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20th & 21st Century Wars: e Encyclopedias

Online Encyclopedias

American Women During World War II: An Encyclopedia (2010)

The Columbia Guide to the Holocaust (2000)

Encyclopedia of American War Literature (2001)

Encyclopedia of Conflicts Since World War II (1999, 2 vols.)

Encyclopedia of War and American Society (2006)

The Encyclopedia of War Journalism, 1807-2010 (2010)

Europe Since 1914: Encyclopedia of the Age of War and Reconstruction (2006)

Historical Dictionary of Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Warfare (2017)

Historical Dictionary of Terrorism (2009, 3rd ed.

Historical Dictionary of the Arab-Israeli Conflict (2015, 2nd ed.)

Historical Dictionary of the Chechen Conflict (2015)

Historical Dictionary of the Chinese Cultural Revolution (2015, 2nd ed.)

Historical Dictionary of the Cold War (2017, 2nd ed.)

Historical Dictionary of the Crimean War (2002)

Historical Dictionary of the Dirty Wars (2017)

Historical Dictionary of the Indochina War (1945-1954): An International and Interdisciplinary Approach (2011)

Historical Dictionary of the Northern Ireland Conflict (2017, 2nd ed.)

Historical Dictionary of the Russian Civil Wars, 1916-1926 (2015)

Historical Dictionary of the Russo-Japanese War (2017)

Historical Dictionary of the Spanish Civil War (2013)

The Holocaust Encyclopedia (2001)

International Handbook of War, Torture, and Terrorism (2013)

Perpetrating the Holocaust: Leaders, Enablers, and Collaborators (2019)

The Routledge Handbook of War and Society: Iraq and Afghanistan (2010)

Twentieth-Century War and Conflict: A Concise Encyclopedia (2015)

The Ukrainian Night: An Intimate History of Revolution (2018)

War and Children: A Reference Handbook (2010)

World War II at Sea: An Encyclopedia (2012)

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