International Journal of Military History and Historiography 43 (2023), 1–3

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International Journal of Military History and Historiography 43 (2023), 1–3

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New Volume of the International Journal of Military History and Historiography (nos 1–3)

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Volume 43, no. 1

Special Issue: New Perspectives on the Falklands War
Edited by Sophie Thérèse Ambler and Thomas C. Mills

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New Perspectives on the Falklands War
Sophie Thérèse Ambler and Thomas C. Mills
p. 7

COMAW Staff and HMS Fearless 1982: A Memoir by Lieutenant Commander Michael Ambler
Helen Parr
p. 14

No Man is an Island: Reflections on the Battlefield Landscapes of the Falklands-Malvinas War
Tony Pollard
p. 45

Brutalised, Broken and Betrayed: The Falklands Veteran in 1980s British Film
Sam Edwards
p. 81

Anti-Colonialism Versus Self-Determination: International Alliance Dynamics in the 1982 Falklands/Malvinas War
Michelle Paranzino
p. 108

“First gain the victory and then make the best use of it you can”: The Royal Navy in the Aftermath of the Falklands War
R. Gerald Hughes
p. 137

Bibliographical Records
p. 177

Notes on Contributors
p. 229

Volume 43, no. 2

ARTICLES

The Military Career of the Fifth Marquis of Távara (1604–1665)
Enrique García Hernán
p. 238

Still Allies? The Women Spinners’ Strike in Arzignano and Italian/British Tensions in Italy During the Immediate Post-First World War Period
Paolo Pozzato and Martin Samuels
p. 272

From War to Global Peace Strategist: George C. Marshall and the Fundamentals of International Peace and Security
Joe Majerus
p. 300

British Military Assistance to Help Establish Abu Dhabi’s Air Force, 1967–1971: An Unusual Training, Advising, Assisting and Mentoring Mission
Athol Yates
p. 332

Bibliographical Records
p. 353

Notes on Contributors
p. 405

Volume 43, no. 3

ARTICLES

New Perspectives on the East Africa Campaign of the Second World War
Evert Kleynhans and Ian van der Waag
p. 411

Losing an Empire: Fascist Italy’s Defeat in the Horn of Africa 1940–1941 and its Memory
Bastian Matteo Scianna
p. 421

The Gold Coast Brigade’s Crossing of the Juba River, Italian Somaliland, February 1941
Timothy Stapleton
p. 462

“Through bush, across desert and over mountains”: The Combat Operations of the 1st South African Infantry Brigade in East Africa, 1941
Evert Kleynhans
p. 486

“The patriots proved most successful” or “They had been useless whenever fighting had to be done”: Evaluating the Efficacy of Ethiopian Irregular Forces in the East Africa Campaign
Jacob Stoil
p. 528

Defeat at Gallabat: Brigadier Bill Slim’s Formative Learning Experience
Andrew Stewart
p. 560

“Almost entirely a medical war”: The South African Medical Corps in East Africa, 1940–1941
Ian van der Waag
p. 582

Bibliographical Records
p. 627

Notes on Contributors
p. 655

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