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by S.P. Mackenzie

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ISBN:
0415096901
Author:
S.P. Mackenzie
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Humanities
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English
Publisher:
Routledge (December 11, 1997)
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256 pages
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Series: The New International History

Series: The New International History. The juxtaposition of the Spanish Civil War International Brigades with the Nazi Waffen SS provided some right vs left contrast, but whereas the former was at the time billed as a global struggle, the latter's post-War image as something similar was merely a cynical attempt after the fact to excuse monstrous crimes in the name of something noble. In sum, a very good summary of the role ideology plays in modern warfare and the reality of post-war imagery to serve modern political and cultural needs.

Beginning with an exploration of the New Model Army of the 1640s, a force . 8 The International Brigades in the Spanish Civil War 19369.

Beginning with an exploration of the New Model Army of the 1640s, a force whose name itself seems to denote its revolutionary credentials, the author presents ten case studies from around the globe, including the American War of Independence, The French Revolution, The Zulu-Boer War, the Waffen SS and the Viet-Cong. This presents a major re-evaluation of the standard view of revolutionary armies, the range of attitudes towards the role of heroic individuals, the formation and leadership of armies, and the differences and similarities between such armies.

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Revolutionary Armies in the Modern Era: A Revisionist Approach. Through a detailed analysis of source material, he examines the images connected with these armies, both historical and recent, and assesses these images in their socio-political and nationalist contexts.

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This presents a major re-evaluation of the standard view of revolutionary armies, the range of attitudes towards the role of heroic individuals, the formation and leadership of armies, and the differences and similarities between such armies. Beginning with an exploration of the New Model Army of the 1640s, a force whose name itself seems to denote its revolutionary credentials, the author presents ten case studies from around the globe, including the American War of Independence, The French Revolution, The Zulu-Boer War, the Waffen SS and the Viet-Cong. Through a detailed analysis of source material, he examines the images connected with these armies, both historical and recent, and assesses these images in their socio-political and nationalist contexts.