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The War Office was a Department of the British Government responsible for the administration of the British Army between and , when its functions were transferred to the Ministry of was equivalent to the Admiralty, responsible for the Royal Navy, and the (much later) Air Ministry, which oversaw the Royal Air name "War Office" is also given to the former home of. Great Britain. War Office: A text-book of the construction and manufacture of the rifled ordnance in the British service / (London: Printed under the superintendence of Her Majesty's Stationery Office, ), also by Francis Sadleir Stoney and Charles Jones (page images at HathiTrust) Great Britain. War Office: Training manual--signalling,
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The War Office, past and present / by Owen Wheeler Methuen & Co London Australian/Harvard Citation. Wheeler, Owen. The War Office, past and present / by Owen Wheeler Methuen & Co London.
Wikipedia Citation. Overtly, this deliciously tricky historical fiction turns to look at the relationship between our past actions and present states, on living with the consequences and the ways in which we try to rewrite the past.
A riveting story of love and class and jealousy in England before, during, and after World War II. Past and Present,pp – War Office, The () Proceedings of a Court of Enquiry held at St. Stephen's House, Westminster, S.W., on the Administration of the Army Remount Department since January London: HMSO.
War Office, The () Statistics of the Military Effort of the British Empire during the Great War, Second, there is the book (or series of books) about a given conflict — a definitive account of the battle of Agincourt or a study of the whole of the Boer War, for two examples. Finally, there is the biographical approach to military history, wherein an author focuses on a person (or a group) and tells the tale of a conflict through the lens.
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Jarrett Stepman has written the most timely and important book of this decade. His book, The War on History, is a warning to America that if we let radical leftists portray our country’s past in the most negative, destructive way, we will lose our inheritance from a country which has provided the freedom and opportunity for every citizen to achieve the American s: One of the most interesting books on military affairs that I have read in some time is ARMY OF NONE: Autonomous Weapons and the Future of War (Norton, $).Its author, Paul Scharre, a former.
For Bill Drumm, history is not about the past. Follow Bill as he makes history, analyzes past events, and identifies clouds of war on the horizon that are warnings to us. Share his burden of command as he pilots his B heavy bomber, transporting over 2, gallons of explosive aviation fuel from I.
And though Perlstein resists making any explicit argument about either the present or the past, there is perhaps one to be found: that it would be a mistake to draw too fine a distinction between. The Past and Present Book Series Past and Present has a long history of publishing books and collections of essays reflective of the broad themes and ethos of the journal itself.
Transcending chronological and geographical boundaries, the purpose of the series is to publish high-quality, cutting-edge work that has an appeal outside the. Ranging from classical antiquity to the present, eminent historians discuss the legal and cultural regulation of violence in such areas as belligerent rights, the treatment of prisoners and civilians, the observing of truces and immunities, the use of particular weapons, siege warfare, codes of honor, and war crimes.
The book begins with a. Past & Present Collide In These 13 Books With Dual Timelines. By Kerri Jarema. Sep. 20, I've always been a fan of books with dual narratives, With the colonies at war. FAREHAM PAST AND PRESENT 'FAREHAM PAST & PRESENT' is a rich collection of material about Fareham.
It was produced twice a year (with occasional 'special' editions) by the Group. It contains research material, photographs, reminiscences and correspondence. It publishes results of studies, requests for information, and nostalgia.
Lovecraft Country amounts to another present-tense correction of science fiction’s past of racism and exclusion. Its very existence answers the s hero’s resigned description of nonwhite.
: American Foreign Policy: Past, Present, and Future (): Hastedt Professor, Glenn P.: BooksReviews: 6. Historians need to think about the present impact of their work and rethink the history of war.
That in turn will help them rethink what is going on in the present day and hopefully into the future. If you look at what happened in Iraq after the invasion inand what is going on now in Afghanistan, there is this issue of two very different.
Moyar pulls no punches in his examination of both the successes and failures of special operations and their implications on the US military as a whole. What they will find is a book that is a well-researched starting point from which to better understand special operations—past, present.Kane County (Ill.) -- History, Kane County (Ill.) -- Biography, United States -- History Civil War, Regimental histories Illinois, United States -- History Civil War, Registers Publisher Chicago: W.
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