First World War Studies articles

Volume 3 (2)

Zwangsarbeit im Ersten Weltkrieg. Deutsche Arbeitskräftepolitik im besetzten Polen und Litauen 1914–1918
vol. 3 (2): 241-243
Strangers on the Western Front: Chinese laborers in the great war
vol. 3 (2): 243-244
Nothing less than war: a new history of America's entry into World War I
vol. 3 (2): 245-246
Before my helpless sight: Suffering, dying and military medicine on the Western Front, 1914–1918
vol. 3 (2): 246-248
Violence against prisoners of war in the First World War
vol. 3 (2): 248-250
The Great War and German Memory. Society, Politics and Psychological Trauma, 1914–1945
vol. 3 (2): 250-253
Les cicatrices rouges, 14-18: France et Belgique occupées
vol. 3 (2): 253-254
Food and War in Twentieth Century Europe
vol. 3 (2): 254-255

Volume 3 (1)

Man-monkey, monkey-man: neutrality and the discussions about the ‘inhumanity’ of poison gas in the Netherlands and International Committee of the Red Cross
vol. 3 (1): 1-23
Cultural mobilization and British responses to cultural transfer in total war: the Shakespeare tercentenary of 1916
vol. 3 (1): 25-49
‘Dig, dig, dig, until you are safe’: constructing the Australian trenches on Gallipoli
vol. 3 (1): 51-64
Water and Empire – Germany, Bavaria and the Danube in World War I
vol. 3 (1): 65-85
Remembering and forgetting the Great War in New York City
vol. 3 (1): 87-106
Anzacs and Ireland
vol. 3 (1): 107-108
On the battlefield of memory: The First World War and American remembrance, 1919–1941
vol. 3 (1): 108-110
Enduring the great war: combat, morale and collapse in the German and British armies, 1914–1918
vol. 3 (1): 110-112
The final battle: soldiers of the western front and the German revolution of 1918
vol. 3 (1): 112-114
Youth in the fatherless land: war pedagogy, nationalism, and authority, 1914–1918
vol. 3 (1): 114-115
The legacy of the great war: ninety years on
vol. 3 (1): 116-117
Les jésuites français dans la Grande Guerre: Témoins, victimes, héros, apôtres
vol. 3 (1): 117-118
Les profiteurs de guerre
vol. 3 (1): 118-120
Captivity, forced labour and forced migration in Europe during the First World War
vol. 3 (1): 120-122
The origins of the First World War
vol. 3 (1): 122-124

Volume 2 (2)

Editorial Board
vol. 2 (2): 0-0
Religious and spiritual themes in British academic art during the Great War
vol. 2 (2): 145-164
‘Would it not be better to just stop?’ Dutch medical aid in World War I and the medical anti-war movement in the interwar years
vol. 2 (2): 165-194
Cross-dressing for the fatherland: sexual humour, masculinity and German soldiers in the First World War
vol. 2 (2): 195-215
A world in crisis and transition: the millennial and the modern in Britain, 1914–1918
vol. 2 (2): 217-232
A Dutch mass army? Dutch liberal ideas and practices to enlarge the Army, 1914–1922
vol. 2 (2): 233-248
The search for negotiated peace: women's activism and citizen diplomacy in World War I
vol. 2 (2): 249-250
Maxime Weygand: a biography of the French General in two world wars
vol. 2 (2): 250-252
Douglas Haig and the First World War
vol. 2 (2): 252-254
Treating the trauma of the Great War: soldiers, civilians, and psychiatry in France, 1914–1940
vol. 2 (2): 254-256
Picture this: World War I posters and visual culture
vol. 2 (2): 256-258
Untold war: new perspectives in First World War Studies
vol. 2 (2): 258-260

Volume 2 (1)

Literature and music of the First World War
Tate, Trudi, vol. 2 (1): 1-6
Artists' rifles and artistic licence: Edward Dent's war
Arrandale, Karen, vol. 2 (1): 7-16
Shell shock and hysterical fugue, or why Mrs Dalloway likes Bach
Sutton, Emma, vol. 2 (1): 17-26
In Ruhleben Camp
Foreman, Lewis, vol. 2 (1): 27-40
Ambivalent Englishness: Ivor Gurney's song cycle Ludlow and Teme
Kennedy, Kate, vol. 2 (1): 41-64