Modern War Studies

Modern War Studies

William Thomas Allison, General Editor

Theodore A. Wilson, Founding Editor

Series Editors: Raymond A. Callahan, Jacob W. Kipp, Allan R. Millett, Carol Reardon, David R. Stone, 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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America's Last Vietnam Battle

Halting Hanoi's 1972 Easter Offensive

Dale Andrade

December 2001
312 pages

America's School for War

Fort Leavenworth, Officer Education, and Victory in World War II

Peter J. Schifferle

June 2017
308 pages

America's Space Sentinels

The History of the DSP and SBIRS Satellite Systems

Jeffrey T. Richelson

November 2012
408 pages

American Airpower Strategy in Korea, 1950-1953

Conrad C. Crane

January 2000
262 pages

American Airpower Strategy in World War II

Bombs, Cities, Civilians, and Oil

Conrad C. Crane

April 2016
288 pages

An American Profession of Arms

The Army Officer Corps, 1784-1861

William B. Skelton

January 1993
504 pages

American Soldiers

Ground Combat in the World Wars, Korea, and Vietnam

Peter S. Kindsvatter

April 2003
456 pages

Armageddon in Stalingrad

September-November 1942 The Stalingrad Trilogy, Volume 2

David M. Glantz with Jonathan M. House

November 2009
920 pages

Arming Against Hitler

France and the Limits of Military Planning

Eugenia C. Kiesling

June 1996
280 pages

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