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The Great War and Medieval Memory: War, Remembrance and Medievalism in Britain and Germany, 1914–1940 (review)
As a contribution to Cambridge’s “Studies in the Social and Cultural History of Modern Warfare,” Stefan Goebel’s work examines the remembrance of the World War I dead in literature, popular culture,Expand
Medieval and Modern C2: Command and Control in the Field during Western Europe’s Long Twelfth Century (1095–1225)
‘Command and control’ has become ever more important in the postmodern military world even though there is no universal consensus among contemporary militaries on what ‘command and control’Expand
Crusade, Second (1147–1149)
To see the Second Crusade as merely a sequel to the First Crusade is to ignore that its inspiration, preaching, leadership, course, and result differed greatly from its eleventh-century ancestor.Expand
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