Modern War Studies

Modern War Studies

William Thomas Allison, General Editor

Theodore A. Wilson, Founding Editor

Series Editors: Raymond A. Callahan, Allan R. Millett, Carol Reardon, David R. Stone, Heather Marie Stur, Samuel J. Watson, Jacqueline Whitt, and James H. Willbanks

The Modern War Studies series provides a forum for the best of the new military history. The scope of this series is global, comparative, and comprehensive. It embraces topics as diverse as operations; biography; strategy and politics; civil-military relations; institutional, organizational, and social history; and the impact of technology on warfare from the mid-eighteenth century to the present.

“The University Press of Kansas’s Modern War Studies series is one of the most vital sources for military titles today.”—Stone & Stone Second World War Books

“The University Press of Kansas publishes important, even groundbreaking, titles in military history.”—Von Hardesty, author of Red Phoenix: The Rise of Soviet Air Power, 1941–1945

“The University Press of Kansas stands at the front ranks of publishers in military history.”—Ed Strauss, Publisher, MHQ

For more information about the series, please contact: Joyce Harrison, Editor in Chief, University Press of Kansas:

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The 1945 Burma Campaign and the Transformation of the British Indian Army

Raymond Callahan and Daniel Marston

January 2021
296 pages

Abandoning Vietnam

How America Left and South Vietnam Lost Its War

James H. Willbanks

July 2004
390 pages

The AEF and Coalition Warmaking, 1917-1918

David F. Trask

December 1993
248 pages

After Clausewitz

German Military Thinkers before the Great War

Antulio J. Echevarria II

March 2001
356 pages

After the Glory

The Struggles of Black Civil War Veterans

Donald R. Shaffer

July 2004
292 pages

Airpower in Small Wars

Fighting Insurgents and Terrorists

James S. Corum and Wray Johnson

June 2003
528 pages

Allies against the Rising Sun

The United States, the British Nations, and the Defeat of Imperial Japan

Nicholas Evan Sarantakes

October 2009
480 pages

America's Captives

Treatment of POWs from the Revolutionary War to the War on Terror

Paul J. Springer

March 2010
288 pages

America's Deadliest Battle

Meuse-Argonne, 1918

Robert H. Ferrell

February 2007
232 pages

America's First Battles, 1776-1965

Edited by Charles E. Heller and William A. Stofft

December 1986
432 pages

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