The Worst Battlefield Blunders: Five Battles That Ended Badly
Battlefield blunders can be as decisive as brilliant tactics. Five of the worst military blunders came at the battles of Gallipoli, Fredericksburg, Dien Bien Phu, Adwa, and Little Bighorn.
World War I
Book Review: A Military History of Modern South Africa
Ian van Der Waag presents the first study of South Africa's armed forces as an institution
What We Learned From… Siege of Jadotville, 1961
On June 30, 1960, amid violent riots after 52 years of colonial rule, Belgium reluctantly granted independence to Congo. No longer satisfied with the status quo, black enlisted men in the Force Publique (Congo’s military) mutinied against their white Belgian officers, and the country soon erupted in anti-white violence