4 edition of Military analysis of the Civil War found in the catalog.
Military analysis of the Civil War
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Military affairs.|
|Statement||by the editors of Military affairs ; introd. by T. Harry Williams.|
|LC Classifications||E470 .M64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 414 p. :|
|Number of Pages||414|
|LC Control Number||76041550|
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Military Analysis of the Civil War: An Anthology [Williams, T. Military analysis of the Civil War book on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Military Analysis of the Civil War: An AnthologyFormat: Hardcover. The greatest military historian of our time gives a peerless account of America’s most bloody, wrenching, and eternally fascinating war.
In this magesterial history and national bestseller, John Keegan shares his original and perceptive insights into the psychology, ideology, demographics, and economics of the American Civil by: For our latest newsstand-only special issue, The Civil War Almanac, we asked a panel of Civil War historians—J.
Matthew Gallman, Matthew C. Hulbert, James Marten, and Amy Murrell Taylor—for their opinions on a variety of popular topics, including the war's most overrated and underratred commanders, top turning points, most influential women, and best depictions on film. “One of the ironies of the writing of military history is that the greatest book on war ever written was the second history ever written—namely, this work.
Thucydides examines the great themes of war from the highest levels of the making of strategy and policy to the moral dimensions and the sharp end of battle. THE CIVIL WAR: A Narrative,3 vols. A superbly readable military history by a novelist who did a massive amount of historical research.
James McPherson. FOR CAUSE AND COMRADES: Why Men Fought in the Civil War, BATTLE CRY OF FREEDOM, Allan Nevins. How Everything Became War and War Became Everything, by Rosa Brooks. Earlier this year we hosted our Class of Military analysis of the Civil War book Studies Conference, and the theme was “Blurred Lines: Civil-Military Relations and Modern War.” I read a number of books in advance of the conference, and Brooks’s book stands out.
The Civil War Summary & Analysis. BACK; NEXT ; A Very Uncivil War. For four years between andthe United States engaged in a civil war. Divisions between the free North and the slaveholding South erupted into a full-scale conflict after the election of Abraham Lincoln as president in 11 Southern states seceded from the Union, collectively turning their back on the idea of a.
This book offers a unique perspective: an expert military historian and an Englishman's take on the American Civil War. I found it intriguing and fresh, especially Keegan's ability to compare the Civil War to other international conflicts, analyze the generals of both sides from a broader military perspective, and to describe familiar events /5.
The Civil War: A Narrative by Shelby Foote. This epic three-volume masterpiece is to war what Gibbon’s Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire was to history.
It is the definitive history of the US Civil War — it gives equal treatment to both sides, and is more than one million words, but is never boring. This book was a large part of Ken. Praise for Civil War Logistics “Earl Hess has written a book that has long been needed.
Broadly contextualized and filled with insightful analysis, Civil War Logistics explores the vitally important but scandalously neglected topic of military transportation. Not only railroads but steamboats, wagon trains, and even pack animals were vital for keeping the armies supplied and moving.
The Essentials: Six Books on the Civil War These six histories of the Civil War that are must-reads if you want to better understand the conflict A group of officers in Culpeper, Virginia reading.
Civil War Logistics which received the Eugene Feit Award for Excellence in Civil War Studies from the New York Military Affairs Symposium, is an important read for anyone interested in the war or ninteenth century military practice, underscoring the validity of the old saying, “Amateurs study tactics, professionals study logistics”.
Foughtthe American Civil War was the result of decades of sectional tensions between the North and South. Focused on slavery and states rights, these issues came to a head following the election of Abraham Lincoln in Over the next several months eleven southern states seceded and formed the Confederate States of America.
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Murdstone -- Gypsy, my. Of course, this book is an exciting addition to any library for Civil War buffs, historians, and reenactors, but this is also an excellent read for the military professional, as it gives a historical reference point to the age-old problem of matching up tactics to new innovations in technology.
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And WOE to that Soviet soldier that would either lose or misplace his great coat. reminiscences of the civil war by general john b. gordon of the confederate army with an introduction by general stephen d. lee commander-in-chief of the united confederate veterans memorial account by frances gordon smith illustrated new york charles scribner's sons atlanta the martin & hoyt co.
Civil War Logistics: A Study of Military Transportation. LSU Press, $ ISBN The Pentagon dictionary defines logistics as “the science of planning and carrying out the. movement and maintenance of forces,” (Department of Defense, Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms [Joint Publication ), 12 April ), page ).Author: Benjamin F Cooling.
Called the Libro Amarillo or Yellow Book, the report is the first-ever confidential Salvadoran military document to be made public, and the only evidence to appear from the Salvadoran Army’s own files of the surveillance methods used by security forces to target Salvadoran citizens during the country’s year civil war.
Now the Yellow Book. Earlier this week Donald Trump, commander in chief of the U.S. armed forces, tweeted that his impeachment “will cause a Civil War” from which the country might never : Patricia Ravalgi.
A Savage War is a masterclass examination of the military elements of the American Civil War. The authors make a compelling argument for how the forces of the French and Industrial Revolutions met for the first time on a Continental scale and resulted in one of the world's first "modern" wars/5.
Approaching Civil War and Southern History William J. Cooper. Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, Louisiana,pages. Book Review published on: Febru Approaching the Civil War and Southern History is a well-written compilation of ten essays based off one author’s historical perspective about the Civil War and how Southern history, both before and after the.
