Michigan War Studies Review
Reviews, surveys, original essays, and commentary in the field of military studies.
War is the father of all and the king of all, and some he shows as gods, others as men;
some he makes slaves, others free. — Heracleitus

The Michigan War Studies Review (reference abbreviation MiWSR) publishes book reviews, literature surveys, original essays, commentary, and other material in the field of military studies, with a purview extending from antiquity to the present. Subscription is gratis. Publishers desiring to have books reviewed in MiWSR should contact the editor.

LC ISSN: 1930-045x
2018 Volume
The Gun in Central Africa: A History of Technology and Politics 2018-017
The Gun in Central Africa: A History of Technology and Politics
By Giacomo Macola
A review by Lindsay Frederick Braun
Decolonization: A Short History 2018-016
Decolonization: A Short History
By Jan C. Jansen and Jurgen Osterhammel
A review by Gates Brown
The Mongol Conquests: The Military Operations of Genghis Khan and Sube'etei 2018-015
The Mongol Conquests: The Military Operations of Genghis Khan and Sube'etei
By Carl Fredrik Sverdrup
A review by Timothy May
A Military History of Afghanistan: From the Great Game to the Global War on Terror 2018-014
A Military History of Afghanistan: From the Great Game to the Global War on Terror
By Ali Ahmad Jalali
A review by Ken Reynolds
Faces of the Civil War Navies: An Album of Union and Confederate Soldiers 2018-013
Faces of the Civil War Navies: An Album of Union and Confederate Soldiers
By Ronald S. Coddington
A review by Thomas G. Palaima
Out of the Horrors of War: Disability Politics in World War II America 2018-012
Out of the Horrors of War: Disability Politics in World War II America
By Audra Jennings
A review by Robert Saxe
Alamein 2018-011
Alamein
By Simon J. Ball
A review by Ralph M. Hitchens
Medicine in First World War Europe: Soldiers, Medics, Pacifists 2018-010
Medicine in First World War Europe: Soldiers, Medics, Pacifists
By Fiona Reid
A review by Alan Hawk
The Allure of Battle: A History of How Wars Have Been Won and Lost 2018-009
The Allure of Battle: A History of How Wars Have Been Won and Lost
By Cathal Nolan
A review by Gerd Horten
Dawn of Infamy: A Sunken Ship, a Vanished Crew, and the Final Mystery of Pearl Harbor 2018-008
Dawn of Infamy: A Sunken Ship, a Vanished Crew, and the Final Mystery of Pearl Harbor
By Stephen Harding
A review by Steven K. Bailey
Enduring Vietnam: An American Generation and Its War 2018-007
Enduring Vietnam: An American Generation and Its War
By James E. Wright
A review by David Cullen
Emory Upton: Misunderstood Reformer 2018-006
Emory Upton: Misunderstood Reformer
By David J. Fitzpatrick
A review by Salvatore Cilella
Heart of Europe: A History of the Holy Roman Empire 2018-005
Heart of Europe: A History of the Holy Roman Empire
By Peter H. Wilson
A review by Lee W. Eysturlid
In the Shadow of the Alabama: The British Foreign Office and the American Civil War 2018-004
In the Shadow of the Alabama: The British Foreign Office and the American Civil War
By Renata Eley Long
A review by Donald A. Rakestraw
Caesar's Greatest Victory: The Battle of Alesia, 52 BC 2018-003
Caesar's Greatest Victory: The Battle of Alesia, 52 BC
By John Sadler and Rosie Serdiville
A review by Guy MacLean Rogers
Nanjing 1937: Battle for a Doomed City 2018-002
Nanjing 1937: Battle for a Doomed City
By Peter Harmsen
A review by Katherine K. Reist
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