Anne N. Foreman|
|Part I: Military History: The State of the Field|
|1. American Military History: Clio and Mars as "Pards"3 Allan R. Millett|
|2. The Development of British Military Historical Writing and
Thought from the Eighteenth Century to the Present23 Tim Travers|
|3. "Naked Truths for the Asking": Twentieth-Century Military
Historians and the Battlefield Narrative45 Donald E. Graves|
|4. The Soldier and the Battle57 Bill McAndrew|
|5. Naval History: The State of the Art73 W. A.B. Douglas|
|6. Air War History: The State of the Art91 Robin Higham|
|7. Intelligence and Military History: A British Perspective105 Keith Jeffery|
|8. Low-Intensity Conflict: Its Place in the Study of War121 Ian Beckett|
Questia, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning. www.questia.com
Book title: Military History and the Military Profession.
Contributors: David A. Charters - Editor, Marc Milner - Editor, J. Brent Wilson - Editor.
Publisher: Praeger Publishers.
Place of publication: Westport, CT.
Publication year: 1992.
Page number: v.
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