'Wars have often determined the character of society. Society in exchange has determined the character of wars. This is the theme of Michael Howard's stimulating book. It is written with all his usual skill and in its small compass is perhaps the most original book he has written. Though he surveys a thousand years of history, he does so without sinking in a slough of facts and draws a broad outline of developments which will delight the general reader.' - A. J. P. Taylor, "Observer".
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Sir Michael Howard is Emeritus Professor of Modern History at the University of Oxford. He is a noted writer on the subject of war and his publications include: The Franco-Prussian War (1961) (Duff Cooper Memorial Prize, 1962); The Theory and Practice of War (1965); Grand Strategy, Vol IV (in UK History of 2WW, Military series, 1971) (Wolfson Foundation History Award, 1972); The Causes of Wars (1983).
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Descripción Oxford University Press, 1976. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110192115642