Warfare and Combat


G. Cross (2017). Slybirds A Photographic Odyssey of the 353rd Fighter Group During the Second World War. 

GE. Cross (2001). Jonah’s Feet are Dry The Experience of the 353rd Fighter Group During World War II.

J. Crowley (2012). The Psychology of the Athenian Hoplite The Culture of Combat in Classical Athens. Cambridge University Press.

J. Roche & J. M. Jensen (2015), eds. The Second Crusade: Holy War on the Periphery of Latin Christendom. Brepols Publishers.

Book Chapters

J. Crowley Fighting Talk: War and Combat in Popular Discourse and the Epitaphios Logos. In: The Athenian Funeral Oration. Cambridge University Press,

JP. Crowley (2020). Peace, Security and Deterrence in Classical Greece. SL. Ager. In: A Cultural History of Peace. Bloomsbury.

JP. Crowley (2014). ‘Beyond the universal soldier: combat trauma in classical antiquity’. P. Meineck, D. Konstan. In: Combat trauma and the Greeks. Palgrave Macmillan, pp.105-130. 

KS. Hurlock (2010). Norman Conquests, Norman Expansion. In: The Oxford Encyclopedia of Medieval Warfare and Military Technology, Volume 1.

K. Hurlock (2005). Power preaching and the Crusades in Pura Wallia c.1180-c.1280. B. Weiler, J. Burton, K. Stober. In: Thirteenth Century England XI: Proceedings of the Gregynog Conference 2005. Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, pp.94-108.

M.Morris, ‘Between workers and soldiers: understanding the relationship between the Labour Party
and ex-servicemen after the First World War’ in David Swift and Oliver Wilkinson (eds.), Veterans after the First World War (London: Routledge, forthcoming)  

M. Peñalba-Sotorrío (2019). Red Berets, Blue Shirts: Nationalist Militia Forces in the Spanish Civil War. In: Spain at War. Bloomsbury Academic, 

G. Phillips (2018). Animals in and at War. H. Kean, P. Howell. In: The Routledge Companion to Animal-Human History. Routledge, pp.422-445. 

G. Phillips (2015). “La Cavalerie au Combat au XIXe siècle,”. In: L’Âge D’Or de la Cavalerie. Gallimand,

G. Phillips (2012). Scotland in the age of the military revolution, 1488-1560. EM. Spiers, JA. Crang, MJ. Strickland. In: A Military History of Scotland. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp.182-208. 

G. Phillips (2007). ‘”Of Nimble Service”: Technology, Equestrianism and the Cavalry Arm of Early Modern European Armies,”. In: Warfare in Early Modern Europe 1450-1660. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp.21-58.‘

J. Roche (2015). “Causes Essay”. In A. Murray, The Crusades to the Holy Land: the Essential Reference Guide. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, pp. xix-xxv.

J. Roche (2015) “Consequences Essay’”. In A. Murray, The Crusades to the Holy Land, The Essential Reference Guide. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, pp. xxv-xxix.

J. Roche (2018). The Byzantine Conception of the Latin Barbarian and Distortion in the Greek Narratives of the Early Crusades. KV. Jensen, CS. Jensen, JM. Jensen. In: Fighting for the Faith – the Many Crusades. The society Runica et mediævalia, Stockholm University, pp.143-173. 

J. Roche (2008). “Niketas Choniates as a Source for the Second Crusade in Anatolia”. In Ebru Altan et al, eds., Festschrift in Memory of Prof. Dr. Iþýn Demirkent. Istanbul, pp. 379-88.

J. Roche, (2015). “The Second Crusade: Main Debates and New Horizons”. In The Second Crusade: Holy War on the Periphery of Latin Christendom, pp. 1-32.

J. Roche, “King Conrad III of Germany in the Byzantine Empire: a Foil for Native Imperial Virtue”. In The Second Crusade: Holy War on the Periphery of Latin Christendom, pp. 183-216.

Journal Articles

G. Cross (2020). ‘Command of the Air’: Alfred T. Mahan, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston S. Churchill and an Anglo-American Personal Diplomacy of Air Power. Journal of Transatlantic Studies. 18(4), 

J. Crowley Surviving Defeat: Battlefield Surrender in Classical Greece. Ancient History.


S. Edwards (2017). Book Review: The Battle of Britain, 1945-1965: The Air Ministry and the Few, Garry Campion. War in History. 24(4), pp.553-555. 

