Ground Warfare: An International Encyclopedia, Volumen 1
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