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by André Corvisier,John Childs,Chris Turner

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0631168486
Author:
André Corvisier,John Childs,Chris Turner
Category:
Humanities
Language:
English
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Wiley-Blackwell; Revised & Enlarged edition (September 20, 1994)
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944 pages
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His purpose is to integrate military history into general history, striking the right balance between precise historical facts and general ideas

ISBN-13: 978-0631168485. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. His purpose is to integrate military history into general history, striking the right balance between precise historical facts and general ideas. Ranging in time from the ancient Middle East to the Gulf War, this dictionary is a complete success and deserves a place in all library collections. All entries are signed by their authors and promote interest and understanding. Brief bibliographies follow most entries.

A dictionary of military history and the art of war. Blackwell, Oxford 1994. The military use of land. A history of the defence estate. ISBN 978-3-906757-66-7

A dictionary of military history and the art of war. ISBN 978-3-906757-66-7. Warfare in the seventeenth century. Cassell, London, 2001. The Williamite wars in Ireland, 1688–1691.

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From Aeneas Tacitus to Zhukov, this is the most ary of military history and military science to have . ANDRÉ Corvisier, John Childs.

From Aeneas Tacitus to Zhukov, this is the most ary of military history and military science to have beenpublished. It covers those people, battles and campaigns, wars,countries, institutions and weapons that have d the nature and development of warfare. It also has aparticular concern with civil-military relations and the role ofarmed forces in society. A main feature of the book is itsbroad thematic entries on such topics as naval and air warfare, aswell as strategy, ballistics and other specialized topics. Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, John.

Andre Corvisirer, John Childs. From the Battle of Actium to Zhukov, this is a wide-ranging, international reference book of new military history. It deals with the people, battles, campaigns, wars, countries, weapons and institutions which have fundamentally affected the nature and development of warfare. The book has a particular concern with civil-military relations and the role of armed forces in society.

André Corvisier is Professor Emeritus at the University of Paris-Sorbonne. John Childs is Professor of Military History at the University of Leeds. Recommended for libraries with a strong collection in military history. Corvisier's excellent one-volume reference source for military history is ideally suited for an academic audience. Highly recommended for academic collections.

From Aeneas Tacitus to Zhukov, this is the most comprehensive dictionary of military history and military science to have been published

From Aeneas Tacitus to Zhukov, this is the most comprehensive dictionary of military history and military science to have been published. It covers those people, battles and campaigns, wars, countries, institutions and weapons that have fundamentally affected the nature and development of warfare. It also has a particular concern with civil-military relations and the role of armed forces in society.

John Charles Roger Childs FRHS (born June 1949) is emeritus professor of military history at the University of Leeds

John Charles Roger Childs FRHS (born June 1949) is emeritus professor of military history at the University of Leeds. John Childs was born in June 1949. He is co-author with André Corvisier of A dictionary of military history and the art of war. Childs is chairman of the Battlefields Panel of Historic England, chairman of the Royal Armouries Development Trust, and a former trustee of the Royal Armouries. The army of Charles II.

From Aeneas Tacitus to Zhukov, this is the most ary of military history and military science .

Strategy, in Corvisier, André and Childs, John, ed. Chris Turner, trans. The Art of War, Thomas Cleary, tr. Boston: Shambhala Publications. A Dictionary of Military History and the Art of War. Cambridge, Mass: Blackwell, pp. 768–774. Clodfelter, Mark, 1989.

From Aeneas Tacitus to Zhukov, this is the most comprehensivedictionary of military history and military science to have beenpublished. It covers those people, battles and campaigns, wars,countries, institutions and weapons that have fundamentallyaffected the nature and development of warfare. It also has aparticular concern with civil-military relations and the role ofarmed forces in society. From the Hellenic period to the presentday, including the questions of chemical and biological weaponryraised in the conflict with Iraq, the dictionary has comprehensivecoverage of military history for students, scholars, specialistsand general readers alike.

Originally published in French under the title Dictionnaired'Art et d'Histoire Militaires, the new English languageedition is expanded and completely revised and updated. All entriesnow carry full lists of recommended reading, and bibliographieshave been thoroughly updated to include the latest literature. Manybibliographical entries have been added, as well as accounts ofindividual campaigns and battles. A main feature of the book is itsbroad thematic entries on such topics as naval and air warfare, aswell as strategy, ballistics and other specialized topics.