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  • The Genesis of New Weaponsby Franklin A. Long; Judith Reppy

    Elsevier Science 2015; US$ 72.95

    The Genesis of New Weapons: Decision Making for Military R&D covers the meeting held to convene military officers, civilian managers of R&D programs, and members of the research groups in industry and get insights from them regarding the decision-making process for initiation and carrying out of R&D programs. The book first gives an introductory overview... more...

  • Going Commandoby Mark Time

    John Blake Publishing 2015; US$ 8.74

    'TOUGH, TOUCHING? IT'S A RIGHT GOOD READ' - DAILY TELEGRAPHAt 16, Mark Time wants to become either a geologist or a Royal Marines Commando. So which does he choose? Despite his love of basalt, he chooses the career that teaches him how to kill... and sh*t in plastic bags.Knowing his weak body will have to shape up to complete thirty weeks of commando... 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...

  • Greek and Macedonian Land Battles of the 4th Century B.C.by McFarland & Co.

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2012; US$ 45.00

    With its mixture of famous battles and storied commanders, warfare in 4th century B.C. Greece has long held a fascination for military enthusiasts and the general public alike. Histories, biographies, and popular culture have turned the exploits of noted generals like Xenophon and Iphicrates of Athens, Epaminondas of Thebes, and the father-son team... more...

  • Greek and Roman Military Writersby Brian Campbell

    Taylor and Francis 2004; US$ 38.95

    Brian Campbell has selected and translated a wide range of pieces from the ancient military writers who tell us about the technical aspects of military practice and the management of armies. The pieces cover a fascinating range of topics - battle formations and manoeuvres, different types of troops, the art of generalship, methods for conducting... more...

  • Gunpowderby Jack Kelly

    Basic Books 2009; US$ 16.95

    "When Chinese alchemists fashioned the first manmade explosion sometime during the tenth century, no one could have foreseen its full revolutionary potential. Invented to frighten evil spirits rather t" more...

  • A History of Warfareby John Keegan

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2012; US$ 16.95

    The acclaimed author of The Face of Battle examines centures of conflict in a variety of diverse societies and cultures. "Keegan is at once the most readable and the most original of living military historians . . . A History of Warfare is perhaps the most remarkable study of warfare that has yet been written."--The New York Times Book Review. 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...

  • 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...