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  • How Wars Are Wonby Bevin Alexander

    The Crown Publishing Group 2007; US$ 17.00

    Bevin Alexander is the author of seven books of military history, including How Hitler Could Have Won World War II and Lost Victories, which was named by the Civil War Book Review as one of the seventeen books that have most transformed Civil War scholarship. He was an advisor to the Rand Corporation for a recent study on future warfare and was a participant... more...

  • How to Lose a Battleby Bill Fawcett

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 8.99

    A remarkable compendium of the worst military decisions and the men who made them The annals of history are littered with horribly bad military leaders. These combat incompetents found amazing ways to ensure their army's defeat. Whether it was a lack of proper planning, miscalculation, ego, bad luck, or just plain stupidity, certain wartime stratagems... more...

  • Computer Assisted Exercises and Trainingby Erdal Cayirci; Dusan Marincic

    Wiley 2009; US$ 135.00

    A comprehensive guide to computer assisted exercises Readers can turn to this indispensable reference guide for comprehensive and lucid coverage of the operational, technical, and organizational knowledge needed to harness successful and constructive computer assisted exercises (CAX) and war games. It is geared also toward large civilian organizations... more...

  • The Impact of the Roman Army (200 B.C. ? A.D. 476): Economic, Social, Political, Religious and Cultural Aspectsby Lukas de Blois; Elio Lo Cascio

    BRILL 2007; US$ 203.00

    This sixth volume of the network Impact of Empire offers a comprehensive reading on the economic, political, religious and cultural impact of Roman military forces on the regions that were dominated by the Roman Empire. more...

  • Preparing for Peace: Military Identity, Value Orientations, and Professional Military Educationby Volker Franke

    ABC-CLIO 1999; US$ 132.00

    Since the end of the Cold War, U.S. military forces have participated in an increasingly complex array of military operations, from disaster relief and peacekeeping to deadly combat. The unique nature of many of these missions calls into question what it means to be a soldier and may require adjustments not only in military doctrine, but also in the... more...

  • Great Armies of Antiquity, Theby RICHARD GABRIEL

    ABC-CLIO 2002; US$ 98.00

    Gabriel examines 18 ancient army systems, examining the organizational structure and weapons employed and the degree to which cultural values and imperatives shaped the form and application of military force. The tactical doctrines and specific operational capabilities of each army are analyzed to explain how certain technical limitations and societal/cultural... more...

  • Military Technologies of the Worldby T.W. Lee

    ABC-CLIO 2008; US$ 350.00

    From the introduction of gunpowder to the reigning era of nuclear weapons, military technological advances have been at the forefront of change. These changes in weaponry have influenced the outcome of many historical events and the downfall or success of major civilizations. All nations have sought to improve military technologies in the hope of gaining... more...

  • With Arrow, Sword, and Spear: A History of Warfare in the Ancient Worldby Alfred Bradford

    ABC-CLIO 2000; US$ 138.00

    Most studies of ancient warfare focus only on the Greeks and the Romans, but this sweeping study covers the whole of the ancient world from Greece and Rome to the Near East, then eastward to Parthia, India, and China. Bradford transports the reader into the midst of ancient battles behind such great leaders as Thutmose III, Ashurbanipal, Alexander,... more...

  • Warfare in the Ancient Worldby Stefan G. Chrissanthos

    ABC-CLIO 2008; US$ 63.00

    From the clash of bronze weapons on bronze armor to the fall of Rome, war often decided the course of ancient history. This volume is a practical introduction to the study of warfare in the ancient world, beginning with Egypt and Mesopotamia, and tracing the advances made in battle tactics, technology, and government over hundreds of years, culminating... more...

  • New Perspectives on Ancient Warfareby Garrett Fagan; Matthew Trundle

    BRILL 2010; US$ 199.00

    New Perspectives on Ancient Warfare explores the armies of antiquity from Assyria and Persia, to classical Greece and Rome. The studies illustrate the ways in which technology, innovation, cultural exchange, and tactical developments transformed ancient warfare by land and sea. more...