Containers

Under the series title Acta, the proceedings from the international congresses are published, usually in the form of one or two volumes of scholarly articles.

 

La série des Actes reprend les textes des communications et allocutions officielles des congrès internationaux, généralement sous la forme d’un recueil comprenant un ou deux tomes selon les cas.

Who we are

The Military Archives Committee (CAM) is one of the operational bodies of the International Commission of Military History. Since 1990, when CAM was founded, the Committee tried to unite military archival institutions, experts and practitioners to encourage dialogue, exchange and transmission of knowledge and expertise in the specific field of military archives. As the International Council of Archives stated “effective records and archives management is an essential precondition for good governance, the rule of law, administrative transparency, the preservation of mankind's collective memory, and access to information by citizens”.  CAM agrees on this definition.


What we do

Because of the nature of semi-autonomous body within the ICMH, the activity led in the CAM are under the umbrella of the International Commission of Military History and under the Statutes of the Committee (see statutes). Basically, the CAM meets every year during the International Congress with a specific agenda. The meeting is open to one representative for each national commission in the ICMH. Furthermore other components of the commissions are welcomed. Moreover, since 2013, the committee managed to set up a panel on military archives, an archives visit (preferably on military archives) and other similar events, with the full support of national commissions responsible for the annual congress organisation. Behind all those initiatives is promoting co-operation with historians and the research community in order to spread the values of the archivists and to share with users the information available in the field of military archives.

One of the last projects launched since 2013 is to create a military archives guide online, after the first attempt to realise one on paper at the end of ‘80s. The idea is to have an online guide in order to facilitate institutions, researchers and users to find links to military archives and to access directly to the information needed. 

Every institution can download the template, fill the form and send back to link its website to our online guide. The committee encourages everybody (library, museum, local archives, family archives) who has military archives to participate to this project.

Since the foundation, the Committee tried to prepare and to distribute a newsletter (Mars&Janus) that faced success and failure at the same time. In 2021, the CAM decided to relaunch the initiative through the blog (https://cam.hypotheses.org/), a new operational tool useful for all the community. If you are interested to propose articles please contact the committee.


Who can join CAM?

CAM encourages membership from all National Commissions represented in the International Commission for Military History. Moreover, all the activities are open to any person or organisation interested in military archives. If interested in CAM activities, please check in which country the Annual Congress will be held and ask for the draft program. Then contact the CAM steering committee in order to receive support. 

For the membership, please see the Statutes.


Partnership

The Committee is happy to receive support in any field of interests with the aim to spread the knowledge and the skills in the specific field of military archives. Partnerships are fundamental to CAM's work because the Committee thinks that fulfilling its aims through collaboration represents one of the pillar of the knowledge dissemination through Society.


Volunteering

The Committee welcomes National Commission initiatives to support CAM. Volunteering is one of them. Volunteering is even open to university students, young specialists and users with a basic knowledge of the matter. Volunteers can disseminate knowledge both within the community of specialists and outside of it. They can contribute to raise the professional and scientific profile of CAM.

If you interested, please contact both the president and the secretary general of CAM.

 

The Archive's Committee board is composed by:

President:
Flavio Carbone (ITA), presidency.CAM@gmail.com

Secretary-General:
Kathleen Van Acker (BEL), secretarygeneral.cam@gmail.com

Previous Presidents:
Michael Steidel (GER), 2015-2020
Hans Pawlisch (USA), 2010-2015
Hans Joachim Harder (GER) 2005-2010
Rudolf Jaun (SWI), 2002-2005
Hans Christian Bjerg (DEN), 2000-2002
Manfred Kehrig (GER), 1992-2000
Erik Norberg (SWE), 1990-1992

   

 

The Bibliographical Committee works mainly on the publication of the International Journal of Military History and Historiography.

