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Global War Studies (GWS) is the leading international peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the study of the Second World War, 1919-1945. 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.

Publisher: Brécourt Academic

Volume 9, Number 1, 2012

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Open Access Hedgerow Hell, July 1944
pp. 75-77(3)
Author: Trew, Simon C.

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Book Reviews

Open Access Pacific Crucible: War at Sea in the Pacific, 1941-1942
pp. 78-81(4)
Author: Mitchener, Donald K.

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Open Access For Country and Corps: The Life of General Oliver P. Smith
pp. 84-86(3)
Author: Hoffman, Jon T.

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Open Access Moral Combat: A History of World War II
pp. 98-98(1)
Author: Black, Jeremy

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Open Access New Perspectives on Austrians and World War II
pp. 103-105(3)
Author: Dowling, Timothy C.

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Open Access Camp Z: The Secret Life of Rudolf Hess
pp. 105-107(3)
Author: West, Nigel

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Open Access Kill the Führer: Section X and Operation Foxley
pp. 107-108(2)
Author: Keene, Tom

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Open Access T-Force: The Race for Nazi War Secrets, 1945
pp. 108-110(3)
Author: French, David

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Open Access Me 262, Volume One (Revised Edition)
pp. 112-113(2)
Author: Muller, Richard R.

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Open Access The Bismarck 1941: Hunting Germany's Greatest Battleship
pp. 118-120(3)
Author: Stille, Mark E.

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pp. 125-125(1)

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