The Fellowship on Military History and Strategy (MHS) seeks to educate early- and mid-career American political and policy professionals about the strategic conduct of World War II and the conflict’s moral importance.
The fellowships consists of:
- Four seminars in Washington D.C. on military strategy, military doctrine, and on the history of World War II.
- A visit to battlefields across Europe for staff rides and seminar-style discussions. Past itineraries have included visits to the Churchill war rooms and Omaha Beach.
- Discussions, dinners, and lunches with leading historians at historic sites across Europe.
TPIF will accept two cohorts for the 2024 fellowship.
One cohort is only open to current fellows and alumni of our Security and Strategy Seminar. The staff ride will run from June 28th to July 7th.
The second cohort is open to young and mid-career professionals working in policy, politics, or journalism. The staff ride will run from August 10th to 18th.
In addition to the fellowship, TPIF conducts staff rides in the US and offers crisis simulations and war games. These opportunities are open to all TPIF alumni and current fellows. Past domestic staff rides include Antietam, Gettysburg, and Yorktown.
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Applications for The Fellowship on Military History and Strategy are currently closed.