This is our board:

President and Editor-in-Chief:
Dr. Marco Wyss (United Kingdom)

Secretary general and scientific editor:
Oberst i.G. Dr. Winfried Heinemann (Germany)

Members: 
Brg. (Res) Dr Daniel Asher, IDF CSC (Israel) 
Prof. Dr Jordan Baev, Defense Advanced Research Institute, G.S. Rakovski National Defense Academy, Sofia (Bulgaria) 
Dr Gabriele Bosch, ZMSBw - Bibliothek (Germany) 
Dr Davide Borsani, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano (Italy) 
Prof. Dr Lars Erikson-Wolke, Military History Department, National Defence University, Stockholm (Sweden) 
Dr Zisis Fotakis, Assistant Professor, Hellenic Naval Academy (Greece) 
Prof. Dr Winfried Heinemann (see above) 
Dr Andreas Karyos, National Struggle Museum and University of Nicosia (Cyprus) 
Coronel Ejercito de Tierra (r), DEM Fernando Fontana de Grassa, Centro Superior de Estudios de la Defensa Nacional, Madrid (Spain) 
Col. M.A. José Miguel Moreira Freire, Director of Military Academy Library, Lisbon (Portugal) 
Dr Anselm van der Peet, Netherlands Institute of Military History (The Netherlands) 
Prof. Dr Dumitru Preda, Directeur de la direction des Archives Diplomatiques, Ministère des Afffaires étrangères (Romania) 
Dr Claudia Reichl-Ham, Research and Publications Department, Austrian Army Museum (Austria) 
Dr Robyn L. Rodriguez, Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii (USA) 
Dr Max Schiavon, Commission Française d’Histoire Militaire (France) 
Dr Adam Storring, British Commission for Military History (UK) 
Prof. Dr Pasi Tuunainen, Senior Lecturer and Adjunct Professor in Military History, University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu (Finland) 
Sr. Col. Zhou Xiaoning, Academy of Military Science, Chinese PLA, Beijing (China). 

Honorary Presidents:
Col. Daniel Reichel (†) (Founding Member) (Switzerland) 
Brig. Jean Langenberger (†) (Switzerland) 
Maj. Dr. Dimitry Queloz (Switzerland) 

Honorary Member: 
Gso. Ma. Jarl E. Kronlund (Finland) 

 

The Full Board is composed by the President, the two Vice Presidents, the Secretary General, the Treasurer, and between 5 and 10 other members.

Within the Full Board, the Executive Board is composed by the President, the two Vice Presidents, the Secretary General and the Treasurer. 

As elected in 2020, the Board at present includes the following members. 

 

President / Président / Vorsitzender / Presidente / Presidente
Prof. Dr. Massimo de Leonardis

Vice-president / Vice-président / Stellvertretender Vorsitzender / Vice-Presidente / Vicepresidente
Dr. Efpraxia S. Paschalidou
Dr. Harold E Raugh, Jr. 

Secretary General / Secrétaire général / Generalsekretär / Segretario Generale / Secretario general
Prof. Dr. Kris Quanten

Treasurer / Trésorier / Schatzmeister / Tesoriere / Tesorero
Prof. Dr. Jan Hoffenaar

Members / Membres / Mitglieder / Membri / Miembros Lieutenant-Colonel
Colonel Inf. (Ret.) J.D. Willard B. Snyder (President’s special delegate for contacts with foundations and museums)
Dr. Maristela da Silva Ferreira
Col (GS) Fernando Fontana de Grassa
Kapitän zur See Dr. Jörg Hillmann
Capitaine de Frégate Blaise Mbué Ngappé
Dr. Francine Saint-Ramond
Univ.-Doz. Dr. Erwin A. Schmidl
Dr. Carmen Sorina Rijnoveanu

 

Click and download the files with their curricula vitae.

 

Lorsqu’il était Secrétaire général, l’actuel Président de la CIHM, le Drs. Piet Kamphuis, fonda, en 2003, la « Lettre d’information » de la CIHM. Elle paraît deux fois l’an, généralement en trois langues : l’allemand, l’anglais et le français.

