A history of warfare john keegan on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers the acclaimed author and preeminent military historian john keegan examines centuries of human conflict from primitive man in the bronze age to the end of the cold war in the twentieth century. A history of warfare is a book by military historian john keegan which was published in 1993 by random house summary keegan discusses early warfare the proliferation of bronze age warfare and then iron age warfare greek hoplites and phalanxes roman legions and maniples he also talks about the conquests of the horse . World history of warfare covers worldwide military history from ancient times to the present and is designed as a textbook for college courses its principal theme is an exploration of change and continuity revolution and tradition in three thousand years of warfare. Though ostensibly a refutation of clausewitzs theory of war policy by other means and all that a history of warfare does not get mired in theory and treats the reader to an overview of war as it was practiced by various peoples at various times in clausewitzs view war is a practical violence like a game of chess played with meat
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