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
2020 Volume
State of Repression: Iraq under Saddam Hussein 2020-006
State of Repression: Iraq under Saddam Hussein
By Lisa Blaydes
A review by Gates Brown
The Marines in World War II 2020-005
The Marines in World War II
By Michael E. Haskew
A review by Chris K. Hemler
The Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere: When Total Empire Met Total War 2020-004
The Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere: When Total Empire Met Total War
By Jeremy A. Yellen
A review by Mark Klobas
Second World War British Military Camouflage: Designing Deception 2020-003
Second World War British Military Camouflage: Designing Deception
By Isla Forsyth
A review by Remy Hemez
Human Rights after Hitler: The Lost History of Prosecuting Axis War Crimes 2020-002
Human Rights after Hitler: The Lost History of Prosecuting Axis War Crimes
By Dan Plesch
A review by David A. Messenger
Spain at War: Society, Culture and Mobilization, 1936-44 2020-001
Spain at War: Society, Culture and Mobilization, 1936-44
Ed. James Matthews
A review by Andrea Davis
The Seventh West Virginia Infantry: An Embattled Union Regiment from the Civil War's Most Divided State 2019-105
The Seventh West Virginia Infantry: An Embattled Union Regiment from the Civil War's Most Divided State
By David W. Mellott and Mark A. Snell
A review by Scott A. MacKenzie
Athens Burning: The Persian Invasion of Greece and the Evacuation of Attica 2019-103
Athens Burning: The Persian Invasion of Greece and the Evacuation of Attica
By Robert Garland
A review by Nicholas D. Cross
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