Le Comité de bibliographie gère l’édition de la International Journal of Military History and HistoriographyPubliée à l’origine en coopération avec la Bibliothèque militaire fédérale à Berne (Suisse), elle est depuis 2010 prise en charge par les éditions Brill, qui jouissent d’une grande renommée internationale.  

Voici notre bureau:

Président et Rédacteur en chef:
Dr. Mauro Mantovani (CHE)

Secrétaire général et rédacteur scientifique:
Dr. Marco Wyss (CHE)

Membres: 
Brig. (res.) Dr. Dani Asher (ISR)
Prof. Dr. Jordan Baev (BGR)
Prof. Dr. Lars Erikson Wolke (SWE)
Dr. Zisis Fotakis (GRC)
LtCol M.A. José Miguel Moreira Freire (PRT)
Coronel Ejercito (Res.) DEM Ignacio Matalobos Gonzalez de la Vega (ESP)
Oberst i.G. Dr. Winfried Heinemann (DEU)
Prof. Dr. Gianlucca Pastori (ITA)
Prof. Dr. Dumitru Preda (ROU)
LtCol Dr. Harold E. Raugh, Jr. (USA)
Dr. Claudia Reichl-Ham (AUT)
Dr. Robyn L. Rodriguez (USA)
Dr. Max Schiavon (FRA)
Prof. Dr. Pasi Tuunainen (FIN)
Drs. Erwin van Loo (NLD)
Senior Colonel Xiaoning Zhou (CHN)

Prof. Dr. André Wessels (ZAF) - Associate Editor for South Africa

Dr. Hugo Meijer (GBR) - Book Review Editor

Président d’Honneur:
Brigadier (Ret.) J. Langenberger () (CHE)
Major D. Queloz (CHE)

Le Comité de l'enseignement encourage la coopération en matière d’enseignement de l’histoire militaire. Une autre tâche de ce Comité est la guidance de jeunes chercheurs, en particulier dans le cadre de l’atelier des chercheurs-doctorants qui, depuis 2008, est inscrit au programme des congrès annuels de la CIHM.

Voici notre bureau:

Président
Dr. Michael Olsansky (CHE)

Secrétaire général:
Professor Dr. Michael Epkenhans (DEU)

Fondé par le Col. (e.r.) Dr. Manfred Keyrig, qui dirigea longtemps les Archives militaires fédérales à Fribourg-en-Brisgau, le Comité des archives favorise les échanges entre des archivistes militaires originaires de différents pays.

Voici notre bureau:

Président:
Michael Steidel (DEU)

Secrétaire général:
LtCol. Flavio Carbone (ITA)

Secrétaire
Lynn Jones Stewart (USA)

Les 41 commissions nationales que compte actuellement la CIHM en forment le socle. Leur organisation interne varie en fonction des pays – certaines font organiquement partie des Forces armées, d’autres sont des associations privées ou des réseaux de coopération. Elles ont en commun leur engagement en faveur d’une étude scientifique et objective de notre passé.  

 

Website of the UK Commission

Website of the Czech Commission

Website of the Danish Commission

Website of the German Commission

Website of the Hellenic Commission of Military History

Website of the Spanish Commission

Website of the Swiss Commission of Military History

Website of the U.S. Commission

 

The Educational Committee fosters cooperation in the teaching of military history.

A further task of the Committee is supporting and encouraging younger scholars, especially through the “PhD Workshops” initiated in 2007, which take place in the course of the ICMH’s annual Congresses.

The Committee also collaborates with the ICMH ExBoard in awarding the André Corvisier Prize for PhD these in military history.

 

The Educational Committee’s board:

President
Dr. Michael Olsansky (SWITZ)

Secretary General:
Vacant

 

 

The ICMH rules for five-year statutory elections were approved by the National Commission’s President’s Meeting of August 6, 2004, in Rabat.

 

Le Règlement concernant les élections quinquennales statutaires a été approuvé par la Conférence des présidents des commissions nationales le 6 août 2004 à Rabat.

