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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Battle Studies

Charles Jean Jacques Joseph Ardant du Picq
Edited and Translated by Roger J. Spiller

February 2017
236 pages

Battlefield Chaplains

Catholic Priests in World War II

Donald F. Crosby

July 1994
326 pages

Beating Plowshares into Swords

The Political Economy of American Warfare, 1606-1865

Paul A. C. Koistinen

December 1996
392 pages

Bernard Brodie and the Foundations of American Nuclear Strategy

Barry H. Steiner

July 1991
384 pages

Beyond Pearl Harbor

A Pacific History

Edited by Beth Bailey and David Farber

July 2019
224 pages

The Big Red One

America's Legendary 1st Infantry Division
Centennial Edition, 1917-2017

James Scott Wheeler

June 2017
704 pages

Black Prisoner of War

A Conscientious Objector's Vietnam Memoir

James A. Daly and Lee Bergman Introduction by Jeff Loeb

October 2000
298 pages

Blitzkrieg to Desert Storm

The Evolution of Operational Warfare

Robert M. Citino

April 2004
430 pages

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