Update: Instapundit reports that Churchill's acknowledgement is in dispute and that some journalists are trying to confirm it. Undoubtedly, this story will continue.
Cliopatria congratulates Tom Bruscino, whose"Cultures of War" for the Claremont Review of Books considers Victor Davis Hanson's Ripples of Battle and John A. Lynn's Battle. Hanson must have liked the review because he features it on his website.
I imagine that they'll be featured in the 3rd History Carnival this weekend, but you are missing some of the best of Cliopatria if you haven't read:
Caleb McDaniel,"An Elvis Movie for All of Us," 18 Feb.
Greg Robinson,"Just for Fun – Harry Truman and the Vulcans," 21 Feb.
Miriam Burstein,"Narrative," 22 Feb. and
Jonathan Dresner,"Pipes' Privateers," 23 Feb.
The next time you set a mousetrap, consider the role played by the vermin in historical preservation. Thanks to Maroonblog for the tip.