Here you can find the pertinent information concerning the elections of the ICMH Executive Board and the ICMH Full Board to be held in 2020. As requested by our “Rules for Statutory Elections”, you can find also the list of candidates and their CVs.

 

 NEWS

The election of the New Board for the five years 2020-2025 has been approved by acclamation.

CLICK HERE

 

Communication:
May 14, 2020 - Circular Letter by the President
June 15, 2020 - To all presidents and secretary-generals ICMH
July 15, 2020 - Letter from the President 

  

Candidate for the President:
Massimo de Leonardis  

 

Candidate for the Secretary General:
Kris Quanten

 

Candidate for the Treasurer:
Jan Hoffenaar

 

Candidates for the Board:

Francine Saint Ramond
Carmen Rijnoveanu
Efpraxia S. Paschalidou
Erwin Schmidl
Fernando Fontana de Grassa
Harold Raugh
Jorg Hillman
Maristela da Silva Ferreira
Willard Snyder 
Blaise Ngappe

 

 

In 2010, Professor Dr. Allan R. Millett, Director of the EisenhowerCenter in New Orleans and Vice-President of the International Commission of Military History, proposed the ‘Guidance for Organising International Congresses’, which were formally adopted by the General Assembly at Amsterdam on 3 September 2010.  In view of the increasing importance of electronic publishing, paragraphs 2.5 through 2.12 were re-formulated by Professor Dr. Massimo de Leonardis, Professor at the Catholic University of Milano and then-Vice-President of the International Commission. It was adopted at the ICMH Congress in Rio de Janeiro on 2 September 2011.

This new revised edition has been prepared in 2017 by Prof. Massimo de Leonardis, President of the International Commission, under mandate of the Executive Board. It is published on the website and distributed as Annex to the Newsletter No. 28, Fall 2017.

 

The National commissions represent of the International Commission of Military History’s global outreach. Each National Commission is self-governing and sponsors military history activities within its own nation. In some countries National Commissions are expression of the local Ministry of Defence, in others are private organizations of scholars.

In all cases, National Commissions foster the collaboration between civilians and military and work for scholarly research.

 

Website of the UK Commission

Website of the Czech Commission

Website of the Danish Commission

Website of the German Commission

Website of the Hellenic Commission of Military History

Website of the Italian Commission

Website of the Portuguese Commission

Website of the Spanish Commission

Website of the Swiss Commission of Military History

Website of the U.S. Commission

 

To foster the exchange of information among the National Commissions, a Newsletter was initiated in 2003.

It is published twice a year, usually in English and French.

 

En 2010, le Professeur Dr. Allan R. Millett, Directeur du Centre Eisenhower de la Nouvelle Orléans et Vice-Président de la Commission internationale d’histoire militaire, a rédigé un « Guide à l’usage des organisateurs des congrès internationaux », formellement adopté par l’Assemblée générale d’Amsterdam le 3 septembre 2010. Vu l’importance croissante des publications électroniques, les paragraphes 2.5 à 2.12 ont été révisés par le Pr. Dr. Massimo de Leonardis, professeur à l’Université catholique de Milan et successeur du Prof. Millett à la Vice-Présidence de la Commission internationale, et adoptés lors du Congrès de la CIHM à Rio de Janeiro, le 2 septembre 2011.

The present Statute of the International Commission of Military History was approved by the General Assembly in Douala on 8th September 2017. The English version is the authoritative text.

 

 

Les présents statuts ont été approuvés par l’Assemblée générale du 26 août 2005 à Madrid et corrigés par l’Assemblée générale du 31 août 2012 à Sofia. La version française est la version originale.

Ici, nous publiérons des textes d'interêt pour les historiens militaires. D'habitude, ces textes ne seront disponibles que dans un choix limité de langues.

