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Team and Editorial Policy
Guerra Colonial is a semi-annual periodical publication (june and december) that is committed to deepening the knowledge of the history of colonial wars, from the incursions of European states in the world in the nineteenth century to the decolonization processes that took place in the century XX, although other events that are not within those chronological and geographical frameworks are also linked to the causes that motivated the colonization processes are also interesting.
In Guerra Colonial, we give importance to a type of publication based on scientific rigor and respectful treatment of sources, without forgetting the informative nature that should prevail in an online publication. Therefore, all those researchers and lovers of military history and the study of colonialism are invited to be encouraged to submit their work for future publication.
Guerra Colonial is an open access magazine, which means that all content is available free of charge to the user or his institution. Users can read, download, copy, distribute, print, search or link the full texts of the articles, or use them for any other legal purpose, without requesting prior permission from the publisher or the author. Likewise, Guerra Colonial does not charge any fees for submission / submission of manuscripts or fees for publication.
The rights to the articles and contents published in the Guerra Colonial will always correspond to the author. Redistribution, commercial and non-commercial, is allowed, provided that the work is not modified and is transmitted in its entirety, recognizing its authorship. Colonial War is subject to the digital archive on GitHub.
Miguel Madueño Álvarez ( Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid, Spain)
Pedro Panera Martínez (Gutiérrez Mellado University Institute, Madrid, Spain)
Julio A. Alfonso González (National University of Distance Education, Madrid, Spain)
Luis Illanas García (National University of Distance Education, Madrid, Spain)
Guadalupe de la Fuente Salido (Iberoamerican University, Mexico DF, Mexico)
Sandra Fresnillo del Saz ( Alcalá de Henares University, Madrid, Spain)
José Manuel Azcona Pastor ( Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid, Spain)
José Luis Rodríguez Jiménez ( Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid, Spain)
Gloria Priego de Montiano (Córdoba University, Cordoba, Spain)
Marco Antonio Cervera Obregón (Anáhuac University, Mexico DF, Mexico)
Majlinda Abdiu (Tirana University, Tirana, Albania)
Alfonso Bermúdez Mombiela (Zaragoza University, Zaragoza, Spain)
Alberto Guerrero Martín (National University of Distance Education, Madrid, Spain)
Place of Edition: Camino del Molino s/n, Campus de Fuenlabrada, 28943, Madrid
Editor: Contemporary History Area, Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid, Spain
Evaluated and indexed in:
Evaluated D in Social Science (CIRC)
ICDS: 3,5 MIAR.
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