COLLEGE OF MILITARY HISTORY
Admiral Richard Hewitt,
Director
caphewitt@yahoo.com
1150 39th Street
Newport News, VA 23607



Introduction

100-Level courses consist of Multiple Choice, True/False, Fill-in-the-Blank, and Short-Answer questions. 200-Level courses consist of Short Answer and Essay questions.

Important: It is vital that you make sure you keep a copy of your results and certificate as proof of completing COMH. Do not rely on the STARFLEET Database or anyone else to verify that you have completed COMH or any other Academy course. The burden of proof is upon you, the student.


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Course Tuition

Courses are free electronically or $2.00 each for hard copy. Certificates are free electronically or $1.00 each for hard copy.


Curriculum

School of the Age of Empire Building
This School covers the conflicts and militarily historic events from 1700 to 1935, excluding the American Civil War and World War I.

AEB-101 - The Anglo-Zulu War
Learn more about the war between the British Empire and the Zulu Kingdom

AEB-102 - The Spanish-American War
Learn more about the war between the United States and Spain that helped make the US a colonial power

School of the American Civil War
This School covers a variety of aspects concerning the civil war that divided the United States between the years of 1861-1865.

ACW-101 - Prelude to War
Covers some of the causes and circumstances that led to the American Civil War

ACW-102 - Battle of Fort Sumter
Discusses the first battle of the American Civil War

School of World War I
'The War to End All Wars' is this School's topic.

WW1-101 - WWI: An Overview
Discusses the events and entanglements that led to the start of the First World War

WW1-102 - The Battle of Jutland
Explores the greatest of the battleship battles

School of World War II
This School centers on topics relevant to the war that encompassed the world between 1939 and 1945.

WW2-102 - Pearl Harbor
Looks at the 7 December 1941 attack on Hawaii

Source Materials Needed

A list of recommended references is supplied with each course.

 


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