Michael Neiberg is Professor of History in the Department of National Security Studies at the US Army War College in Carlisle, PA. He has been a Guggenheim fellow, a founding member of the Société Internationale d’Étude de la Grande Guerre, and a trustee of the Society for Military History. His most recent book on the First World War is Dance of the Furies: Europe and the Outbreak of World War I (Harvard University Press, 2011). In October, 2012 Basic Books published his The Blood of Free Men, a history of the liberation of Paris in 1944.
- Embracing the Confusion: The United States and the Road to War, 1914-1917 - The American Review of Books, Blogs, and Bull -
- The 1914 Analogy at War - Orbis -
- Poison Gas in World War I - FootNotes -
- The Battle of the Meuse-Argonne, 1918: Harbinger of American Great Power on the European Continent? - FootNotes -
- America’s Wars: What American Students Need to Know - E-Books -
- What Students Need to Know about WWI - FootNotes -