The Company of Military Historians was founded in 1949 as an educational, scientific, and literary institution devoted to the study and dissemination of “information on the uniforms, equipment, history, and traditions of members of the Armed Forces of the United States worldwide and other nations serving in the Western Hemisphere.”
The membership includes both professionals and amateurs in the field of American military history. On the rolls are not only historians, artists, writers, curators, librarians, teachers, and researchers, but people from virtually every walk of life. Among the members are serious collectors of militaria: uniforms, accouterments, weapons, equipage, military miniatures, artwork, and books.
Our worldwide membership and subscriber base includes more than 100 military and educational institutions. Issues are mailed in March, June, September, and December.
The Company of Military Historians
David M. Sullivan, Administrator
Box 238, Rutland, MA 01543-0238
Telephone: 508-845-9229 E-Mail: cmhhq @ aol.com
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Advertising Terms and Conditions
|1. Advertisers may not cancel orders for, or make changes in advertising after the closing dates of the Journal.
2. The Company of Military Historians (“CMH”) is not responsible for errors or omissions in any advertising materials provided by the advertiser or its agency (including errors in key numbers) or for changes made after closing dates.
3. The CMH may reject or cancel any advertising for any reason at any time. Advertisements simulating the Journal’s content in appearance or style or that are not immediately identifiable as advertisements are not acceptable. CMH cannot accept advertisements from banks, insurance companies, or travel agents.
4. All advertisements are accepted and published in the Journal upon representation by the agency and advertiser, which representation each of the agency and advertiser shall be deemed to have made to the CMH upon placing an order or request for advertising in the Journal, that (i) the advertiser is authorized to sell the products and services mentioned in the advertisement, (ii) all prices, discounts, product availability and other information contained in the advertisement are complete and accurate and will be honored by the advertiser, and (iii) that they are authorized to publish the entire contents and subject matter thereof and that such publication (or availability) will not violate any law or infringe upon any right of any party, including, without limitation, any trademark, copyright or right of privacy or publicity. In consideration of the publication of advertisements, the advertiser and agency will, jointly and severally, indemnify, defend and hold the CMH harmless from and against any and all losses, liabilities, damages, costs, and expenses (including without limitation, attorney’s fees and amounts paid in settlement) arising out of the publication of such advertisement(s) in the Journal, including, without limitation, those arising from claims or suits for defamation, libel, breach of confidentiality, false or deceptive advertising or sales practices, copyright or trademark infringement, misappropriation, violation of the Lanham Act or rights of privacy or publicity, or from any and all similar claims known or hereafter created.
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6. No conditions, printed or otherwise, appearing on contracts, orders, copy instructions or other documents from the agency or advertiser which conflict with, vary, or add to these terms and conditions or the provisions of the Journal’s rate card will be binding on the CMH. These terms and conditions and the provisions of the Journal’s rate card (i) are the sole terms and conditions applicable to advertising in the Journal, (ii) supersede any and all other discussions, negotiations, understandings and agreements regarding such advertising, and (iii) may not be modified or amended except by an instrument in writing signed by one of CMH’s duly authorized officers expressly agreeing to such modification or amendment.
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8. The CMH shall not be subject to any liability whatsoever for a failure to publish or circulate all or any part of any issue of the Journal or for any other failure or delay in performance in connection with any advertising because of strikes, work stoppages, accidents, fires, floods, acts of God, acts of terrorism, war, civil disorder, riots, or any other circumstances not within the control of the CMH.
9. Agency Commission (or equivalent): 15% of gross advertising charges to recognized agents.
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11. If the CMH inadvertently omits advertising material from a scheduled issue, the CMH’s liability is limited only to placing the material in the next available issue. In the event of any other errors or omissions in advertising, the CMH’s liability is limited only to refunding the advertising fee for the affected advertising or correcting the error or omission in the next available issue. The CMH will not be liable for consequential, incidental, indirect, special or similar damages.
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1. We will accept camera ready copy.
2. We will accept digital files with all supporting fonts and graphics (300 dpi) on CD-ROM. Floppy disks, zip drives, and email submissions will not be accepted. All files must be compatible with an Apple Macintosh platform. Graphics must be 300 dpi in .tiff (.tif) format.
3. We will accept material laid out using PageMaker 6.5 (MAC) layout software.
4. All submissions must be accompanied by a laser printed proof copy.