Weapons History Journal (WHJ) is a scientific edition, consequently the papers accepted for analyses and peer reviewing must be prepared in accordance with the requirements applicable to the scientific articles. The paper must contain the brief information on historiography of the problem under discussing, the subject of current research, presentation of results, and conclusion. The investigation per se should meet criteria of originality and topicality, and be of practical importance as well, presuming the possibility of using the results by other specialists and experts.
All the papers submitted are analyzed by the members of the Editorial Board. In case of acceptance, the author is informed, and a reviewer will evaluate the paper. If the review is unfavorable, the paper is sent to another reviewer. Both favorable and unfavorable reviews are sent to writers with recommendations on corrections and changes of the texts. The peer reviewing is double blind that is a reviewer does not know author’s name and vice versa.