Acta of the XLIV ICMH Congress in Israel

Published: Wednesday, 28 November 2018

The speakers at the XLIV Congress of the International Commission of Military History, held in Israel from 2 to 7 September 2018, should send their final papers to Colonel Benny Michelsohn (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) by 31 December 2018 in order to be published in the Acta. The papers have to be submitted in English or French, in MS Word format [preferably font 12, line spacing 1.5]. Please indicate special features requested. Notes [footnotes or endnotes] should be written by academic standards.

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André Corvisier Prize 2019 for PhD Theses

The International Commission of Military History awards the André Corvisier Prize for PhD theses on Military History, named after the distinguished French scholar who was for ten years President of ICMH and then President of Honour. For the 2019 edition, the prize will be awarded for a PhD thesis discussed and approved in 2018 in a recognized University. 

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ICMH President's key-note speech in Greece

The Hellenic Army General Staff and the Institute of International Relations organized its 2nd Land Forces Conference in Vari, Greece, between September 27th and 28th, 2018. The topic of the conference was: “Multi-Domain Battle and the Role of Land Forces”. The ICMH President, Massimo de Leonardis, delivered the key-note speech on "The Role of Land Forces in Joint and Combined Operations: Lessons from the Past and a Look to the Future". You can download the full text below.

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The winner of the 2018 Corvisier Prize (updated)

At unanimity of votes, the Jury of the Corvisier Prize choose Mr. Maxime Petitjean’s dissertation as the laureate of the 2018 edition of the Corvisier Prize. The members of the jury de soutenance de thèse unanimously agreed about the importance of the work of Mr. Petitjean, which, when published, will be a fundamental volume on the subject.

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