5 Ways to Expand Your Historical Knowledge



Befriend an Academic

It cannot hurt to get to know a local history professor or email someone connected to a university history program. They often have access to resources or can share invaluable information with you, and are often happy to do so. In that same vein...

Go Back to School

Returning to university to obtain a postgraduate degree is made easy with programs like Norwich University's military history master’s degree program. This distance program provides you with everything you need to fully immerse yourself in the world of military history, and will give you a completely accredited Master’s Degree. Attending a university with the intention to further your historical knowledge is a noble endeavor that only a few are capable of achieving. If history is your first love then finding those of like-mind should be high on your priority list.


“… finding those of like-mind should be high on your priority list.”

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