, OK (PressExposure) November 15, 2008 -- In conjunction with the celebration of the countless sacrifices of our fighting men and women, we would like to announce the launch of a new military history website. On this Veterans Day 2008, we will remember those lost and those who returned by creating a web-based community designed to share experiences, thoughts, and feelings about military history. The website will host many activities designed to further the knowledge of such an important part of every Americanâs lives.
Whether you served, had a family member who served, or know very little about why it is you are free to speak, vote, or just be you, what you are looking for in terms of military history can be found on Military History Talk. The site features reviews and discussion about military subjects, movies, and books. There is also a subject matter blog where members can interact. Military based tours will bring alive the history of those who served to defend your freedom.
Created by an avid lover of military books and movies, Paxton Ellis has tried to fill a void where people can share what they think and feel about the books they read or the movies they watch. His focus is to have a place to do more than regurgitate military dates, places, or names. He wants people to share their thoughts, feelings, events, or people they know related to military history so that everyone who signs up for the site can benefit.
"I just wanted a place to hang out and shoot the breeze about all things military", says Ellis. "I hope to avoid creating a platform for arguments about right and wrong, because so often, for those involved, right and wrong is secondary to survival. It is this that makes our soldiers so interesting to me."
The free registration for the site allows everyone a chance to offer their knowledge and insight about military history. Take a moment to become the founding member of the website and offer your experiences. It will only increase the benefit for other members.
For further information, visit http://militaryhistorytalk.com [http://militaryhistorytalk.com/join.html]