Collection : War Studies

The "War Studies" collection offers works of critical reflection on the military fact in the world, today and yesterday. All academic disciplines are welcome and multidisciplinary approaches are favored. The collection considers the military phenomenon in its entirety, publishing studies on conflicts, strategy, and geopolitical issues, as well as works on military organizations and the role and place of armies in societies in times of peace as well as in times of war, at any time and everywhere in the world.

The "War Studies" collection thus aims to decompartmentalize and multiply the viewpoints on men and women, ideas and myths, material, legal or economic conditions, which together make up the military universe.

• ISSN : 26778602
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Edited by Jean-Noël Grandhomme, Laurent Jalabert
Les marqueurs mémoriels de la guerre et de l'armée
La construction d'un espace du souvenir dans l'Est de la France
Numéro 7
The memorial markers of the war and the army. The construction of a space of remembrance in Eastern France.

Edited by Claire Miot, Guillaume Piketty, Thomas Vaisset
Numéro 6
This book aims to question the specificities – or non-specificities – of the commitment of military people to the resistances. It will notably consider the tensions between the fact of being trained to obey orders, on the one part, and that of complying with an ethos gratifying the refusal to surrender and thus of joining a resistance organization,

Alice-Catherine Carls, Stephen D. Carls
Numéro 5
The cultural, territorial, social, and economic transformations of Europe between 1914 and 1945 were the product of two world wars within the context of modernization and world power ambitions. Europe From War to War –1914 - 1945 provides a comprehensive coverage of leaders' decisions as well as societal trends on a territory stretching from the...

Edited by Emmanuel Cardona Gil, Sébastien Jakubowski
Numéro 4
The world changes. Armies evolve and must adapt to this new environment. The researchers and professionals gathered in this book analyze the contemporary armies in their relationship to the social and political environment and in their internal evolutions

Edited by Emmanuelle Cronier, Benjamin Deruelle
Argumenter en guerre
Discours de guerre, sur la guerre et dans la guerre de l'Antiquité à nos jours
Numéro 3
The art of argumentation does not yield its rights in war situations. On the contrary, the preparation of conflicts, the conduct of operations and the reconstruction of peace are intense moments of persuasion, negotiation and confrontation in which public speaking occupies its full place.

Philippe Diest
Numéro 2
To defend its territory and constitute its army, the French Republic engaged into deep military reforms after French-Prussian war. Numerous military buildings were then built or modernized.

Edited by Olivia Carpi
Guerres et paix civiles de l'Antiquité à nos jours
Les sociétés face à elles-mêmes
Numéro 1
Although civil wars remain consubstantial with any form of society, structurally and circumstantially threatened with splitting, or even bursting and, therefore, tipping into a multiform and often paroxysmal violence, this type of conflict has long struggled to find its place in the scientific field.

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