6 edition of More than a contest between armies found in the catalog.
More than a contest between armies
Includes bibliographical references (p. 300-304) and index.
|Statement||edited by James Marten and A. Kristen Foster.|
|Contributions||Marten, James Alan., Foster, A. Kristen.|
|LC Classifications||E468 .M58 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 309 p. :|
|Number of Pages||309|
|LC Control Number||2007044975|
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In a single volume, More Than a Contest Between Armies offers readers an impressive array of topics, approaches, and perspectives certain to interest both buffs and : Hardcover.
Each of the essays included in More Than a Contest Between Armies is an original contribution to overall understanding of the conflict, and they all bring innovative approaches to traditional topics.
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Edited by James Marten and A. Kirsten Foster. Kent State University Press. xii + pp. £ ISBN 0 9. It should be noted at the outset, for the benefit of readers of ajournal concerned with warfare internationally, that this collection of essays. More Than a Contest between Armies collects expanded versions of a dozen lectures delivered at Marquette University as part of a series to celebrate the legacy of Frank L.
Klement. The title echoes Klement's belief that the Civil War affected more than just the men on the battlefield, that its effects were broad and deep on the home front and during Reconstruction and by: 1. More Than a Contest Between Armies: Essays on the Civil War Era.
Edited by James Marten and A. Kristen Foster. (Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, Pp. Cloth $).
Review of: "More Than a Contest Between Armies: Essays on the Civil War Era," edited by James Marten and A. Kristen : William B. Feis. Book Review: War, Revenue, and State Building.
North in the military contest between the two armies. American state they built eventually became more powerful than the mighty states of. Military commanders, like boxers, try to employ more than one type of punch, usually in combinations, to put their opponents off balance and force her to react.
In military terms, commanders use a tactic called a feint, in which the commander maneuvers forces to appear as if he is committing most or all of his combat power at a certain point. More than a contest between armies. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: James Alan Marten; A Kristen Foster.
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Klement Lectures: Alternate Views of the Sectional Conflict, reflect an array of perspectives on the Civil War that cohere. All in all the Mongol invasions likely killed around 10% of population of the *entire* world and possibly as high as 20%. All of this done by people on horses with bows and short swords.
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