S. Edwards (2017). God and Uncle Sam: Religion and America’s Armed Forces in World War II, by Michael Snape. The English Historical Review. 132(557), pp.1023-1026. 

S. Edwards (2016). Book Review: D-Day Documents by Paul Winter. War in History. 23(1), pp.140-142.


S. Hurst (2016). The Iranian Nuclear Negotiations as a Two-Level Game: The Importance of Domestic Politics. Diplomacy & Statecraft. 27(3), pp.545-567. 

G. Phillips (2018). Pigeons in the Trenches: animals, communications technologies and the British Expeditionary Force, 1914-1918. The British Journal for Military History. 4(3), pp.60-80. 

G. Phillips (2018). “Technology, ‘Machine Age’ Warfare, and the Military Use of Dogs, 1880–1918,”.Journal of Military History. 82(1), pp.67-94. 

G. Phillips (2017). La transformación de la moral militar: armas y soldados en el campo de batalla del siglo XIX. Revista Universitaria de Historia Militar On-line. 6(11), pp.278-299.

G. Phillips (2013). Writing Horses into American Civil War History. WAR IN HISTORY. 20(2), pp.160-181. 

G. Phillips (2011). Military morality transformed: Weapons and soldiers on the nineteenth-century Battlefield. Journal of Interdisciplinary History. 41(4), pp.565-590. 

G. Phillips (2011). ‘Who shall say that the days of cavalry are over?’ The revival of the mounted arm in Europe, 1853-1914. War in History. 18(1), pp.5-32. 

G. Phillips (2007). Scapegoat arm: Twentieth-century cavalry in Anglophone historiography. Journal of Military History. 71(1), pp.37-74. 

G. Phillips (2003). Douglas Haig and the Development of Twentieth-Century Cavalry. Archives: The Journal of the British Records Association. 28, pp.142-162. 

G. Phillips (2002). ‘Of Nimble Service’: Technology, Equestrianism and the Cavalry Arm of Early Modern Western European Armies. War & Society. 20(2), pp.1-21.

G. Phillips (2001). To cry Home, Home!: Mutiny, morale and indiscipline in Tudor armies. JOURNAL OF MILITARY HISTORY. 65(2), pp.313-332. 

G. Phillips (2000). “Irish Ceatharnaigh in English Service, 1544-1550 and the development of ‘Gaelic Warfare’,”. Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research. 78, pp.163-172. 

G. Phillips (1999). Longbow and hackbutt – Weapons technology and technology transfer in early modern England. TECHNOLOGY AND CULTURE. 40(3), pp.576-593. 

G. Phillips (1999). “Strategy and its Limits; The Anglo-Scots Wars 1480-1550,” , 6 (1999), pp.396-416. War in History. 6, pp.396-416. 

G. Phillips (1998). In the shadow of Flodden: Tactics, technology and Scottish military effectiveness, 1513-1550. SCOTTISH HISTORICAL REVIEW. 77(204), pp.162-182.

G. Phillips (2002). The obsolescence of the arme-blanche and technological determinism in British military history. WAR IN HISTORY. 9(1), pp.39-59. 

G. Phillips (1997). An Army of Giants: Height and Medical Characteristics of Welsh Soldiers of the First World War. Archives: The Journal of the British Records Society. 22, pp.141-146. 

G. Phillips (1997). The Army of Henry VIII: A Reassessment. Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research. 75, pp.8-22.

G. Phillips (1993). ‘Dai Bach y Soldiwr’: Welsh Soldiers in the British Army 1914-1918. Llafur: Journal of Welsh Labour History. 6(2), pp.94-105.

JT. Roche (2015). The Second Crusade: Lisbon, Damascus and the Wendish Campaigns. History Compass. 13(11), pp.599-609.

JT. ROCHE (2009). In the Wake of Mantzikert: The First Crusade and the Alexian Reconquest of Western Anatolia. History. 94(314), pp.135-153. 

JT. Roche (2006). ‘Conrad III and the Second Crusade: Retreat from Dorylaion?’. Crusades. 5, pp.85-97.