Special Issue: Combatants, Civilians and Cultures of Violence
1. Introduction: Military and Political Violence in History and Theory (pages 337–361) Mark Hewitson
2. A (Conceptual) History of Violence (pages 362–378) Adriano Vinale
3. Political Violence, Violent Politics: Protestant Democrats and Republicans at War in Virginia, 1862 (pages 379–395) John H. Matsui
4. German Soldiers and the Horror of War: Fear of Death and the Joy of Killing in 1870 and 1914 (pages 396–424) Mark Hewitson
5. ‘A Most Gruesome Sight’: Colonial Warfare, Racial Thought, and the Question of ‘Radicalization’ during the First World War in German South-West Africa (Namibia) (pages 425–447) Andre Rosengarten
6. Bringing back Culture: Combatant and Civilian Attitudes during the Spanish Civil War, 1936–1939 (pages 448–463) Claudio Hernandez Burgos
7. Presenting Oneself: Red Army Soldiers and Violence in the Great Patriotic War, 1941–1945 (pages 464–479) Kerstin Bischl
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