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Educating of armies
|Statement||edited by Michael D. Stephens.|
|Contributions||Stephens, Michael D. 1936-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||240|
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About this book. Introduction. An exploration of the underlying philosophy and the practice of the training of soldiers in a number of countries, including Britain, America, Cuba, the USSR, China, Indonesia, Israel and Sweden.
Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: An exploration of the underlying philosophy and the practice of the training of soldiers in a number of countries, including Britain, America, Cuba, the USSR, China, Indonesia, Israel and Sweden.
Abstract. In BC the newly unified Chinese Empire could field an army of men under General Meng Tian to move against the Huns. Such a force raises endless questions regarding control and communications, levels of efficiency and uniformity, and how strategy and tactics were arrived at, and, above all, by: 1.
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The book Eisenhower’s Armies focuses on the interactions between the British and American armies during World War II. Its purpose is to show the incredible amount of tension that existed between the two armies and that despite threatening to tear the alliance apart on several occasions they were able to maintain a working relationship and win the war.
Yet as armies grapple with the pandemic, geopolitical jostling goes on. On March 10th, as Mr Xi visited Wuhan, America’s navy conducted a so-called freedom of. In The Soul of Armies Austin Long compares and contrasts counterinsurgency operations during the Cold War and in recent years by three organizations: the US Army, the US Marine Corps, and the British argues that the formative experiences of these three organizations as they professionalized in the nineteenth century has produced.
Thorin is a flawed and tragic figure from the beginning, at once proud and bold and petty. But his madness in Battle of the Five Armies is Author: Erik Kain.