New Research on the British Empire and the Second World War: Part I
Keywords: ANGLO-AMERICAN; ANGLO-SOVIET; BRITISH EMPIRE; CHURCHILL; WINSTON; CUNNINGHAM; LIEUTENANT GENERAL ALAN; DE VALERA; EAMON; EAST AFRICA CAMPAIGN; HOME FRONT; INDIA; INDIAN ARMY; IRAN; IRAQ; IRELAND; LOGISTICS; PLATT; LIEUTENANT GENERAL WILLIAM; RACE; RECRUITMENT; RUSSIA; SOUTH AFRICA; STRATEGY; TRINIDAD; TRINIDAD NAVAL VOLUNTEER RESERVE; TUKER; MAJOR GENERAL FRANCIS; U.S. ARMY; WAVELL; GENERAL SIR ARCHIBALD; WEST INDIES; WILSON; GENERAL SIR HENRY MAITLAND
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 June 2010
- Global War Studies (GWS) is the leading international peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the study of the Second World War, 1919-1945. Published three times annually, GWS features articles and book reviews that explore a broad range of topics, including military, air power, naval, intelligence, and diplomatic history. Additionally, the journal publishes original research on weapons technology, geopolitics, home front studies, the Holocaust, resistance movements, and peacekeeping operations.