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Posted on Mar 17, 2006 in Armchair Reading, Front Page Features

ACG WebOps (March 2006)

Jim H. Moreno

Welcome to WebOps, Armchair General’s first website column! Every issue of Armchair General holds a wealth of military historical knowledge, all neatly packaged in an easily accessible format. The Internet and World Wide Web also hold vast amounts of like information, but not always so convenient or user-friendly. That’s where I come in, with links that hopefully make finding the military history you’re looking for online as simple as reading our magazine. And I don’t charge you for a subscription!

It wasn’t until 1987 in the United States that March was governmentally proclaimed National Women’s History Month, in which time the nation would officially give thanks and show its support for all that women (past, present, and future) contribute to our great society. But, as military historians can tell you, women have long been making themselves known throughout history, not only for America, but for every nation, in times of wealth and war, progress and regress. Armchair General would like to take time to extend our own salute to Women’s History Month. Below you’ll find some of the best websites birthed onto the Internet on the subject. So, will you please join ACG in our cybersapce homage to Women in Military History!


American Women in Uniform, Veterans Too!

BBC – History – Women and the Military during World War One

National Women’s History Project

Reader’s Companion to Military History – Women in War – Military History – The Canadian Women’s Army Corps, 1941 – 1946

Women in Espionage

Women in the Armed Forces

Women in the Military @

Women In Vietnam

Women as Warriors in History

Women Veterans: Past, Present, and Future

Angelique Brulon

Angelique Brulon @ Wikipedia




Hatshepsut: The Queen Who Would Be King

Joan of Arc

St. Joan of Arc

Laskarina Bouboulina

Museum Bouboulina Laskarina (Spetses)

Maria Bochkareva

The Petrograd Women’s Battalion of Death

Rani of Jhansi

Lakshmibai, Rani of Jhansi

The Trung Sisters

Trung Sisters


Vaballathus and Zenobia (270-272 A.D.)


Stay Alert, Stay Alive!

Jim H. Moreno

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