This book shows that education does not only prepare war, but defines its character for future generations.
Pointing out the intricate interconnetion with the various practices of education this volume offers in-depth studies of war and education in several chronological and geographical contexts. Tying in with the latest state of the art the authors offer examples for education for war, education in war and education for reconciliation in the aftermath of wars from a global perspective.
Sebastian Engelmann is a postdoc fellow in the Dept. of General Pedagogy at the University of Tübingen.
Bernhard Hemetsberger teaches at the Universities of Vienna and Münster.
Frank Jacob is Professor of Global History at Nord Universitet, Norway.