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
2021 Volume
The Man Who Captured Washington: Major General Robert Ross and the War of 1812 2021-005
The Man Who Captured Washington: Major General Robert Ross and the War of 1812
By John McCavitt and Christopher T. George
A review by Mark Klobas
Beyond the Beach: The Allied War against France 2021-004
Beyond the Beach: The Allied War against France
By Stephen A. Bourque
A review by Jonathan M. House
Bombing the City: Civilian Accounts of the Air War in Britain and Japan, 1939-1945 2021-003
Bombing the City: Civilian Accounts of the Air War in Britain and Japan, 1939-1945
By Aaron William Moore
A review by Chris K. Hemler
Comrades Betrayed: Jewish World War I Veterans under Hitler 2021-002
Comrades Betrayed: Jewish World War I Veterans under Hitler
By Michael Geheran
A review by Donald Lateiner
The S.S. Officer's Armchair: Uncovering the Hidden Life of a Nazi 2021-001
The S.S. Officer's Armchair: Uncovering the Hidden Life of a Nazi
By Daniel Lee
A review by Jonathan Beard
2020 Volume
Formula for Failure in Vietnam: The Folly of Limited Warfare 2020-112
Formula for Failure in Vietnam: The Folly of Limited Warfare
By William Hamilton
A review by Thomas E. Hanson
Master of Deception: The Wartime Adventures of Peter Fleming 2020-109
Master of Deception: The Wartime Adventures of Peter Fleming
By Alan Ogden
A review by Mark David Kaufman
Prussian Army Soldiers and the Seven Years' War: The Psychology of Honour 2020-108
Prussian Army Soldiers and the Seven Years' War: The Psychology of Honour
By Katrin Mobius and Sascha Mobius
A review by James Mc Intyre
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