Traditions of War: Occupation, Resistance, and the Law

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INDEX
Aachen 23
abnegation 94-6, 105
absolutism 45, 147, 149, 156
Acton, J. E., Lord131 n.
administration 23
humane and impartial 38
oppressive demands of 196
ossified structures 44
Agesilas, king of Sparta212
aggrandizement 104
aggression 87, 88, 100
Albutius 152
Alexander I, tsar of Russia44
Alexander II, tsar of Russia5, 6, 11, 160
Alexander the Great, king of Macedonia 209
Alexander, R.225 n.
allegiances/alliances 37, 39, 212
Alsace/Alsace-Lorraine 26 n., 43, 47
ambition 194, 196
America214, 215, 225
colonists 208
independence 213, 224
American Journal of International Law 13 n., 18 n., 132 n.
American Journal of Jurisprudence160 n.
American Revolution ( 1775-83) 186, 216, 218, 219
Amiens 34
anarchy 87, 93, 193

military 30, 40

Anderson, George208 n.
Angiers 130 n.
Anglo-Saxons:
culture 125
mind 160
political institutions 122
superiority 118
anti-abolitionist position 216
Anti-Decadent movement 123
anti-militarists 237
anti-rationalism 82
Anusiewicz, A.228 n.
Appleby, J.224 n.
arbitration 10
Arendt, Hannah108 n., 115 n.
aristocracy 39, 40-1

officer class traditions 112

Aristotle143, 145
armies 16, 82, 112, 163, 202, 213, 241
citizen 212
colonial 106, 112, 118
foreign, exiles serving in 208
imperial 215
lawful practices 4-5
martialist hierarchy for 99
modern, advancing sophistication of 173
priority accorded to 142
rights of 18, 77, 157, 158
subordinate position 97
see also occupying armies
arms 62, 154, 179, 219, 232, 234

rights of those privileged to bear 163

Arnold, Thomas113
Aron, Raymond83, 91
Arrighi, A.209 n.,210 n., 211 n.
Arrighi, Jean-Marie206 n., 207 n.
Arrighi, P. J.212 n.
artisans 35, 49
Asian cavalry 24
atavism 84, 138
Auschwitz 20
Australia108, 114, 115 n.
Austria5-6, 57, 58, 215, 230
power politics 233
priests inciting the population 59
see also Vienna, Congress of
Austro-Italian war ( 1859) 4
authoritarianism 81, 107, 108, 116, 146
authority 146, 152, 157, 165, 191, 197, 210
despotic 193
legal 149
public 192
sovereign 151
autonomy 193
national 58
political 77, 148
Axis powers 20, 106
Babylonians 152
balance of power 84
Balogh, E.133 n.
bandits 29, 35, 218

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