Air Commodore Peter W. Gray[i] Despite the broad acknowledgement of military history’s utility in Professional Military Education (PME), there is a tendency to focus overwhelmingly on the ‘big battles’ […]
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