The RUSI Journal in 1922

Grainger, J. 2022. The RUSI Journal in 1922. modernistreviewcouk.wordpress.com. 43 Modernist Review, #43.

TitleThe RUSI Journal in 1922
TypeJournal article
AuthorsGrainger, J.
Abstract

The journal of the Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies has provided a semi-authorised voice on British military affairs since 1857.
In 1922 the British empire was at it's greatest extent, it was also breaking up. This article will analyse the contents of the journal issues for 1922 within this context.

Keywords1922, modernism, military history, empire, World War One, Jallianwala Bagh, Australia, Ireland, Mohandas Gandhi, Michael Collins
Article numberModernist Review, #43
Journalmodernistreviewcouk.wordpress.com
Journal citation43
Year2022
PublisherThe British Association of Modernist Studies
Accepted author manuscript
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Open (open metadata and files)
Web address (URL)https://modernistreviewcouk.wordpress.com/2022/11/04/the-rusi-journal-in-1922/
Publication dates
Published04 Nov 2022
FunderTechne AHRC

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