Editors: Holger Herwig; Christon Archer; Timothy Travers and John Ferris. Published by Cassell in 2003. Hardback, 626 pages. Pre-loved.
Military strategy and tactics have evolved through the ages from Stone Age raiding parties fo computer warfare. Here, for the first time, four internationall acclaimed military historians reveal how warfar evolved from bows and arrows to helicopter gunships and smart bombs.
What were the key factors that changed the nature of war? Each chapter investigates the agents of change, the factors that transformed warfare. It covers a period from earliest times to the end of the twentieth century.
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Cassell's World History of Warfare
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