The Encyclopedia of War

The Encyclopedia of War

Online ISBN: 9781444338232

DOI: 10.1002/9781444338232

Browse by Topic

  1. Africa
  2. Ancient
  3. Armed Forces
  4. Asia
  5. Australia and Oceania
  6. Battles
  7. Contemporary c.1914-present
  8. Culture and Society
  9. Early Modern c.1500-1789 CE
  10. Europe
  11. Key figures
  12. Latin America and the Caribbean
  13. Laws and legality
    1. Blockades
    2. Carter Doctrine
    3. Civilians in War
    4. Conscription
    5. Crimes Against Humanity
    6. Declarations of War
    7. Emergency Powers Acts (1920, 1926, 1939–1940, 1964)
    8. Ethics of war
    9. Geneva Conventions and their Additional Protocols
    10. Genocide
    11. Grotius, Hugo (1583–1645)
    12. Hague Conventions (1899, 1907)
    13. Humanitarian action and intervention
    14. Kellogg–Briand Pact (1928)
    15. Laws of War
    16. League of Nations
    17. Military law
    18. Military necessity
    19. Neutrality
    20. Nuremberg War Crimes Trials
    21. Peace and Truce of God
    22. Prisoners of War, Treatment of
    23. Proportionality in War
    24. Ransoms
    25. Reagan Doctrine
    26. Reparations
    27. Reprisals
    28. Self-defense
    29. Spies and spying
    30. State of war
    31. Targeted killing
    32. Tokyo War Crimes Trial
    33. United Nations
    34. Unlawful Combatants
    35. Venezuela Blockade (1902–1903)
    36. War Crimes
    37. Washington Naval Conference (1921–1922)
    38. Blockades
    39. Carter Doctrine
    40. Civilians in War
    41. Conscription
    42. Crimes Against Humanity
    43. Declarations of War
    44. Emergency Powers Acts (1920, 1926, 1939–1940, 1964)
    45. Ethics of war
    46. Geneva Conventions and their Additional Protocols
    47. Genocide
    48. Grotius, Hugo (1583–1645)
    49. Hague Conventions (1899, 1907)
    50. Humanitarian action and intervention
    51. Kellogg–Briand Pact (1928)
    52. Laws of War
    53. League of Nations
    54. Military law
    55. Military necessity
    56. Neutrality
    57. Nuremberg War Crimes Trials
    58. Peace and Truce of God
    59. Prisoners of War, Treatment of
    60. Proportionality in War
    61. Ransoms
    62. Reagan Doctrine
    63. Reparations
    64. Reprisals
    65. Self-defense
    66. Spies and spying
    67. State of war
    68. Targeted killing
    69. Tokyo War Crimes Trial
    70. United Nations
    71. Unlawful Combatants
    72. Venezuela Blockade (1902–1903)
    73. War Crimes
    74. Washington Naval Conference (1921–1922)
    75. Blockades
    76. Carter Doctrine
    77. Civilians in War
    78. Conscription
    79. Crimes Against Humanity
    80. Declarations of War
    81. Emergency Powers Acts (1920, 1926, 1939–1940, 1964)
    82. Ethics of war
    83. Geneva Conventions and their Additional Protocols
    84. Genocide
    85. Grotius, Hugo (1583–1645)
    86. Hague Conventions (1899, 1907)
    87. Humanitarian action and intervention
    88. Kellogg–Briand Pact (1928)
    89. Laws of War
    90. League of Nations
    91. Military law
    92. Military necessity
    93. Neutrality
    94. Nuremberg War Crimes Trials
    95. Peace and Truce of God
    96. Prisoners of War, Treatment of
    97. Proportionality in War
    98. Ransoms
    99. Reagan Doctrine
    100. Reparations
    101. Reprisals
    102. Self-defense
    103. Spies and spying
    104. State of war
    105. Targeted killing
    106. Tokyo War Crimes Trial
    107. United Nations
    108. Unlawful Combatants
    109. Venezuela Blockade (1902–1903)
    110. War Crimes
    111. Washington Naval Conference (1921–1922)
  14. Map section
  15. Medieval c.400-1500 CE
  16. Middle East
  17. Modern
  18. North America
  19. Philosophy and Theory
  20. Resistance, Revolution, and Independence
  21. Strategy and Tactics
  22. Types of Warfare
  23. Wars
  24. Weapons

SEARCH