Greetings to all members of the Military history Project! We hope the holidays treated you well, no matter where you hail from or what you believe. This month's edition features what happened in the project during the last month of 2010. The biggest story was the awarding of the prestigious "Military Historian of the Year" award (detailed below). In addition, the seldom-awarded WikiChevrons with Oak Leaves was given to Jim Sweeney, and the quarterly reviewing awards were handed out (details). Fourteen articles in the project's scope obtained featured or our project's A-class ratings in the month (details).
Currently there is no editorial for next month. If you are interested, please write one and submit it here. We are rather lenient with the subject matter as long as it concerns the project or military history in general, so don't worry about it being rejected!
The 2010 "Military Historian of the Year" award was voted on by project members, and the winners were awarded various prizes based on their totals. The results were as follows, as announced by Kirill Lokshin:
I am pleased to announce the results of the "Military historian of the Year" contest for 2010: