Early Strategy and Tactics The Mediterranean basin saw the dawn of modern military strategy and tactics. The basic training of the humanist was to speak well and write typically, in the form of a letter. This site is famed for hosting the original Top Generals thread and also features an online journal currently looking for contributors.
Some of the debates in this book are well-known, authors arguing whether strategic bombing was effective or assessing Montgomery as a commander. Cossacks became the backbone of the early Russian Army. After carefully sifting through the evidence, Roger concludes that while basic aspects of both concepts were known to English sailors by that date, a full understanding of their value in battle was still decades off.
A Historical and Critical Study by Walter Laqueur One of the most detailed surveys of guerrilla warfare across the ages. Enlightenment gained momentum more or less simultaneously in many parts of Europe and America.
Links WikiProject Military History This is the main page for a team of editors and contributors working to make Wikipedia better as a source for military history. It features a variety of subforums devoted to military history as well as current events.
Accounts are brief and focuses on narrative as opposed to in-depth analysis. This book only includes five maps though, which is severely deficient for its scope. Haldon Exceptionally well-written and thought out history of Byzantine military history.
In material terms, they were ready for the line of battle [a specific form of line ahead] by the s if not before, in that they already had ships which mounted a majority of their guns though not usually their heaviest guns on the broadside — but this does not mean that they had yet understood the tactical implication, clear though it might be in hindsight.
This forces the enemy to fight in several directions and possibly be destroyed in position.
Any reader can learn a lot from such an atlas. Gunpowder Military History Age of Battles: I really like how the battle includes coverage of the non-Western world and mixes description and analysis very well.
Impact of War on Logistics and Communications by Kenneth Macksey Another book which aims to draw attention to logistics in military history. Military Methods by Ralph D. Eminent Historians Imagine what Might Have Been, 2 volumes edited by Robert Cowley Two great collections of essays on how history could have changed throughout history.
Hence many examine ways in which naval history has formed a key element in such subjects as intellectual, religious, administrative or medical history and explored the nature and meaning of sea power as a theme. Each book of this series includes 20 detailed accounts of battles of pages, complete with context, pictures, information boxes, and colourful maps.
First, all the accounts vastly underestimate the staying power of the nations and militaries involved.
The site also accepts articles from viewers. The author focuses on a few examples in modern military history to illustrate how critical logistics are to any military operation. The 19th century was an era of far-reaching technological change that vastly altered the scope of tactics and strategy, an alteration seen in what has been called the first total war, the U.
If you want to read about the battles and campaigns see below. The Indian subcontinent gained independence from the United Kingdom inafter the British provinces were partitioned into the dominions of India and Pakistan and the princely states all acceded to one of the new states.
Cossacks were warriors organized into military communities, resembling pirates and pioneers of the New World. His disciplined national standing army--differing from the common use of mercenaries--was organized into small, mobile units armed with highly superior, maneuverable firepower and supplemented by mounted dragoons his creation armed with carbine and saber.
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Because of the greater complexities of warfare, a rudimentary general staff began to emerge under Napoleon. Under a combined command headed by Gen.
It provided the focus of political debate and revolutionary law-making between the periods of the National Constituent Assembly and of the National Convention. Online shopping for Naval - Military from a great selection at Books Store. Resumen del libro The articles collected here (two appearing for the first time in English) cover a number of topics central to naval history and illustrate the author's contention that this is not only, or even chiefly, a distinct area of special study, but rather a central theme running through the history of England, and of the whole British Isles.
The medieval period was a singular epoch in military history--an age profoundly influenced by martial ideals, whose very structure of society was organized for. Essays in Naval History, from Medieval to Modern.
By N.A.M. Rodger. Routledge.
international reputation for the publication of key research across a whole range of subjects within the fields of history. The history of the medieval world remains central to the series, with Byzantine studies a particular speciality, but the range of titles.
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Elizabethan England. English History Links | Home. The age of Shakespeare was a great time in English history. The reign of Queen Elizabeth I () saw England emerge as the leading naval and commercial power of the Western world.Essays in naval history from medieval to modern