Jonathan Jordan is a military historian and an award-winning author of three books, including the New York Times bestseller Brothers, Rivals, Victors. He is a regular book critic for The Wall Street Journal and the author of articles appearing in MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History, World War II Magazine, Military History, and World War II History magazines. In addition to appearing in military documentaries, Jonathan has made numerous live, televised, podcast, and radio media appearances.
Emily Anne Jordan, Jonathan's daughter, is a debut author, women’s history researcher, and nursing student at the University of Kentucky, where she writes about women's leadership and researches America's opioid epidemic.
Father-daughter duo Jonathan and Emily Jordan uncover the ingenious wartime tactics of some of history’s most powerful female leaders across millennia and continents, from the stifling battlefields of ancient Egypt to the frigid waters off the Falkland Islands.