Chosen works can be found in the Estonian War Museums's yearbook (linked).
Prof Clifford J. Rogers (US Military Academy, West Point) – "How Ancient and Madieval Military History Contribute to Developing Modern Officers"
CPT Marko Pungar (ENDC) – " The Teaching of Military History in Military Pedagogy in the Past and the Present"
Dr Lukasz Przybylo (Independent scholar and publisher) – "Building Military Doctrine Based on History and Past Experience"
Igor Kopõtin (ENDC) – "The Teaching of Military History in the Estonian Armed Forces, 1920–1940"
CPT Rauno Viitmann (ENDC) – "The Birth of Modern Artillery: From Bruchmüller to K9"
CPT Lauri Teppo (ENDC) – "Lessons of the Art of War – the Infantry Offiver Perspective"
Dr Alexaner Statiev (University of Waterloo, Canada) – "The Limitations of Empirical Learning: The Experience of the Russian Imperial Army in Mountain Warfare"
Dr Kārlis Dambitis (National Defence Academy of Latvia) – "Military History Experience after the First World War in Lativa"
Kestutis Kilinskas (University of Vilnius) – "One Country, Different Identities: Officers of the Lithuanian Army after the First World War"
Prof Dr Jörg Echternkamp (Center for Military History and Social Sciences of the Bundeswehr, Potsdam/Martin-Luther-University of Halle Wittenberg) – "Which Past for the Soldier? Military History, Historical Education, and the Ethics of Democracy in Germany Today"
Anna Sofie Hansen Schøning (Royal Danish Defence College/
Roskilde University) – "The Unique Character of Military History as Taught in Officer Education – Denmark in Context"
Dr Tamir Libel (University College Dublin) – "Studying and Teaching Military History in the Armed Forces –
Lessons from the United States and the United Kingdom,
Marta Tomczak (University of Warsaw)
– "The Memory of the Napoleonic Wars as a Key to Understand the
Modern Poland and its Place in Europe"
Dr Burcin Cakir (Glasgow Caledonian University)
– "Teaching the Battle of Gallipoli: National Expressions, Military Interpretations and Misconceptions"
Dr Mikkel Kirkebæk (Royal Danish Defence College)
– "Self-perception, Identity, and Narratives in the Danish Expeditionary Corps in Estonia in 1919 – with Contemporary