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  • Roots of Strategy: Book 1

    A real treasure for students of the art of war, this volume contains five classic works that will remain valuable as long as nations engage in conflict: Sun Tzu's ART OF WAR, the oldest military work in existence; Vegetius's MILITARY INSTITUTIONS OF THE ROMANS, the bible of European soldiers for a thousand years; De Saxe's REVERIES ON THE ART ... Learn More
  • Roots of Strategy: Book 2

    This book assembles a collection of three of the most influential military writings of all time: du Picq's BATTLE STUDIES, an established authority on the effect of "moral force" on battle; Clausewitz's PRINCIPLES OF WAR, which has had an effect on the destiny and welfare of the world like few other books; and Jomini's ART OF WAR, which ... Learn More
  • Roots of Strategy: Book 3

    This volume collects three more military classics: von Leeb's DEFENSE, a realistic and meticulous examination of the concept by one of the outstanding German strategies of World War II; von Freytag-Lorginhoven's THE POWER OR PERSONALITY IN WAR, an enlightened, penetrating analysis of Clausewitz's more important theories and observations on the ... Learn More
  • Brassey's Mershon American Defense Annual 1996-1997

    Produced since 1985 by the Mershon Center of the Ohio State University, the American Defense Annual is a comprehensive, nonpartisan review and analysis of the major issues and trends in American national security policy. Now published by Brassey's, this edition focuses on the requirements of U.S. Learn More
  • Military Geography

    This book covers many topics that are crucial to military planning but often receive only passing mention in histories or briefings. Collins, a former Army officer, stresses land geography, but he does not stint oceans, the atmosphere, or interplanetary space. Learn More
  • Guide to Military Operations Other Than War

    The first book to cover on-the-ground functions, such as working with international and interagency task forces; methods of coordination; rules of engagement; checkpoints; civilian population and movement control; evacuating noncombatants; distributing humanitarian aid; operating dislocated civilian camps; providing medical care; conducting ... Learn More
  • Mexico

    In this concise thousand-year history, one of the world's foremost scholars on Latin America explains how Mexico's present and future flow directly from its past. Learn More
  • Leadership

    Seeking to revitalize leadership in America's armed forces, Christopher Kolenda, a US Army Lieutenant Colonel, has assembled a tremendous array of the military's very brightest practitioners and minds in a book destined to shape how the armed forces thinks about and practices leadership in the 21st century. Learn More
  • Military Strategy

    John M. Collins has distilled the wisdom of history's great military minds to tutor readers on the necessary intellectual skills to win not only battles but also wars. He illuminates practices that worked well or poorly in the past, together with reasons why. Learn More
  • Command Legacy

    The burden of fighting wars, large or small, often rests on the soldiers and junior leaders of small infantry units. Command Legacy presents a combat officer's conclusions about how to approach tactical problems and missions and about the links among tactical theory, doctrine, and practice. Learn More

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