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FZ-256497-17
The Other Side of Victory: A History of Surrender from Medieval Combat to Modern Terrorism
John Lynn, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

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“The Intersection of Military History and the History of Emotions: Reconsidering Fear and Honor.” (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: “The Intersection of Military History and the History of Emotions: Reconsidering Fear and Honor.”
Author: John A. Lynn II
Abstract: The history of emotions can be used to interpret military history in new ways. In particular the very concepts of fear, honor, and shame can all be employed in interpreting the reality, perception, and performance of surrender.
Date: 10/27/2018
Conference Name: : “Émotions en Bataille: Sentiments, sensibilités et communités de la première modernité

"What Does Surrender Mean?" (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: "What Does Surrender Mean?"
Author: John A. Lynn II
Abstract: This was a presentation of my conceptual model of surrender as described in this final report. Two complicate to state here as an abstract. In concluded arguing that the two most important consequences of surrender were acquiescence to defeat or the transformation of the armed conflict into another kind of political violence, e.g. from conventional war to terrorism.
Date: 11/27/2020
Conference Name: “Cesser le feu, Cesser les combats?”


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