BOOK CHAPTERS

Book Chapters:

The Role of Violence in the European Counter-Revolution, 1917-1939

  • Robert Gerwarth (2017)
  • in: Stefan Rinke and Michael Wildt (eds.), Revolutions and Counter-revolutions: 1917 and its Aftermath
  • Frankfurt: Campus

The Great War as a Global War: Imperial Conflict and the Reconfiguration of World Order, 1911-1923

  • Robert Gerwarth and Erez Manela (2017)
  • in: Thomas W. Zeiler, David K. Ekbladh, and Benjamin C. Montoya (eds.), Beyond 1917: The United States and the Global Legacies of the Great War
  • New York: Oxford University Press

Reinhard Heydrich: The Nazi Terror Enforcer

  • Robert Gerwarth (2017)
  • in: Hans-Christian Jasch and Christoph Kreutzmüller (eds.), The Participants: The Men of the Wannsee Conference
  • Oxford and New York: Berghahn Books

The Axis: Germany, Japan and Italy on the Road to War

  • Robert Gerwarth (2015)
  • in: Richard J.B. Bosworth & Joseph Maiolo (eds.), The Cambridge History of the Second World War
  • Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press

The Continuum of Violence

  • Robert Gerwarth (2014)
  • in: Jay Winter (ed.), The Cambridge History of the First World War
  • Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press

No End to War

  • Robert Gerwarth (2014)
  • in: Hew Strachan (ed.), The Oxford Illustrated History of the First World War
  • Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press

Rechte Gewaltgemeinschaften und die Stadt nach dem Ersten Weltkrieg

  • Robert Gerwarth (2013)
  • in: Friedrich Lenger (ed.), Kollektive Gewalt in der Stadt: Europa 1890-1939
  • Munich: Oldenbourg

Bolshevism as Fantasy: Fear of Revolution and Counter-Revolutionary Violence, 1917-23

  • Robert Gerwarth and John Horne (2012)
  • in: Robert Gerwarth and John Horne (eds.), War In Peace: Paramilitary Violence in Europe after the Great War
  • Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press

Sexual and Non-Sexual Violence against "Politicised Women" after the Great War

  • Robert Gerwarth (2011)
  • in: Elisabeth Heinemann (ed.), Sexual Violence in Conflict Zones from the Ancient World to the Late Twentieth Century
  • Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press

Revolution and Counter-Revolution

  • Robert Gerwarth and Martin Conway (2010)
  • in: Donald Boxham and Robert Gerwarth (eds.), Political Violence in Twentieth Century Europe
  • Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Controlling Chaos: the collapse of the Habsburg Empire

  • Robert Gerwarth (2010)
  • in: Heinz-Gerhard Haupt and Wilhelm Heitmeyer (eds.), Control of Violence: Historical and International Perspectives on Modern Societies.
  • New York: Springer

Europeanization through Violence? War and the Making of Modern Europe

  • Robert Gerwarth and Stephan Malinowski (2010)
  • in: Martin Conway and Kiran Patel (eds.), Europeanization in the Twenthieth Century: Historical Approches
  • London: Routledge

Introduction

  • Robert Gerwarth (2009)
  • in: Robert Gerwarth (ed.), Hero Cults and the Politics of the Past: Comparative European Perspective
  • Special Issue of the European History Quarterly

Constitutions: Civility and Violent Collapse in European History

  • Robert Gerwarth, Jose Harris and Holger Nehring (2008)
  • in: Robert Gerwarth, Jose Harris and Holger Nehring (eds.)
  • Special Issue of the Journal of Modern European History

Introduction

  • Robert Gerwarth and Dominik Geppert (2008)
  • in: Robert Gerwarth and Dominik Geppert (eds.), Wilhelmine Germany and Edwardian Britain: Essays on Cultural Affinity
  • Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press

Introduction

  • Robert Gerwarth (2007)
  • in: Robert Gerwarth (ed.), Twisted Paths: Europe 1914-1945
  • Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press

Introduction

  • Robert Gerwarth (2007)
  • in: Robert Gerwarth and Heinz-Gerhard Haupt (eds.), Terrorism in Twentieth-Ventury Europe: Transnational and Comparative Perspectives
  • Special Issue of the European Review of History

Republik und Reichsgründung: Bismarcks kleindeutsche Lösung im Meinungsstreit der ersten deutschen Demokratie

  • Robert Gerwarth (2004)
  • in: Heinrich August Winkler (eds.), Griff nach der Deutungsmacht. Zur Geschichte der Geschichtspolitik in Deutschland
  • Göttingen: Wallstein