5 edition of Century of War found in the catalog.
by Writers Club Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||291|
Another Century of War? is a candid and critical look at America’s “new wars” by a brilliant and provocative analyst of its old ones. Gabriel Kolko’s masterly studies of conflict have redefined our views of modern warfare and its effects; in this urgent and timely treatise, he turns his attention to our current crisis and the dark future it portends. Books with anti-war themes have explicit anti-war messages or have been described as having significant anti-war themes or sentiments. Not all of these books have a direct connection to any particular anti-war movement. The list includes fiction and non-fiction, and books for children and younger readers.
Books shelved as 20th-century-military-history: The German Invasion of Norway, April by Geirr H. Haarr, Naval Battles of the First World War by Geof. A CENTURY OF WAR: Anglo-American Oil Politics and the New World Order, William Engdahl. London: Pluto Press, revised (orig. ) The distinguished economist and historian William Engdahl provides must reading with this book. A Century of War once again proves Santayana’s dictum, “Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” .
WOMEN IN THE CIVIL WAR. Martha Hodes. THE SEA CAPTAIN'S WIFE: A True Story of Love, Race, and War in the Nineteenth Century, Jane A. Schultz. WOMEN AT THE FRONT: Hospital Workers in Civil War America, Start your review of Britain in the Century of Total War: War, Peace and Social Change, Write a review Mir rated it liked it review of another edition/5.
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Century of War is a gripping account of the murky world of the international oil industry and its role in world politics. Scandals about oil are familiar to most of us.
From George W. Bush's election victory to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, US politics and oil enjoy a controversially close by: "Century of War" is a superb analysis of the causes and effects of modern warfare and its effects on rational civilization.
An invaluable contribution to the history of human by: As you go through this "Century of War",it becomes obvious,time and time again that evil must be confronted and dealt with strength; and the sooner the fanatics,ideologues and isms that were responsible for these wars were all beyond reasoning and the only way that they can be dealt, with is total by: 6.
The Century war book: The famous history of the Civil War by the people who actually fought it Hardcover – by Century Magazine (Author), Over Illustrations (Illustrator)Reviews: 2. "A Century of War" outlines the same situation only on a much larger context. Lincoln goaded the South into firing on Fort Sumter and Roosevelt forced the Japanese into attacking a nation they knew was much, much stronger/5(34).
In ‘A Century of Media, A Century of War’, she provides a sharp overview of a grisly media landscape. This book is a fierce light that removes the shadowy evasions of our easy reveries for war. The result is a chilling panorama of what we routinely hide from ourselves – bitter truths about media systems that deceive men and women into avidly or passively supporting the latest by: As this preface to the new edition of A Century of War was written, the world was mired in a bloody series of wars, the most serious being the war in Iraq.
It soon became clear to the world that the decision of President George W. Bush to go to war against Iraq had little to do with the threat of weapons of mass destruction. It was alsoFile Size: 1MB.
The horrors of the twentieth century could hardly have been predicted in the nineteenth century, which saw the eighteenth century end with the American Revolution bringing about the creation of the first classical liberal government in history.
The twentieth century. “The first great book on war in all its aspects, and still one of the best.” On War () by Carl von Clausewitz “On War represents the most ambitious effort ever made by a theorist of human conflict to systematize war and understand it for what it is.” “Absolutely essential for understanding the human phenomenon of war.”.
"A Century of War" outlines the same situation only on a much larger context. Lincoln goaded the South into firing on Fort Sumter and Roosevelt forced the Japanese into attacking a nation they knew was much, much stronger. Ahh, incidentally making way for the official entry into the desired European by: 3.
Century of War gives us a masterly synthesis of the effects of war on civilian populations and the political results of these traumatizing experiences in. The Art of War is an ancient Chinese military treatise dating from the Late Spring and Autumn Period (roughly 5th century BC).
The work, which is attributed to the ancient Chinese military strategist Sun Tzu ("Master Sun", also spelled Sunzi), is composed of 13 chapters.
Each one is devoted to an aspect of warfare and how it applies to military strategy and : (trad.) Sun Tzu. The 10 best books about war From the letters of an early 19th-century rifleman to a housewife's account of the second world war, Max Hastings, military historian and ex-war reporter, chooses.
A Century of War by John V. Denson. Publisher: Ludwig Von Mises Institute ISBN/ASIN: ISBN Number of pages: Description: John Denson, in a book that covers the history of America's large wars from through the Cold War, describes the twentieth century as the bloodiest in all history not coincidentally a century of statism.
John Denson, in a book that covers the history of America's large wars from through the Cold War, describes the twentieth century as the bloodiest in all history—not coincidentally a century of statism.
More than million people were killed by governments with 10 million having been killed in World War I and 50 million killed in World II. A BBC tie-in book to a documentary series about the Eastern Front (Russia vs Germany) in World War 2.
Much of the story is familiar - the violation of the Non-Agression Pact, the horrors of war in the frozen wastes, the sieges of Leningrad & Stalingrad, the bloddy retreat of the defeated German army - but it is fleshed out by interviews done in the Soviet Union after the fall of 4/5.
A Premature Attempt at the 21st Century Canon A panel of critics tells us what belongs on a list of the most important books of the s so far. "This volume is a history of the way in which war has transformed modern society and a political analysis of the ways in which wars have been waged.
Professor Kolko takes a long view of the 20th century, focusing on World Wars I and II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War, to show the degree to which leaders and generals have consistently misunderstood the battles on.
"This book chronicles the major battles of the twentieth-century. Organized chronologically, it begins with the Anglo-Boer War and ends with the Balkan War, with chapters focusing on World War I, World War II, The Korean War, Vietnam, and the Gulf War as well as the conflicts that may have faded from recent memory, but were no less significant.
Forged over the course of a century, the connections between war and media run long and deep. As this book reveals, the history of war and its telling has been a battle over public perception.
The selection of which stories are told and which are ignored helps justify past battles and ensure future wars. Narratives of protest and pain, defeat and suffering, guilt and abuse struggle to be.
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Matthew Gallman is a professor of history at the University of Florida. His most recent book, Defining Duty in the Civil War: Personal Choice, Popular Culture, and the Union Home Front (), won the Bobbie and John Nau Book Prize in American Civil War Era History.
Matthew C. Hulbert: 1. James McPherson, Battle Cry of Freedom ().The twentieth century was the bloodiest in all history. More than million people were killed by government with 10 million having been killed in World War I and 50 million killed in World War II.
Of the 50 million killed in World War II, nearly 70 percent were innocent civilians.9/10(2).