History is the discovery, collection, organization, and presentation of information about past events; it can also mean the period of time after writing was invented. Military History concerns warfare, strategies, battles, weapons, and the psychology of combat. The essential subjects of military history study are the causes of war and the social and cultural foundations but they have changed over time. Military command seeks not to repeat past mistakes and improve upon its current performance therefore Military History has been studied at academies and service schools.
      With the dramatic nature of warfare and inherent tragedy it is not surprising that the military has been subject of large amounts literature. The Greek were constantly with each other or outside powers and their literature is full of violence. Not only two of the most famous pieces of Greek poetry concern the Greek Military but also the Greek historians created the western tradition of history writing. The Romans contribution to literature also concerned the military because they to wrote about vast wars and the defeat and capture of kings and other history conflicts. In Europe the little literature that emerged was tailored to their beliefs and ideals.
    There really isn’t an established term “Military Archaeology” But military archaeology suggests digging in the ground to find military artifacts such as pieces of equipment and traces or military presence and or conflict battles. Researchers usually dig former known battlefields or they just follow signals from their metal detectors. Military archaeology can be related to the “battle of the Bulge” which implies carefully probing Ardennes for left behind abandoned American, British or German military hardware and soldiers personal belongings. Archaeology doesn’t just stop when the digging stops. Many hours are spent in a laboratory washing, cataloging, and analyzing what they found. Then a computer is used to store all the information...