Dr Gerard Oram is a modern historian and Director of the War and Society programmes at Swansea University. He specialises in the impact of war on societies and culture.
Death Sentences passed by military courts of the British army 1914 - 24 (Francis Boutle, London, 1998).
Worthless Men: race, eugenics and the death penalty in the British army during the First World War (Francis Boutle, London, 1998).
Military Executions during World War 1 (Palgrave, Basingstoke, 2003).
Conflict and Legality: Policing Mid-Twentieth Century Europe (as editor) (Francis Boutle, London, 2003).
Articles in Refereed Journals
‘“The administration of discipline by the English is very rigid”: British Military Law and the Death Penalty (1868 – 1918)’ in Crime, Histoire et Sociétés/Crime, History and Societies, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2001, pp. 93-110.
Pious Perjury: Morale and Discipline in the British Force in Italy 1917-18’ in War in History, Vol. 9, No. 4, 2002, pp. 412-430.
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