An accessible account of Ancient Egyptian Warfare.
The Crimean War is sometimes considered to be the first modern conflict and introduced technical changes which affected the future course of warfare.
This book brings a highly eventful period of European history to life, chrinicling the battles, campaigns and skirmishes of the conflict and the political triumphs and declines of the combatant forces.
From ancient times to the present day, this book features a collection of artwork and commentaries illustrates famous combatants from all the ages of military history, bringing them to life in incredible colour and detail. It is a tour of history's most impressive fighting men.
This book fundamentally revises our understanding of why soldiers of the eighteenth century served and fought. It... Læs mere
The United States has struggled to define its approach to what has been called the "information battlefield" since the... Læs mere
Volumes III and IV of RWF Regimental Records end rather abruptly on 11 November 1918. The first part of RR Volume V describes the later history of the war-raised units of the Regiment during the Great War and the reduction of the Regiment thereafter.
Thompson draws on service records and numerous other archival sources that few earlier scholars have seen in this comprehensive work.
From his start as a West Point graduate, class of 1848, to his retirement as a brigadier general more than 40 years later, John C. Tidball saw much that shaped the United States and its army. This text tells the man's story.
Any scholar of history will have recognised the similarities between Ancient Rome and the National Socialist movement of the 20th... Læs mere
The only book to describe the entire experience of the Victorian soldier from letters and diaries
An in-depth look at the battlefield of military ethics and soldiers' moral injuries and wars within.