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History of military science

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  • The Military and Negotiationby Deborah Goodwin

    Taylor and Francis 2004; US$ 54.95

    A new investigation of the role of the modern soldier/diplomat and the nature of military negotiation, in comparison with negotiation in other key contexts. This new book presents a detailed analysis of the role of the military in current operations as negotiators and liaison workers in the field. It shows how very few in the academic world are... more...

  • Ancient Warfareby Harry Sidebottom

    Oxford University Press 2004; US$ 9.99

    This title examines all aspects of ancient warfare from philosophy to the technical skills needed to fight. It looks at war in a wider context and explores the ways in which ancient society thought about conflict: Can a war be just? Why was siege warfare particularly bloody? What role did divine intervention play in the outcome of a battle? more...

  • The Geeks of Warby John Edwards

    AMACOM 2005; US$ 24.00

    A look inside the shadowy world of emerging war technology. more...

  • The Soldiers' Taleby Samuel Hynes

    Penguin Publishing Group 1998; US$ 17.00

    The Soldiers? Tale is the story of modern wars as told by the men who did the actual fighting. Hynes examines the journals, memoirs, and letters of men who fought in the two World Wars and in Vietnam, and also the wars fought against the weak and helpless in concentration camps, prisoner-of-war camps, and bombed cities. Interweaving his own reflections... more...

  • War in Ancient Egyptby Anthony J. Spalinger

    Wiley 2015; US$ 149.95

    This book is an introduction to the war machine of New Kingdom Egypt from c. 1575 bc–1100 bc. Focuses on the period in which the Egyptians created a professional army and gained control of Syria, creating an “Empire of Asia”. Written by a respected Egyptologist. Highlights new technological developments, such as the use of chariots... more...

  • The Philosophy of Chinese Military Cultureby IV William H. Mott; Jae Chang Kim

    Palgrave Macmillan 2006; US$ 110.00

    Drawing on ancient texts and modern interpretations, this work explores the foundations for war in China's strategic culture Shih, Li and Tao. The work uses Shih theory to explain the anomalies that continue to perplex Euro-American observers in modern China's uses of force. more...

  • 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...