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The International Bibliography of Military History

Sonntag, 1. September 2013

The International Bibliography of Military History (IBMH) has been published annually since 1978 as an annotated bibliographical survey of the international literature of military history.

The Bibliographical Committee of the International Commission of Military History (ICMH) encourages contributions to the International Bibliography of Military History, published by Brill. For the next issue (33.2), due to be published in November 2013, the deadline for the contributions is 1 September 2013.

We would like to invite scholars to submit historiographical articles, dealing with the state of military history in a specific country or an issue of military-historiographical relevance. These articles should be no longer than 7,000 words. For more information on how to prepare your article or manuscript, please view the Instructions for Authors (

To give you an idea on which type of articles are published by the International Bibliography of Military History, we invite you to the Brill Books and Journals platform where you can access some of the articles from past issues for free. Go to:

The articles should be submitted either to:

the Editor-in-chief and President of the IBMH, Dr. Mauro Mantovani (Military Academy at ETH Zurich, Switzerland) (mauro.mantovani[at]vtg.admin[dot]ch),


the Scientific Editor and Secretary General of the IBMH, Dr. Marco Wyss (Center for Security Studies, ETH Zurich, Switzerland) (marco.wyss[at]sipo.gess.ethz[dot]ch),

who will then decide, together with the committee and external reviewers, about the article’s suitability for publication.

For additional information and editorial guidelines, please contact the Editor-in-chief.


Marc Hansen



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