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Contested Epidemics during Well-Known Conflicts: Introduction.
1: Plague of Athens: A Fate More Terrible Than the Spartans, 430–426 BCE.
2: The Antonine Plague: Unknown Death within the Roman Empire, 165–180 CE.
3: English Sweating Sickness and the Battle of Bosworth: Misfortune or Retribution, 1485 CE.
Bacterial Epidemics in the Context of Wars: Introduction.
4: The Black Death and Nation-State Wars of the 14th Century: Environment, Epigenetics, Excess, and Expiation, 1346–1450.
5: Typhus: Napoleon’s Tragic Invasion of Russia, the War of 1812.
6: Cholera: Dread Disease of the Crimean War, 1854–1855.
7: Typhoid Fever: Failure in the Midst of Victory in the Spanish-American War, 1898.
8: Diphtheria in the Tajikistan War: Circumventing Post–World War II Medical Advances, 1992–1994.
Viral Epidemics in the Context of Wars: Introduction.
9: Smallpox: Ensuring the Destruction of Armies in Colonial New Spain and Peru, 1518–1625.
10: Smallpox: Ensuring the Survival of an Army in Revolutionary America, 1775–1783.
11: Yellow Fever: Unexpected Ally in the Haitian Revolution, 1802–1803.
12: Measles in World War I: Pestilence within Mobilization Camps and Transport Ships, 1915–1919.
13: Influenza during World War I: The Great Flu Pandemic, 1916–1919.
14: Colonialism and War as Drivers of HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa, 1990–2003.
15: Mumps: Lasting Remnant of the Bosnian War, 1992–2012.
Epidemics of Mixed Origins during Wartime: Introduction.
16: Malaria: Continuing Pestilence from World War II to the Vietnam War, 1939–1975.
17: Dysentery in the American Civil War: An Inverse Force Multiplier, 1861–1865.
18: Pneumonia in the American Civil War: Death Knell of the Sick and Invalid, 1861–1865.
19: Epidemics and Wars in the Context of Historical Inquiry.
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