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Defence-in-Depth blog announces it's top three posts from 2019

Defence-in-Depth is the highly successful research blog of the Defence Studies Department, at the end of each calendar year a panel get together and decide on the top blogs during the year

Defence-in-Depth is the highly successful research blog of the Defence Studies Department, King’s College London, offering in-depth contemporary and historical analysis of the issues behind defence. Defence-in-Depth showcases the latest research conducted by members of the department and guests, offers unique comment and analysis on news and events that dominate defence, as well as commentary on issues within professional military education. It also offers articles that explore the historical background to many of these topics, as well as subjects relevant to the world around us today.

At the end of each calendar year a panel get together and decide on the top blogs during the year.

For 2019 the winners are:

1st        Congratulations to Dr Ben Wheatley, Honorary Research Fellow in the School of History, University of East Anglia for 'In Pursuit of Prokhorovka'

2nd      'The unfortunate operational level: Five good reasons to review our operational level structures'

3rd       Dr Jonathan Fennell, Defence Studies and his post 'The Furlough Mutiny and the Struggle for Cassino in the Second World War'

 

Congratulations to our winners and thank you to all those who submitted posts, the blog has consistently increased its reach and continues to do so.  

If you'd like to submit a post for 2020 please contact Dr Alexander Gould