2 edition of Strategy and policy in twentieth-century warfare found in the catalog.
Strategy and policy in twentieth-century warfare
Michael Eliot Howard
|Statement||[by] Michael Howard.|
|Series||The Harmon memorial lectures in military history,, no. 9|
|LC Classifications||UA11 .H68|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||12|
|LC Control Number||78008712|
Understanding of coercive military strategy is a prerequisite to the successful making of either policy or brightsideglobaltrade.com Coercive Military Strategy, Stephen J. Cimbala shows that coercive military strategy is a necessary part of any diplomatic-strategic recipe for success. Finally, Paul Miles, a soldier-scholar, shares how a chance encounter with Howard early in his career helped to shape his views, both of war and of history. The full text of Howard’s Harmon Lecture, “Strategy and Policy in Twentieth-Century Warfare,” is reproduced at the end of this roundtable. 1.
The main strategy and tactics of guerrilla warfare tend to involve the use of a small attacking, mobile force against a large, unwieldy force. The guerrilla force is largely or entirely organized in small units that are dependent on the support of the local population. The fortunes of guerrilla warfare had reached a low ebb in the early years of the twentieth century; they did not improve in the period spanning and embracing the two world wars. Victory in these wars went to the stronger battalions, the decision determined in massive battles between vast armies.
Through this examination of significant tank battles and campaigns, Tank Warfare: Strategy & Tactics in the Twentieth Century demonstrates how the tank remained a key part of any commander’s offensive (and defensive) plans. The book discusses the importance of particular military commanders, such as Guderian and Fuller, and includes in-depth accounts of great tank battles from Cambrai to. In this book, an acclaimed scholar of strategy and strategic theory turns his attention to how warfare is changing at a rapid pace in the twenty-first century.
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Gray] on brightsideglobaltrade.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Modern Strategy explains the permanent nature, but ever changing character, of strategy in light of the whole strategic experience of the twentieth century.
The book is a major contribution to the general theory of strategy; it makes sense of the strategic history of the twentieth century/5(10). Jan 19, · Strategy examines wars from the fifth century B.C.
to the middle of the twentieth century, including the Greek Wars, Roman Wars, Medieval Wars, Napoleonic Wars, and both World Wars, among others, to make its arguments.
From a methodological perspective, each of these is treated as a type of mini-case study out of which Liddell Hart discerns.
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Military strategy and tactics are essential to the conduct of warfare. Broadly stated, strategy is the planning, coordination, and general direction of military operations to meet overall political and military objectives. Tactics implement strategy by short-term decisions on the movement of troops and employment of weapons on the field of battle.
Modern Strategy is a book important to my understanding of the history of the 20th century. Colin Gray's explanation of the century in terms of strategic activity, foreign policy, and war is /5(3).
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His close connections with Mahan and Sims helped reinforce the trans-Atlantic axis of education and thinking on sea power.5/5(3). Jun 15, · In Margin of Victory Douglas Macgregor tells the riveting stories of five military battles of the twentieth century, each one a turning point in history.
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From the Publisher. May 16, · This book is not a historical review of US policy and strategy; rather, history informs how the United States assumed primacy among nations in the twentieth century and the ways by which foreign policy and national defense contributed to the rise of the “incidental superpower.”.
Jan 01, · Selected as a Financial Times Best Book of In Strategy: A History, Sir Lawrence Freedman, one of the world's leading authorities on war and international politics, captures the vast history of strategic thinking, in a consistently engaging and insightful account of how strategy came to pervade every aspect of our lives.4/5().
This is the rare book on military policy that is both interesting and important.” —James Fallows, correspondent for The Atlantic and author of Blind Into Baghdad: America's War in Iraq“Douglas Macgregor, one of our finest military visionaries and reformers, has written a stirring account of five battles of twentieth-century warfare of.
Apr 10, · In Other Words The top 10 books on grand strategy By Will Inboden Inspired by the recent spate of top 10 reading lists offered by some of my fellow Author: Will Inboden. Modern Strategy explains the permanent nature, but ever changing character, of strategy in light of the whole strategic experience of the twentieth century.
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The course is divided into three main parts: an introductory discussion of strategic theory, focused on Clausewitz and alternatives to his theory of war; an examination of the paradigmatic form of warfare that emerged in the nineteenth through the mid-twentieth century; a discussion of challenges that have emerged to that paradigm since the.
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Richard Dunley explores the contested position occupied by the mine in the attitudes of British policy makers, and in doing so sheds new light on the overlapping worlds of Brand: Palgrave Macmillan. overarching theory of military strategy does not yet exist.
In this dissertation I build a grand theory of military strategy, consisting of a simple two-pole, physical and psychologically oriented framework, mini-theories of military strategy, and additionally, concepts of employment that describe conceptual actions that can be employed by.
Dec 30, · The third concept, the distributive character of modern war, reflects operational art’s approach to arranging tactical actions in time, space, and purpose.
Modern war is characterized by the employment of forces in deep distributed operations. The characteristic of warfare prior to modern operations was that of a strategy of a “single point.”.In the book "Invisible Armies: An Epic History of Guerrilla Warfare from Ancient Times to the Present", Max Boot provides an insightful look into conflicts where revolutionary movements and guerrilla forces out-maneuver and out-strategize conventional armies that are exceptionally larger.Britain, France and the Naval Arms Trade in the Baltic, Grand Strategy and Failure, 1st Edition.
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