Campaigns & Commanders seeks works that cover the world’s battles, campaigns, and military commanders, all framed within the political, institutional, sociological, and cultural aspects of war. Works from all time periods and all geographical locations are welcome. The series seeks to blend traditional operational history and military biography with the new military history.
Gregory J. W. Urwin is a professor of history at Temple University, the immediate president of the Society for Military History, a Fellow of the Company of Military Historians, and an Academic Fellow of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. Urwin is a military historian with an interest in the armed forces of the United States and Great Britain. His research has emphasized the American Revolution, American Civil War, America's Indian Wars, and World War II in the Pacific. His publications have won the General Wallace M. Greene, Jr., Award from the Marine Corps Heritage Foundation and the Harold L. Peterson Award from the Eastern National Park and Monument Association.