International Commission of Military History (I10H)
Commission internationale d'histoire militaire (CIHM)
Internationale Kommission für Militärgeschichte
Commissione Internazionale di Storia Militare
Comisión Internacional de Historia Militar
1938 Zurich Switzerland
1938, Zurich (Switzerland), during International Congress of Historical Sciences, as a commission of ICHS; last statutes in this role adopted 1971. Became an autonomous international organization, Jul 1972. New constitution adopted 15 Aug 1973, Stockholm (Sweden), at International Symposium on Military History; amended 1980, Bucharest (Romania), 2005, Madrid (Spain) and 2012, Sofia (Bulgaria). Current statutes adopted 8 Sep 2017, Douala (Cameroon). Also referred to as Commission internationale d'histoire militaire comparée. Previously also referred to as Mezdunarodnaja Komissija Voennoj Istorii.
Foster and coordinate studies and research in the field of military history.
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