WorldWars Magazine serves a niche of military and history enthusiasts, writers, students, movie fans, and many more. Our site’s global popularity skyrocketed, with viewers all over the world visiting each day to see the latest news, stories, reviews, reports, and (photographic) documentaries. Our fan base is large, growing and highly engaged across various (media) channels.
WorldWars Magazine was launched in January 2015 as ARGunners.com acquired by Donnie Keith. Donnie is a 20 year retired military Veteran with a passion for all things military history. He also acquired WorldWars.com which was established in 1999 and merged ARGunners.com with WorldWars.com.
To date, WorldWars.com has received over 1.5 million views and it continues to grow each day.
Have what it takes?
We are sure you do and we will help you. You don’t need a lot of experience to be accepted as a writer or any of your articles previously published as long as the topic is good and your article meets certain requirements. You can read the article submission guidelines here. World Wars Magazine is also looking for photographic documentaries, videos, infographics, and so on.
We are looking for people that are willing to write on the following subjects:
Articles on occurrences related to History
If something happened in the world that is related to history such as excavations (of remains), findings or a passing of a formerly known Soldier and so on…
Articles on War History & Major Battles
- Napoleonic Era
- Major battles such as Battle of Marengo, Battle of Abukir, Battle of Alexandria, Battle of Copenhagen, Battle of Trafalgar, Battle of Austerlitz, Battle of Jena-Auerstedt, Battle of Eylau, Battle of Friedland, Battle of Vimiero, Battle of Somosierra, Battle of Eckmühl, Battle of Aspern-Essling, Battle of Wagram, Battle of Talavera, Battle of Salamanca, Battle of Borodino, Battle of Lützen, Battle of Bautzen, Battle of Vitoria, Battle of Dresden, Battle of Leipzig, Battle of Paris and Battle of Waterloo.
- American Civil War
- Vietnam War
- Korean War
- World War I
- World War II
- Vietnam War
- Gulf Wars in the 1990s and recent Iraq and Afghanistan campaigns
- All things war-related, our readers love reading war stories.
One of the most popular articles on our Magazine are Then & Now reports, Unseen / Rare images, or Colorized Images. World Wars Magazine is therefore always searching for photographers and travelers that are willing to share their images or create photographic documentaries of their trips, then & now shots and so on.
Note: The images have to be taken by you (or close family, relatives, friends …) or images of which you have the rights (or written permission from the rights-holder) to publish, distribute and, or copy. Pubic domain images are always allowed, if such images are colorized, the colorization has to be done by you. We will require you to supply written proof such as the written permission with contact info from the supplier or verifiable citations to the source.
Should you prefer creating infographics then it is most certainly welcome. You can create infographics on statistics of war, casualties and, or facts, and plenty more.
Did you create a great video of your trip to a historical location? Made an interview with someone (such as a veteran or war movie producer/actor)? Shot a video on a news item or occurrence related to history? Created a short film? And so much more…?
Contact us with a link to the video or give us a description first (before transferring the video (anti-spam and safety measurement)) to find out if World Wars Magazine is interested to feature your video. In some instances, World Wars Magazine may be willing to buy videos, but we are a FREE magazine, so this is a rare occasion.
Are you interested to write reviews for World Wars Magazine? Contact us with your preferred area of interest and examples of your recent or older reviews. Reviews can be of books, movies, and museums.
WorldWars.com receives an average of 50,000-100,000 unique visitors and 200,000-350,000 page views each month (Google Analytics). Many of the stories are highly shareable and often viral on social networks so your work may go viral all over the world.
Did you know that World Wars Magazine has been featured in the Daily Mail, Mirror, Business Insider, La Tercera (Article in Printed Newspaper edition), Huffington Post, Io9, and various other international media outlets?! So your work can get famous.
World Wars Magazine is a free magazine and we are not as big as some of the larger magazines like the History Channel, Business Insider, Huffington Post, and others. With your help, maybe we will get there. For right now, we do not offer payments for article submissions, we DO offer a “do-follow” link back to your personal website.