Bibliographic update January 2017: All

First World War Studies

Martin Heidegger and the First World War
vol. 7 (2): 218-219
The battle for Syria, 1918-1920
vol. 7 (2): 219-220
The American Army and the First World War
vol. 7 (2): 221-222
From Boer war to world war: tactical reform of the British army, 1902–1914
vol. 7 (2): 222-224
The Great War and postmodern memory: the First World War in late 20th-century British fiction (1985-2000)
vol. 7 (2): 224-225
The great war and the origins of humanitarianism, 1918-1924
vol. 7 (2): 225-227
Remembering the Gallipoli campaign: Turkish official military historiography, war memorials and contested ground
vol. 7 (2): 165-191
‘As fit as fiddles’ and ‘as weak as kittens’: the importance of food, water and diet to the Anzac campaign at Gallipoli
vol. 7 (2): 131-164
Centring a sideshow: local experiences of the First World War in Africa
vol. 7 (2): 111-130
Jesus optional: First World War and the shifting institutional identity of the Syrian Protestant College in Beirut
vol. 7 (1): 43-62
Counter-currents: Mzabi independence, pan-Ottomanism and WWI in the Maghrib
vol. 7 (1): 81-96
Drawing Borders in the Middle East after the Great War: Political Geography and ‘Subject Peoples’
vol. 7 (1): 5-21
Peripheries of belonging: military recruitment and the making of a ‘minority’ in wartime Iraq
vol. 7 (1): 23-42
For God and country: James Barton, the Ottoman Empire and missionary diplomacy during World War I
vol. 7 (1): 63-79
The First World War in the Middle East: opportunism, intervention, and identity
vol. 7 (1): 1-3
Scandinavia in the First World War: studies in the war experience of the northern neutrals
vol. 7 (1): 99-100
Militarism and the British left, 1902–1914
vol. 7 (1): 103-105
Paris and the spirit of 1919: consumer struggles, transnationalism and revolution
vol. 7 (1): 107-108
Richard Aldington: poet, soldier and lover 1911 – 1929
vol. 7 (1): 105-106
From victory to Vichy: veterans in interwar France
vol. 7 (1): 97-98
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