James J Bloom has written extensively on a wide range of military subjects. Bloom was a consultant to the Historical Evaluation and Research Organization (HERO) from 1971 to 1986, collaborating with the noted military historian, Trevor Dupuy on several reports and publications. He is the author of three books: The Roman-Judaean War, 66-73 AD: A Military Analysis (Saga Publications, Rochester, NY, 2002); The Jewish Revolts 66 BC-AD 135 (McFarland Publishing, 2010)) and The Imaginary Sea Voyage (McFarland Publishing, 2013) and has contributed to numerous edited volumes, magazines and journals. He is currently preparing a volume for Pen & Sword, The Development of Amphibious Warfare: A History of Naval Expeditionary Assaults from the Bronze Age to the First World War. He lives in Maryland, USA.
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