The following issues have been published so far:

Issue no. 1-2: Paris 1939
3: Paris 1939-1940
4: Paris 1939-1940
5: Paris 1941-1945
6: Paris 1946
7: Commission Suédoise, Stockholm 1949
8: Commission Chérifienne, Maroc 1950
9: Commission Espagnole, Madrid 1950
10: Commission Italienne, Rome 1951
11: Commission Brésilienne, Rio de Janeiro 1952
12: Commission Polonaise, London – Paris 1952
13: Commission Algérienne, Alger 1952
14: Commission Autrichienne, Vienna 1955
15: Commission Suédoise, Stockholm 1955
16: Commission Française, Paris 1955
17: Commission de l’Afrique française, Dakar 1956
18: Commission Tunisienne, Tunis 1956
19: Commission Néerlandaise, The Hague 1957
20: Commission Belge , Brussels 1959
21: Commission Autrichienne , Vienna 1960
22: Commission Internationale, Brussels 1960/64
23: Commission Finlandaise, Helsinki 1961
24: Commission Belge , Brussels 1965
25: Commission Française, Paris 1966
26: Commission Suédoise, Stockholm 1967
27: Commission d’Allemagne fédérale, Freiburg 1968
28: Commission Polonaise, Warsaw 1969
29: Commission Belge , Brussels 1970
30: Commission Française, Paris 1970
31: Commission Internationale, Brussels 1971
32: Commission Internationale, Brussels 1972-1975
33: Commission d’Allemagne fédérale, Freiburg 1975
34: Commission Roumaine, Bucarest 1975
35: Commission Française, Paris 1976
36: Commission Roumaine, Bucarest 1977
37: Commission Française, Paris 1977 (3 fascicules)
38: Commission Japonaise, Tokyo 1978, 
Military History in Japan
39: Commission Italienne, Rome 1978
40: Commission Suisse, Bern 1978, 
Grandson – 1476 : Essai d’approche pluridisciplinaire d’une action militaire du XVe siècle
41: Commission Française, Paris 1979
42: Commission Israélienne, Tel Aviv 1979
43: Commission de la R.D.A., Potsdam 1979
44: Commission Soviétique, Moscow 1979
45: Commission Autrichienne , Vienna 1980,
Österreich zur See
46: Commission Turque, Ankara 1980
47: Commission Internationale, Göteborg 1980
48: Commission Roumaine, Bucarest 1980
49: Commission Française, Paris 1980
50: Commission Turque, Ankara 1981
51: Commission Yougoslave, Belgrad 1981
52: Commission Polonaise, Warsaw 1982
53: Commission Internationale, Göteborg 1982
54: Commission Canadienne, Ottawa 1982
55: Commission Française, Paris 1983
56: Commission Espagnole, Madrid 1984
57: Commission Suédoise, Stockholm 1984, 
Neutrality and Defence: The Swedish Experience
58: Commission Néerlandaise, The Hague 1984
59: Commission Soviétique, Moscow 1985
60: Commission Bulgare, Sofia 1984
61: Commission Française, Paris 1985, 
Trente Ans d’Histoire Militaire en France
62: Commission Finlandaise, Helsinki 1985
63: Commission d’Allemagne fédérale, Freiburg 1985
64: Commission Yougoslave, Belgrad 1986
65:  Commission Suisse, Bern 1988, 
Krieg und Gebirge / La guerre et la montagne / La guerra e la montagna
66: Commission Roumaine, Bucarest 1988
67: Commission Turque, Ankara 1987
68: Commission Française, Paris 1987
69: Commission Américaine, Washington, D.C. 1990
70: Commission Coréene, Seoul 1988
71: Commission de la R.D.A., Potsdam 1989
72: Commission Australienne, Canberra 1990
73: Commission Internationale, Stuttgart 1991,
 The Naval Arms Race 1930-1941
74: Commission Bulgare, Sofia 1992
75: Commission Française, Paris 1995, 
Des interventions extérieures françaises à des fins de maintien de l’ordre, d’interposition et d’assistance aux XIXe et XXe siècles
76: Commission Française, Paris 1997,
 La guerre d’Algérie: La défense des frontiers – Les barrages algéro-marocain et algéro-tunisien, 1956-1962
77: Commission Roumaine, Bucarest 1992
78: Commission Française, Paris 2000,
 La Bataille d’hier à aujourd’hui.
79: Commission Grecque, Athens 2001
80: Commission Hongroise, Budapest 2004,
 Military Professionalization, 1900-1999: The Quest for Excellence
(Note: This was the publication of the papers presented at the 4th International Conference of the Military History Working Group (now the Conflict Analysis Working Group) of the Partnership for Peace Consortium of Defence Academies and Security Studies Institutes, held in Budapest in 2004).
81: Commission Française, Paris 2001
82: Commission Française, Paris 2002
83: Commissions Française et Roumaine, Paris 2003
84: Commission Danoise, 2004
85: Commission Française, Paris,
 Petite guerre et guerres asymetriques de l’Antiquité au XXIème siècle
86: Commission Internationale, Brussels 2006,
 Military Recruitment in Modern Times (XIXth – XXth centuries)
87: Commission Turque, Ankara 2007
88: Commission Française, Paris 2010 
La Diplomatie militaire ou l’usage politique de la force
89: Commission Italienne, The Hague & Rome 2012 
Airpower in the 20th Century
90: Commission Française, Paris (Les Blocus) - à paraitre
91: 75 Years International Commission of Military History, 1938-2013
92: The Irish Presence in the Spanish Military – 16th to 20th Centuries
93: The Germanic Presence in the Spanish Military