Civil–military relations (Civ-Mil or CMR) describes the relationship between civil society as a whole (and its civil authority) and the military organization or organizations established to protect incorporates a diverse, often normative field, which moves within and across management, social science and policy scales.
More narrowly, it describes the relationship between the civil. Buy a cheap copy of Military Analysis of the Civil War: An book by T.
Harry Williams. Free shipping over $ Editor’s Note: This article, by Lt. Gen H.R. McMaster, appointed national security advisor this week, originally appeared in Approaching the Study of War and Warfare It is hard to improve on the approach to studying war and warfare found in historian Sir Michael Howard’s seminal essay on how military professionals should develop [ ].
The Civil War was more like two adjacent countries fielding modern armies to fight a conventional war. The South was the strategic underdog.
Brilliant tactics enabled them to hold their own but only until the North got its act together. The Spanish Civil War was a proxy war between Germany and Russia with the Spanish people for cannon fodder.
His military analysis of various battles is suscinct but comprehensive: satisfying to the military history buff, but not confusing to the lay reader. Most importantly, McPherson incorporates a lengthy discussion of Reconstruction into the book (an element missing in "Battle Cry of Freedom"), thus describing the crucial aftermath of the by: Military theory is most commonly developed by directly experiencing war and recognizing strategies or methods for improving warfare.
Yet, as academic military theorists know, insight can also be developed by simply witnessing war from afar. Whether generated through observation or direct experience, both viewpoints can offer unique perspectives and theses on warfare that can.
Libraries and bookstores offer countless books and magazines about Civil War history, but the quality of content ranges from authoritative analysis to misleading speculation. The Civil War. For many Americans this conflict evokes images of the storied battlefields of North and South and of dramatic changes in the lives of Americans of African and Anglo descent.
Lesser known is the story of the people of Spanish ancestry who participated in this epic conflict and of the many battles that took place in the West, in. For a finely woven analysis of the role of Civil War memory in our national consciousness, see David Blight's prize-winning, Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, ).
Military History of the War--Introduction. In contradictory and complex ways, the military history of the Civil War has been both. A civil war, also known as an intrastate war in polemology, is a war between organized groups within the same state or aim of one side may be to take control of the country or a region, to achieve independence for a region or to change government policies.
The term is a calque of the Latin bellum civile which was used to refer to the various civil wars of the Roman Republic in the. After the peacekeepers withdrew, the Sri Lankan Civil War entered an even bloodier phase, which the Tamil Tigers named the Second Eelam War.
It began when the Tigers seized between and Sinhalese police officers in the Eastern Province on Jin Author: Kallie Szczepanski.
The book discusses the political, social and military events of the Civil War era, starting with the events that led up to the war, such as the Dred Scott case and John Brown’s raid on Harper’s Ferry, and ties them all together to explain why the war occurred in the first place.
“Fighting Means Killing is the first of its kind, the only book-length exploration of the act of killing on the Civil War battlefield.
It provides a meaningful analysis of the social and culture forces that made taking the lives of fellow Americans acceptable to Union and Confederate volunteers.
Member Credits: Buy Member Credits during the first 10 days of the month for only $ each and redeem them for any book on the site. (Save over 20%) Credits will not expire, so you can use them at. Clausewitz diﬀerentiates between what war looks like in theory (“absolute war,” Book 1, Parts ) and what war actually looks like in practice (“real war,” Book 1, Parts ).
By comparing this theoretical version of war with reality, Clausewitz aims to identify how and why these two types of war diﬀer. War in Theory versus War in. The book is notable for retaining a traditional military analysis of the Civil War while exploring the social context and importance of the conflict.
  The book was also awarded the Jefferson Davis Award  and the Douglas Southall Freeman Award  and the Society for Military History's Distinguished Book Award in American Military History.
BOOKS ON CIVIL WAR HISTORY. By Dr. Earl J. Hess. Earl J. Hess (Ph.D., Purdue University, ) is a leading author of military histories of the Civil War. Hess's books offer new insights on Civil War battles and campaigns, and also focus on thematic topics such as the use of weapons, tactics, and transportation in the Civil War.
He has been called "the premier military historian of. The soldier in our Civil war: a pictorial history of the conflict,illustrating the valor of the soldier as displayed on the battle-field. From sketches drawn by Forbes, Waud, Taylor, Hillen, Becker, Lovie, Schell, Crane and numerous other eye-witnesses to the strife and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.
W: William Sherman Union war general. Served under Grant in duration of the Western Theater of the war. Famous for his "March to the Sea" Total War plan. X: USS Essex A 1k-ton Ironclad river gunboat. Engaged Confederate gunboats and participated in the battle of Fort Henry J.12 CIVIL WAR CASE STUDY 1: THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR (–39) The army was in need of reform.
It was too big, and had too many ofﬁcers. The upper and middle classes, however, defended their interests, as they dominated the ofﬁcer Size: 1MB."Thomas J. Brown's definitive study of Civil War monuments shows the impact these shrines and memorials have had on the American landscape.
Bringing a keen analysis to scores of monuments, Brown reveals how these sites speak to shifting ideals about war and peace, military command, and civic engagement and uncovers surprising revelations about northern and southern similarities.