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Warfare; A Study Of Military Methods From The Earliest Times
Oliver Lyman Spaulding; Hoffman Nickerson ; John Womack Wright
December 1, 2006
by Scholar"s Bookshelf
Written in English
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Warfare: a study of military methods from the earliest times. [Oliver Lyman Spaulding; Hoffman Nickerson; John Womack Wright].
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages illustrations 23 cm. Contents: Preface / Tasker H. Bliss --ANCIENT WARFARE: TO THE DEATH OF JULIUS CAESAR / Oliver Lyman Spaulding, JRTHE EARLY ORIENTAL MONARCHIES --GREECE: THE TROJAN AND PERSIAN WARS ( B.
C.) --GREECE: THE PELOPONNESIAN WAR AND AFTER (~. : Warfare a Study of Military Methods from the Earliest Times (World Affairs: National and International Viewpoints) (): Spaulding, Oliver Lyman, Nickerson, Hoffman, Wright, John Womack: BooksCited by: 6.
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Next, study in depth: Take one campaign or battle and examine it in minute detail. Read letters, memoirs, diaries, and even historical fiction. (shelved 3 times as modern-warfare) avg rating — 11, ratings — published Want to Read saving.
The Origins of the Book. The Object of the Book. 13 CHAPTER I.-THE ALCHEMY OF WAR I. The Value of Military History. The Reality of War. The Lack of the Scientific Study of War.
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First, to study in width: To observe how warfare has developed over a long historical period. After World War II, under the shadow of nuclear weapons that threaten all civilization with annihilation, warfare returned to earlier forms. Guerrilla wars, foreshadowed in American experience by the long-continuing Indian Wars and the Philippine Insurrection of –, returned as American forces became engaged in counter-insurgency warfare during the Vietnam War (–) and in.Let’s talk about the next book on your list, which is Yorck and the Era of Prussian Reform ().This is about another Prussian general, Hans David Ludwig Yorck von Wartenburg.
The author of this book is Peter Paret who, with Michael Howard, is the translator of the current most widely read English translation of On War, and indeed a translation that really put On War firmly on the map.open confrontation using conventional military weapons and battlefield tactics.
the forces on each side are well defined, and the opposing army is the main target. the general purpose= to weaken/destroy the opponent's military force, in order to negate its ability to continue to engage in conventional warfare.