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The War for Korea, 1950-1951: They Came from the North
In "The War for Korea, 1945-1950: A House Burning", one of our most distinguished military historians argued that the conflict on the Korean peninsula in the middle of the twentieth century was firstExpand
Military Innovation in the Interwar Period
Introduction Williamson Murray and Allan R. Millett 1. Armored warfare: the British, French, and German experiences Williamson Murray 2. Assault from the sea: the development of amphibious warfareExpand
The Oxford Companion to Australian Military History
From the Anzacs to Z Special Force, from Aboriginal Resistance to the White Invasion to "Fuzzy-wuzzy angels", this is a comprehensive guide to Australian military history. It includes entries on keyExpand
Introduction to the Korean War
A Short history of the Vietnam War
Military Innovation in the Interwar Period: Patterns of military innovation in the interwar period
Agitated by the American treatment of Japanese immigrants in 1907, the diplomats of Nihon Teikoku fired off a series of protests, and Theodore Roosevelt volleyed back in even more bellicose language.Expand
Conflict of myths : the development of American counterinsurgency doctrine and the Vietnam War
"Conflict of Myths is an in-depth devastating critique of how the U.S. government and its military services approached and misconceived the problems of guerilla warfare and counterinsurgency conflictExpand
For the Common Defense: A Military History of the United States of America
Now fully updated and totally revised, this highly regarded classic remains the most comprehensive study available of America's military history. Dubbed "the preeminent survey of American militaryExpand
A War to be Won: Fighting the Second World War
In the course of the 20th century, no war looms as profoundly transformative or as destructive as World War II. Its global scope and human toil reveal the true face of modern, industrialised warfare.Expand
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