The Man on Horseback: The Role of the Military in Politics

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Bibliography

This bibliography is not intended to be comprehensive. It is, principally, a list of the books and articles cited in the text. To this I have added the titles of certain other works which I found particularly useful for background, or for establishing some specific point mentioned in the text.

For the period since 1958, and also for some episodes prior to that date, I have based my narrative and my inferences on the files of the periodicals cited below.

STANDARD WORKS OF REFERENCE
The Annual Register. The Middle East, 1961('Europa'
Encyclopaedia Britannica publications).
Enciclopedia Illustrada Universel Keesing's Contemporary Archives.
( Madrid). The Statesman's Year Book.
PERIODICALS
The Daily Telegraph. The Times.
The Economist. The World Today (Royal Institute
The New York Times. of International Affairs,
Time Magazine. London).
THE MILITARY: ORGANIZATION, AND GENERAL
CONSIDERATIONS
ANDREZEJEWSKI Stanislaw Military Organization and Society, London,
1954.
Annals of the American Academy of Political Science Military Government, Vol 267, 1950.
FERRERO Guglielmo Militarism, London, 1902.
FREEMAN F. D. The Army as a Social Structure ( Social Forces,
Vol. 27, 1948-9).
HOWARD Michael (Ed) Soldiers and Governments: Nine Studies in
Civil-Military Relations
, London, 1957.
HUNTINGTON Samuel Phillips The Soldier and the State: the Theory and
Practice of Civil-Military Relations
, Har
vard, 1957.
IRIBARNE M. F. La Coordination de la Politique Exterieure et
de la Politique Militaire
(Mimeo) ( World
Congress of the International Political
Science Association, 1961).

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