Journal of Modern History, September, 2003, MacGregor Knox, review of A War to Be Won, p. This book focuses instead on the messy processes by which rulers and states have framed strategy in the past - a subject of vital practical importance to strategists, and of great interest to students of strategy and statecraft. Each essay is self-contained, and academics searching for brief but expert analyses of strategic case studies for teaching purposes will welcome this book. B Murray, Williamson, and Richard Hart Sinnreich, eds. A reserve landing strip for airplanes was also put in place. Potomac Institute for Policy Studies.
The Allied powers rallied from a late lead and overpowered the Axis forces, whose leaders did not have the foresight to secure supply routes and did not have sufficient forces to fight a ground war after the Allied Invasion. This book focuses instead on the messy processes by which rulers and states have framed strategy in the past - a subject of vital practical importance to strategists, and of great interest to students of strategy and statecraft. Hennessy, review of A War to Be Won, p. He has authored numerous works on history and strategic studies, and served as an editor on other projects extensively. Gray; Conclusion: continuity and revolution in the making of strategy MacGregor Knox.
Connecting readers with great books since 1972. Customer service is our top priority!. The Making of the English Working Class. The city of Trondheim and its accompanying bay were determined to be very favorably located strategically for several reasons. Turabian, A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2007 , and while I make no claim to being comprehensive you can buy Turabian at any bookstore , what I have included here seem to me to be the most common sort of formatting issues you will encounter in your writing. Most writing about strategy has focused on individual strategic theorists or great military leaders.
Additionally, they make clear that fighting the war and winning the peace are two separate battles, and that political forces did not sufficiently plan for an extended occupation. Pages and cover are clean and intact. Connecting readers with great books since 1972. The studies analyse, within a common interpretive framework, precisely how rulers and states have made strategy. The seller was prompt in notifying me of when it would arrive, as I was afraid I would already be deployed when it got to my mail box. Nordstern would therefore be one among many military quasi-colonies with almost exclusively inhabitants. The Making of Strategy: Rulers, States, and War.
Historiography: Classic, Medieval, and Modern. Secretary of the Navy Fellow, Naval War College, 1991-92; Centennial Visiting Professor at the London School of Economics, 1994-95; Matthew C. Gray; Conclusion: continuity and revolution in the making of strategy MacGregor Knox. Moving beyond the limited focus of the individual strategic theorist or the great military leader, this book concentrates instead on the processes by which rulers and states have formed strategy. Neu Drontheim alternatively spelled Neu-Drontheim is an informal post-war term coined by the author Gabriel Brovold in his 1996 book Neu-Drontheim i Hitlers regi: og Øysand under krigen, and was never at any point proposed by the Nazis as the name for the newly planned city. The road to ideological war: Germany, 1918-1945 Wilhelm Deist; 12.
Johnson Professor of Military History at the Army War College. These include criticisms of Generals , Chester Nimitz, and Omar Bradley, all of whom made errors in their decisions and did not act boldly enough. This fascinating book considers the impact of such complexities as the geographic, political, economic and technical forces that have driven the transformation of strategy since the beginning of civilization and seem likely to alter the making of strategy in the future. To the edge of greatness: the United States, 1783-1865 Peter Maslowski; 8. This was to assist Germany with the re-establishment of a large overseas colonial domain in known as , and was also intended for both offensive and defensive operations against the , specifically the. B Murray, Williamson, MacGregor Knox, and Alvin Bernstein, eds. From United Kingdom to U.
During the , it was admitted that Hitler intended to retain not only Trondheim, but also numerous other maritime cities such as and in as German Festungen, i. Again, here's what Turabian has to say: when you quote exact words from a source, when you paraphrase ideas associated with a specific source, or when you use any idea, data, or method attributable to any source you may have consulted 134. The book details various military revolutions, such as the introduction of air campaigns and the creation of aircraft carriers, which created unique situations that advanced the way wars are fought and won. B Bird, Kai, and Martin J. As of 2012, he is of history at. Seventeen case studies--from the fifth century B.
It was planned to have a population of around 250,000—300,000 inhabitants. Which brings up the question, when do we use citations? Example - Bibliography Appleby, Joyce, Lynn Hunt, and Margaret Jacob. Anyone who wishes to understand the essence of strategy-making as a process, and the factors that influence strategy-making will profit by reading these essays. Strategy in the Nuclear Age: the United States, 1945-1991 Colin S. Editor Army Transformation: A View from the U. Scales wrote The : A Military History, even as the war continued to rage. Strategic uncertainties of a nation state: Prussia-Germany, 1871-1918 Holger H.
The book traverses familiar ground, beginning with the effects of , which led to the rise of Nazism in Germany. Policy Review, October, 2000, Woody West, review of A War to Be Won, p. Paths to Power: The Historiography of American Foreign Foreign Relations to 1941. In 1943, the first ground detonations were begun. Military Review, March-April, 2003, Scott Stephenson, review of The Dynamics of Military Revolution, 1300-2050, p. Paperback The item is fairly worn but still readable. Canadian Journal of History, December, 2001, Michael A.
He has served as a Secretary of the Navy Fellow at the Navy War College, the Centennial Visiting Professor at the , the Matthew C. Hoffman, review of The Iraq War, p. Signs of wear include aesthetic issues such as scratches, worn covers, damaged binding. From United Kingdom to U. As of 2012, he is of history at. Naval War College Review, spring, 2003, Brian R.