General Editor Jay Winter Pembroke College, Cambridge
Advisory Editors Paul Kennedy Yale University Antoine Prost Université de Paris—Sorbonne Emmanuel Sivan The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
In recent years the field of modern history has been enriched by the exploration of two parallel histories. These are the social and cultural history of armed conflict, and the impact of military events on social and cultural history.
Studies in the Social and Cultural History of Modern Warfare presents the fruits of this growing area of research, reflecting both the colonisation of military history by cultural historians and the reciprocal interest of military historians in social and cultural history, to the benefit of both. The series offers the latest scholarship in European and non-European events from the 1850s to the present day.
For a list of titles in the series, please see end of book.