History of Warfare presents the latest research on all aspects of military history, from ancient times until the mid-twentieth century. Publications in the series topics such as campaigns, civilian roles, environment, logistics, military thought, operational history, social and cultural developments, strategy, and technology, among many others, throughout the world.
The series continues to welcome work on less well-studied themes, periods, and regions of conflict, while casting a wide net, and aims to reach a holistic view of warfare throughout history, thereby promoting the connections between military history and political, economic, social, and cultural history. The series publishes monographs, essay collections, and source editions and translations.
Authors are cordially invited to submit proposals and/or full manuscripts to either the series editors, or the Publisher at Brill, Dr Kate Hammond.
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Kelly DeVries Loyola University Maryland
Aimée Fox King's College London
John France Swansea University
Paul Johstono The Citadel, South Carolina
Frederick Schneid High Point University, North Carolina