The Evolution of Modern Land Warfare: Theory and Practice

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Routledge, 05 հոկ, 2015 թ. - 328 էջ
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Extensively illustrated with 52 detailed campaign and battle maps and diagrams, this book, originally published in 1990, surveys the evolution of warfare in Europe from Napoleon to the end of the twentieth century and in Asia from the Middle Ages. It considers the interaction of technology and warfare. With wide-ranging examples, the book includes two in depth case studies, one on the Soviet Operational Manoeuvre Group and its predecessors in the Russian Imperial Army, the other on the history of land warfare, including guerilla warfare, in Asia. In this book the author demonstrates that military history can be of immense practical help to the modern military analyst and professional. Now updated with a new introduction to take into account changes since 1990, this book remains of essential value to students, teachers & professionals in political & social history, international relations, defence, war & peace studies.

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Ground rules
Technics and warfare
The expansion of the battlefield and the operational level of war 1800c
Aircland battle 1918c77
corps volant to OMG the practical utility of military
Donit get involved in a land war in Asia
Some conclusions and prognoses
General select bibliography

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