Dissertations

Robert I. Alotta, Military Executions of the Union Army, 1861-1866 (1984) (Temple University)

Robert H. Berlin, The Administration of Military Justice in the Continental Army during the American Revolution, 1775-1783 (1976) (California, Santa Barbara)

Christopher A. Bray, Disobedience, Discipline, and the Contest for Order in the Early National New England Militia (2012) (University of California, Los Angeles)

Jacob W. Bucher, The Camouflage Collar: An Exploratory Study of Crime Among the Military (2009) (Emory University)

James H. Edmonson, Desertion in the American Army During the Revolutionary War (1971) (Louisiana State University)

Benjamin Feld, The United States Court of Military Appeals: A Study of the Origins and Early Development of the First Civilian Tribunal for Direct Review of Courts-Martial, 1951-1959 (1960) (Georgetown)

Henry Gabler, The Fitz John Porter Case: Politics and Military Justice (1971) (Grad. Center, CUNY)

William T. Generous, Swords and Scales: The Development of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (1971) (Stanford)

Elizabeth L. Hillman, Cold War Crime and American Military Culture: Courts-Martial in the United States Armed Forces, 1951-1973 (2001) (Yale University)

George F. Hofman, Major General Robert W. Grow: The News Media and the American Military Justice System: An Episode in Cold War Politics (1983) (Cincinnati)

Charles H. Hammond, Neither Lenient nor Draconian: The Evolution of French Military Justice during the Early Third Republic (2005) (California, Davis)

George W. Jernigan, The Courts of Military Review: Evolution of Judicial Institutions (1973) (Louisiana State University)

Mark W. Johnson, Where are the Regulars? An Analysis of Regular Army Recruiting and Enlistees, 1851-65 (2013) (SUNY)

John M. Lindley, A Soldier is Also a Citizen: The Controversy over Military Justice in the US Army, 1917-1920 (1974) (Duke)

James McGowen, Too Brave to Fight: American Conscientious Objectors and Military Justice during the First World War (2010) (California, Davis)

Roger G. Miller, Corrections and Rehabilitation in the U.S. Air Force, 1951-1985 (1987) (Indiana University)

Denny E. Pilant, A Peacetime Dilemma: The Legal Status of American Civilians Accompanying the Armed Forces Abroad (1964) (Duke University)

William P. Tatum, A Proper Submission: British Military Justice and Society, 1718-84 (2013) (Brown)

Robert Scott Stephenson, With Swords and Plowshares: British and American Military Society in the Trans-Allegheny West, 1754-74 (1998) (Virginia)

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