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Wim Klinkert, University of Amsterdam and Netherlands Defence Academy
Defending Neutrality analyses the broad spectrum of war preparation of a small neutral state, The Netherlands, before, during and after the First World War. It deals with the role of neutral states close to the front and with the internal technological, military and societal developments within ...
John D. Hosler, Morgan State University
In John of Salisbury, John D. Hosler examines the military content in the corpus of John of Salisbury, a prodigious writer and major English intellectual figure in the twelfth century A.D.
The internment of approximately 50,000 foreign troops in the Netherlands, provided an important showcase for the Dutch Government to demonstrate its neutral stance and its impartiality towards the all of the belligerents.
Editor: Mauro Mantovani
The most complete annotated bibliographical survey of the international literature of military history, covering most world languages. The annotations to the bibliographical entries appear currently in German, French, Italian, Spanish and English.
Vulcan is a peer-reviewed, international, interdisciplinary journal which aims to cover all aspects of the social and cultural contexts of military invention and innovation. It focuses on questions such as: how do the social and cultural environments within the military itself or in the larger ...
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