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WHY DON T WE LEARN FROM HISTORY?  By B.H.Liddell Hart

At the time of his death in 1970 my father has been preparing a revised and expanded edition of a short book of historical reflections which he had published in ...Read more >

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LESSONS OF HISTORY  By Harold James

There are two reason for taking history seriously at a meeting devoted to the elaboration of scenarios of the future. First, in a similar way to that in which a multiplicity of future scrnarios can be mapped out......... ...Read more >

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ADVICE FOR ADVISORS : SUGGESTION AND OBSERVATIONS FROM LAWRENCE TO THE PRESENT  By Robert D. Ramsey

The following notes have been expressed in commandment form for greater clarity and to save word. They are, however, only my personal conclusion, arrived at gradually while I worked in the....... ...Read more >

191 Pages
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A STUDY IN EFFECTIVE STAFF LEADERSHIP  By Lt Col Paul G. Munch

Despite his position as a staff officer, Marshall emerged as the war s most respected general. He and his staff directed military operations around the ...Read more >

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THE HISTORICAL COMBAT EFFECTIVENESS OF LIGHTER-WEIGHT ARMORED FORCES  

There has been a long-standing awareness in the defense community that a tank-like vehicle of lighter weight than the current main battle tank may be ...Read more >

95 Pages
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EYEWITNESS TO WAR VOLUME I  By Kendall D. Gott

After the fall of Bagdad, to the American military in April 2003, Fallujah was one of the most violent areas of the country in the heart of what was dubbed the Sunni ...Read more >

327 Pages
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EYEWITNESS TO WAR VOLUME II  By Kendall D. Gott

Captain Jemes Cobb, Fire Support Officer for Task Force 2-2: Captain Cobb was attached to Marine Regimental Combat Team 7 for purposes of this Combined-joint urben ...Read more >

330 Pages
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GENERALS BLACK AND VON MELLENTHIN ON TACTICS IMPLICATIONS FOR NATO MILITARY DOCTRINE  By General William Depuy

This paper presents an edited version of the BDM-report by General William DePuy (U.S. Army Ret.) summarizing the analysis of the opinions and ideas of retired German Generals Black and von Mellenthin with ...Read more >

46 Pages
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A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE OF GENERAL VO NAGUYEN GRIP 1940-1954  By Maj Stuart Pascoe,Australian Army

General Vo Naguyen Grip has been described as one of the most successful Generals of the 20 th century, and his ultimate sucess certainly ideal, and ended in the forced expulsion of a colonial ...Read more >

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HIMALAYAN MILITARY BLUNDERS  By R. Prasannan

Mediaeval kings and emperors of India made military mistakes that proved decisive. The lesson to be drawn from them holds good for aii ...Read more >

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THE BATTLE OF KOHIMA, NORTH EAST INDIA : 4 APRIL - 22 JUNE 1944  

Kohima, a hill town in North-East India(Assam), 5000feet above sea level in the middle of the Naga Hills, was from April to June 1944 the location of one of the most bitterly fought battles of the Second World ...Read more >

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THE INDIAN ARMY AND THE PROBLEM OF MILITARY CHANGE  By Sunil Dasgupta

At a time when the developing world was brought increasingly under military rule, stephen philip cohen (1971) made a novel argument about the indian army, which, he said .... ...Read more >

16 Pages
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MILITARY HISTORY AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT : SUGGESTIONS TO UNITS AND FORMATIONS  

This pamphlet is designed to provide ideas for the use of military history and military history releted activities in fostering professional ...Read more >

39 Pages
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MILITARY AIR POWER  By Lt col Charles M. Westenhoff

Military Air Power contains brief statements on air power and war. Because these statements are short, their full meaning is absent. The full original texts support, qualify, and often modify these short ...Read more >

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OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM  By Col AK Wahie

To utilise open gen literature and onternet on ops undertaken by the US and its allies with special reference to comn and IT aspects incl RMA characterised by Op Enduring ...Read more >

126 Pages
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