First World War Studies articles

Volume 2 (1)

Katherine Mansfield at the Front
Smith, Angela, vol. 2 (1): 65-73
Canonizing remembrance: music for Armistice Day at the BBC, 1922-7
Cowgill, Rachel, vol. 2 (1): 75-107
'Fit for heroes': Bliss, Britten and requiems
Hennegan, Alison, vol. 2 (1): 109-119
'I was obsessed by a complex of terrors and longings connected with the idea “War”': World War I in the early writing of Christopher Isherwood
Gordon, Rebecca, vol. 2 (1): 121-130
Gallipoli: The end of the myth
Macleod, Jenny, vol. 2 (1): 131-132
Excluded from the record: Women, refugees and relief, 1914-1929
Little, Branden, vol. 2 (1): 133-134
The Great War and urban life: Freiburg, 1914-1918
Donson, Andrew, vol. 2 (1): 135-136
The long way home: An American journey from Ellis Island to the Great War
DeWitt, Petra, vol. 2 (1): 136-138
A military history of Australia
Crowe, David M., vol. 2 (1): 138-139
The resurrection and collapse of Empire in Habsburg Serbia, 1914-1918
Meaher, Augustine, vol. 2 (1): 140-141
A companion to World War I
Chickering, Roger, vol. 2 (1): 141-143

Volume 1 (2)

Editorial board page for online
vol. 1 (2): 0-0
The British Army's percussion hand grenades, 1914-16
Leeson, D. M., vol. 1 (2): 81-102
'Over by Christmas': British popular opinion and the short war in 1914
Hallifax, Stuart, vol. 1 (2): 103-121
Catholics and the First World War: religion, barbarism and the reduction to culture
Schaefer, Richard, vol. 1 (2): 123-139
'Khaki crusaders': crusading rhetoric and the British Imperial soldier during the Egypt and Palestine campaigns, 1916-18
Kitchen, James E., vol. 1 (2): 141-160
'You will not be going to this war': the rejected volunteers of the First Contingent of the Canadian Expeditionary Force
Clarke, Nic, vol. 1 (2): 161-183
Symbolic narratives and the legacy of the Great War: the celebration of Armistice Day in France in the 1920s
Theodosiou, Christina, vol. 1 (2): 185-198
Borrowed soldiers: Americans under British command, 1918
Stanley, Peter, vol. 1 (2): 199-201
Memory, masculinity and national identity in British visual culture, 1914-1930: a study of 'unconquerable manhood'
Meyer, Jessica, vol. 1 (2): 201-203
The ordeal of peace: demobilization and the urban experience in Britain and Germany, 1917-1921
Kuhlman, Erika, vol. 1 (2): 203-205
Race and war in France: colonial subjects in the French army
Ginio, Ruth, vol. 1 (2): 205-207
Shattered Anzacs: living with the scars of war
Hunter, Kate, vol. 1 (2): 207-209
'We who are so cosmopolitan': The war diary of Constance Graeffe, 1914-15
Hanna, Martha, vol. 1 (2): 209-211
Crisis of conscience: conscientious objection in Canada during the First World War
Clarke, Nic, vol. 1 (2): 211-213
Japan and the League of Nations: empire and world order, 1914-1938
Bay, Alexander, vol. 1 (2): 213-215
The last century of sea power, Vol. 1: From Port Arthur to Chanak, 1894-1922
Hodge, Carl Cavanagh, vol. 1 (2): 216-217
Kriegshysteriker: Strategische Bilder und mediale Techniken militärpsychiatrischen Wissens, 1914-1920
Crouthamel, Jason, vol. 1 (2): 218-219
Serbia's Great War, 1914-1918
Crowe, David M., vol. 1 (2): 220-222

Volume 1 (1)

A brief note from the Editor
Sabol, Steven, vol. 1 (1): 1-2
The First World War as a global war
Strachan, Hew, vol. 1 (1): 3-14
'An American soldier-poet': Alan Seeger and war culture in the United States, 1914-1918
Miller, Alisa, vol. 1 (1): 15-33
From defeat to victory: logistics of the campaign in Mesopotamia, 1914-1918
Roy, Kaushik, vol. 1 (1): 35-55
A new digital portal for First World War studies
Hall, Beth, vol. 1 (1): 57-61
Jay Winter and Jean-Louis Robert, eds., Capital cities at war: Paris, London, Berlin 1914-1919
Bouquet, Dorothée, vol. 1 (1): 63-65
Truus van Bosstraeten, Bezet maar beschermd: België en de markies van Villalobar tijdens de Eerste Wereldoorlog [Occupied but protected: Belgium and the marquis of Villalobar]
den Hertog, Johan, vol. 1 (1): 65-66
Tim Cook, Shock troops: Canadians fighting the Great War 1917-1918
Tait Jarboe, Andrew, vol. 1 (1): 67-68
Kimberly Jensen, Mobilizing Minerva: American women in the First World War
Machen, Emily, vol. 1 (1): 68-70
Dominik Geppert & Robert Gerwarth (eds), Wilhelmine Germany and Edwardian Britain: essays on cultural affinity
Scully, Richard, vol. 1 (1): 70-72
Sebastian Remus, German amateur photographers in the First World War: a view from the trenches of the Western Front
Harris, James J., vol. 1 (1): 72-73