 

Until 1975, several issues of the Revue were supposed to represent ‘volumes’ (tomes): tome I = issues 1-4; tome II = 5-9; tome III = 10-13; tome IV = 14-16; tome V = 17-21; tome VI = 22-25; tome VII = 26-28; tome VIII = 30-32. This ‘double counting’ was then discontinued.

A list of articles (Tables et index) was published in Porrentruy (Switzerland) in 1991.

In this collection, we shall occasionally publish texts of interest to military historians worldwide and the Reviews published by a national commission on behalf of the International Commission, which normally has articles by scholars around a specific subject.

The following issues have been published so far:

Issue no. 1-2: Paris 1939
3: Paris 1939-1940
4: Paris 1939-1940
5: Paris 1941-1945
6: Paris 1946
7: Commission Suédoise, Stockholm 1949
8: Commission Chérifienne, Maroc 1950
9: Commission Espagnole, Madrid 1950
10: Commission Italienne, Rome 1951
11: Commission Brésilienne, Rio de Janeiro 1952
12: Commission Polonaise, London – Paris 1952
13: Commission Algérienne, Alger 1952
14: Commission Autrichienne, Vienna 1955
15: Commission Suédoise, Stockholm 1955
16: Commission Française, Paris 1955
17: Commission de l’Afrique française, Dakar 1956
18: Commission Tunisienne, Tunis 1956
19: Commission Néerlandaise, The Hague 1957
20: Commission Belge , Brussels 1959
21: Commission Autrichienne , Vienna 1960
22: Commission Internationale, Brussels 1960/64
23: Commission Finlandaise, Helsinki 1961
24: Commission Belge , Brussels 1965
25: Commission Française, Paris 1966
26: Commission Suédoise, Stockholm 1967
27: Commission d’Allemagne fédérale, Freiburg 1968
28: Commission Polonaise, Warsaw 1969
29: Commission Belge , Brussels 1970
30: Commission Française, Paris 1970
31: Commission Internationale, Brussels 1971
32: Commission Internationale, Brussels 1972-1975
33: Commission d’Allemagne fédérale, Freiburg 1975
34: Commission Roumaine, Bucarest 1975
35: Commission Française, Paris 1976
36: Commission Roumaine, Bucarest 1977
37: Commission Française, Paris 1977 (3 fascicules)
38: Commission Japonaise, Tokyo 1978,
Military History in Japan
39: Commission Italienne, Rome 1978
40: Commission Suisse, Bern 1978, 
Grandson – 1476 : Essai d’approche pluridisciplinaire d’une action militaire du XVe siècle
41: Commission Française, Paris 1979
42: Commission Israélienne, Tel Aviv 1979
43: Commission de la R.D.A., Potsdam 1979
44: Commission Soviétique, Moscow 1979
45: Commission Autrichienne , Vienna 1980,
Österreich zur See
46: Commission Turque, Ankara 1980
47: Commission Internationale, Göteborg 1980
48: Commission Roumaine, Bucarest 1980
49: Commission Française, Paris 1980
50: Commission Turque, Ankara 1981
51: Commission Yougoslave, Belgrad 1981
52: Commission Polonaise, Warsaw 1982
53: Commission Internationale, Göteborg 1982
54: Commission Canadienne, Ottawa 1982
55: Commission Française, Paris 1983
56: Commission Espagnole, Madrid 1984
