First World War Studies articles

Volume 5 (1)

The American Red Cross and the International Committee of the Red Cross' humanitarian politics and policies in Asia Minor and Greece (1922–1923)
vol. 5 (1): 83-99
‘A highly successful experiment in international partnership?’ The limited resonance of the American Committee for Devastated France
vol. 5 (1): 101-115
The alchemy of humanitarianism: the First World War, the Japanese Red Cross and the creation of an international public health order
vol. 5 (1): 117-129
British popular culture and the First World War
vol. 5 (1): 131-132
Weimar Radicals: Nazis and Communists between authenticity and performance
vol. 5 (1): 132-134
Men of Mont St Quentin: between victory and death
vol. 5 (1): 134-135
Of little comfort: war widows, fallen soldiers, and the remaking of the nation after the Great War
vol. 5 (1): 136-137
‘Boredom is the enemy’: the intellectual and imaginative lives of Australian soldiers in the Great War and beyond
vol. 5 (1): 137-139
Kult und Krieg. Herz Jesu – Sacré Cœur – Christus Rex im deutsch-französischen Vergleich, 1914–1925
vol. 5 (1): 139-141
Woodrow Wilson: a biography
vol. 5 (1): 141-143
The German–Jewish soldiers of the First World War in history and memory
vol. 5 (1): 143-144
Planning Armageddon: British economic warfare and the First World War
vol. 5 (1): 144-146

Volume 4 (2)

Editorial Board
vol. 4 (2): ebi-ebi
Editorial
vol. 4 (2): 139-140
The battle of Sandfontein, 26 September 1914: South African military reform and the German South-West Africa campaign, 1914–1915
vol. 4 (2): 141-165
Informing the enemy: Australian prisoners and German intelligence on the Western Front, 1916–1918
vol. 4 (2): 167-184
Australian and New Zealand fathers and sons during the Great War: expanding the histories of families at war
vol. 4 (2): 185-200
A job fit for heroes? Disabled veterans, the Arts and Crafts Movement and social reconstruction in post-World War I Britain
vol. 4 (2): 201-217
A literary intervention: writing alcohol in British literature 1915–1930
vol. 4 (2): 219-239
‘How little we know in this country of the music of Spain…’: Spanish music in Britain during the First World War
vol. 4 (2): 241-256
Endurance and the First World War Conference
vol. 4 (2): 257-259
Contested objects: Material memories of the Great War
vol. 4 (2): 261-263
Dance of the furies: Europe and the outbreak of World War I
vol. 4 (2): 263-264
With our backs to the wall: Victory and defeat in 1918
vol. 4 (2): 264-266
Breakthrough: The Gorlice-Tarnow Campaign, 1915
vol. 4 (2): 266-267
The logistics and politics of the British campaigns in the Middle East, 1914–22
vol. 4 (2): 268-269
British military service tribunals, 1916–1918: ‘A very much abused body of men’
vol. 4 (2): 270-271
Uncle Sam wants you: World War I and the making of the modern American citizen
vol. 4 (2): 271-272
Bodies of war: World War I and the politics of commemoration in America, 1919–1933
vol. 4 (2): 273-274
Civilians in a world at war, 1914–1918
vol. 4 (2): 274-276
War's waste: Rehabilitation in World War I America
vol. 4 (2): 276-278

Volume 4 (1)

Military occupation, political imaginations, and the First World War
vol. 4 (1): 1-5
Mauvaise conduite: complicity and respectability in the occupied Nord, 1914–1918
vol. 4 (1): 7-21
Sursum Corda: the underground press in occupied Belgium, 1914–1918
vol. 4 (1): 23-38
Between recruitment and forced labour: the radicalization of German labour policy in occupied Belgium and northern France
vol. 4 (1): 39-50
‘A kind of Siberia’: German labour and occupation policies in Poland and Lithuania during the First World War
vol. 4 (1): 51-63
Warsaw University under German occupation: state building and nation Bildung in Poland during the Great War
vol. 4 (1): 65-79
The fruits of occupation: food and Germany's occupation of Romania in the First World War
vol. 4 (1): 81-95
Norms of war and the Austro-Hungarian encounter with Serbia, 1914–1918
vol. 4 (1): 97-110
Misconceived realpolitik in a failing state: the political and economical fiasco of the Central Powers in the Ukraine, 1918
vol. 4 (1): 111-124