Mark M. Hull, Ph.D., J.D., FRHistS
Department of Military History, US Army Command and General Staff College
Professor Hull earned his B.A. from The Citadel, M.A. from Jacksonville State University, Ph.D. from the National University of Ireland/University College Cork, and J.D. from the Cumberland School of Law. He is a licensed attorney and member of the Alabama, San Francisco, and American Bar Associations. Dr. Hull is also an elected Fellow of Royal Historical Society. Commissioned as an armor officer in 1984 after graduation from The Citadel, Dr. Hull served on active duty in Germany with 3/63 Armor (3ID), then the United States Army Reserve, and voluntarily returned to active duty (as a Military Intelligence officer) in 2006 when assigned to a Military Transition Team (MiTT) in Iraq from 2006-7. He has written two books: Irish Secrets: German Espionage in Wartime Ireland (2003) and Masquerade: Treason, Holocaust, and an Irish Imposter (2017) in addition to many articles on history and aspects of international criminal law. A frequent speaker at national and international venues, Dr. Hull focuses on war crimes prosecution, international law, and the relationship between the law of war and military operations. He was selected at the 2015-16 DMH Instructor of the Year. He is currently working on a Doctorate of Law with Friedrich-Alexander-Universität in Erlangen-Nürnberg.