- Title Pages
- 2 Was the Thirty Years War a ‘Total War’?
- 3 Grotius and the Civilian
- 4 War, Property and the Bonds of Society: England's ‘Unnatural’ Civil Wars
- 5 Transitional Justice Theory and Reconciling Civil War Division in English Society, circa 1660–1670 1
- 6 The Administration of War and French Prisoners of War in Britain, 1756–1763
- 7 Civilians, the French Army and Military Justice during the Reign of Louis XIV, circa 1640–1715
- 8 Restricted Violence? Military Occupation during the Eighteenth Century
- 9 British Soldiers at Home: The Civilian Experience in Wartime, 1740–1783
- 10 Conflicted Identities: Soldiers, Civilians and the Representation of War
- 11 ‘Turning Out for Twenty-Days Amusement’: The Militia in Georgian Satirical Prints 1
- 12 Insurgents and Counter-Insurgents between Military and Civil Society from the 1790s to 1815
- 13 The Limits of Conflict in Napoleonic Europe – And Their Transgression
- 14 Plunder on the Peninsula: British Soldiers and Local Civilians During the Peninsular War, 1808–1813
- 15 Invasion and Occupation: Civilian-Military Relations in Central Europe during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars 1
- 16 Imprisoned Reading: French Prisoners of War at the Selkirk Subscription Library, 1811–1814 1
- Civilians and War in Europe, 1618–1815
- Liverpool University Press
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