Ground Warfare: An International Encyclopedia, Volumen 1

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Stanley Sandler
ABC-CLIO, 2002 - 1067 páginas
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Spanning the recorded history of ground warfare from antiquity to the Atomic Age, this three-volume authoritative reference work documents it all--from generals to GIs, catapults to Kalashnikovs, ancient Israel to post-Soviet Chechnya.

* 1,200+ detailed A-Z entries, cross-referenced for further reading, chronicle every aspect of ground warfare throughout history

* Numerous drawings, engravings, and diagrams depict everything from Cyrus the II conquering Babylon to the Battle of Waterloo

* Photographs show leaders from Tito to T. E. Lawrence, weapons, and battles such as Antietam

* Maps range from Alexander's empire to World War II

 

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Índice

A
1
B
83
C
143
D
233
E
251
F
269
G
309
H
355
Q
713
R
717
S
773
T
857
U
903
V
915
W
935
X
971

I
397
J
427
K
451
L
485
M
517
N
607
O
641
P
655
Y
973
Z
983
Selected Bibliography
991
Contributors
999
Index
1005
About the Editor
1067
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Sobre el autor (2002)

Stanley Sandler, PhD, retired after 14 years as a command historian with the U.S. Army's Special Operations Command at Fort Bragg, NC.

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