57: Commission Suédoise, Stockholm 1984, 
Neutrality and Defence: The Swedish Experience
58: Commission Néerlandaise, The Hague 1984
59: Commission Soviétique, Moscow 1985
60: Commission Bulgare, Sofia 1984
61: Commission Française, Paris 1985, 
Trente Ans d’Histoire Militaire en France
62: Commission Finlandaise, Helsinki 1985
63: Commission d’Allemagne fédérale, Freiburg 1985
64: Commission Yougoslave, Belgrad 1986
65:  Commission Suisse, Bern 1988, 
Krieg und Gebirge / La guerre et la montagne / La guerra e la montagna
66: Commission Roumaine, Bucarest 1988
67: Commission Turque, Ankara 1987
68: Commission Française, Paris 1987
69: Commission Américaine, Washington, D.C. 1990
70: Commission Coréene, Seoul 1988
71: Commission de la R.D.A., Potsdam 1989
72: Commission Australienne, Canberra 1990
73: Commission Internationale, Stuttgart 1991,
 The Naval Arms Race 1930-1941
74: Commission Bulgare, Sofia 1992
75: Commission Française, Paris 1995, 
Des interventions extérieures françaises à des fins de maintien de l’ordre, d’interposition et d’assistance aux XIXe et XXe siècles
76: Commission Française, Paris 1997,
 La guerre d’Algérie: La défense des frontiers – Les barrages algéro-marocain et algéro-tunisien, 1956-1962
77: Commission Roumaine, Bucarest 1992
78: Commission Française, Paris 2000,
 La Bataille d’hier à aujourd’hui.
79: Commission Grecque, Athens 2001
80: Commission Hongroise, Budapest 2004,
 Military Professionalization, 1900-1999: The Quest for Excellence
(Note: This was the publication of the papers presented at the 4th International Conference of the Military History Working Group (now the Conflict Analysis Working Group) of the Partnership for Peace Consortium of Defence Academies and Security Studies Institutes, held in Budapest in 2004).
81: Commission Française, Paris 2001
82: Commission Française, Paris 2002
83: Commissions Française et Roumaine, Paris 2003
84: Commission Danoise, 2004
85: Commission Française, Paris,
 Petite guerre et guerres asymetriques de l’Antiquité au XXIème siècle
86: Commission Internationale, Brussels 2006,
 Military Recruitment in Modern Times (XIXth – XXth centuries)
87: Commission Turque, Ankara 2007
88: Commission Française, Paris 2010
La Diplomatie militaire ou l’usage politique de la force
89: Commission Italienne, The Hague & Rome 2012
Airpower in the 20th Century
90: Commission Française, Paris (Les Blocus) - à paraitre
91: 75 Years International Commission of Military History, 1938-2013
92: The Irish Presence in the Spanish Military – 16th to 20th Centuries
93: The Germanic Presence in the Spanish Military

 

Until 1975, several issues of the Revue were supposed to represent ‘volumes’ (tomes): tome I = issues 1-4; tome II = 5-9; tome III = 10-13; tome IV = 14-16; tome V = 17-21; tome VI = 22-25; tome VII = 26-28; tome VIII = 30-32. This ‘double counting’ was then discontinued.

A list of articles (Tables et index) was published in Porrentruy (Switzerland) in 1991.