History prior to the 1970s, especially those problems and views about nuclear war and Cold War stalemate directly served as ground for developments of so-called here, 'grey wars'.
Nuclear powers looked for ways to maneuver over their created nuclear destructive capabilities to find areas of movement whereby their goals and objectives could be advanced without bringing down upon their heads certain destruction.
Very Good Review on a subject both important and very relevant not only to WW II, but history for modern industrial societies and their problems with warfare.
New in MiWSR
A review of Hugues Canuel, The Fall and Rise of French Sea Power: France’s Quest for an Independent Naval Policy, 1940–1963, by Jonathan M. House, US Army Command and General Staff College.
James P. Holoka, editor
We are now recruiting for the MA Military History at Brunel University London for the cohort commencing study in September/October 2022. This Masters degree offers a fantastic and unique opportunity to study military history at the postgraduate level over a broad period and through a variety of lenses. You will be taught by award-winning experts on the following modules:
The Oral History Office of the Hagley Library invites applications for oral history project support. The interviews generated by these projects will become part of the collection of the Hagley Library, which guarantees the permanent preservation of and access to oral histories associated with any funded project.