1 edition of Small powers in the age of total war, 1900-1940 found in the catalog.
Small powers in the age of total war, 1900-1940
Includes bibliographical references (p. -361) and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Herman Amersfoort, Wim Klinkert|
|Series||History of warfare -- v. 65, History of warfare -- v. 65.|
|LC Classifications||D431 .S65 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 372 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||372|
|LC Control Number||2011002720|
Since , we have lived through a time when, thanks to the Cold War nuclear standoff and US military supremacy, there have not been any all-out wars. This relatively happy time, however, might. The Man in the High Castle, by Philip K. Dick You can’t discuss alternate history without bringing up The Man in the High ’s brain-warping story is set in a world where the Axis powers won World War II, and America has been divided between Japan and Nazi Germany (the brain twisting bit: a major plot point involves a novel-within-a-novel in which America won the war).
"The underlying reasons why rivalry among states will remain the moving force of international relations are set out in Paul Hirst's War and Power in the 21st Century, a short book written before 11 September that is worth more than a truckload of the ephemera that have appeared in the aftermath of the attack.". The New StatesmanReviews: 1. This is a series of scholarly essays on the war plans and general strategic issues of the great powers in the pre-World War I era. The reader should be aware that the book was originally published in so some of the articles are somewhat dated and that more recent research has come to differing conclusions/5(4).
MIDLIFE – The elements of national power diplomacy, information, military, and economics, often included are financial, intelligence, and law enforcement, see DIME(FIL) Moral ascendancy – Moral force is the trump card for any military event because as events change the human elements of war remain unchanged – Du Piq. The power of defensive weapons made winning the war on the western front all but impossible for either side. When attacks were ordered, Allied soldiers went “over the top,” climbing out of their trenches and crossing no-man’s-land to reach enemy trenches. They had to cut through belts of barbed wire before they could use rifles, bayonets.
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Small Powers in the Age of Total WarEd. Herman Amersfoort & Wim Klinkert, Brill,pp This in interesting collection of essays, which resulted from “an international conference on ‘Small Powers in the Age of Total War, ’, held at the Netherlands Defence Academy in Breda, the Netherlands, on 26 and 27 November ”Cited by: 2.
Usually it is a foreign military threat or the geopolitical position of a country that attracts the most attention as a factor to explain the emergence of the national security policies of small, neutral powers like the Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Norway and Switzerland in the period Small Powers in the Age of Total War,by Herman Amersfoort & Wim Klinkert, editors.
Leiden/Boston: E. BRill, Pp. xii, Notes, index. $ ISBN: By the early Twentieth Century the trend among Western countries to codify the law of war, protect 1900-1940 book rights of neutrals, and promote a more peaceful world seemed to have made great.
Th is book is printed on acid-free paper. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Small powers in the age of total war, / edited by Herman Amersfoort, Wim Klinkert.
-- (History of warfare, ISSN ; v. 65) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (hardback: alk. paper) 1. Get this from a library. Small powers in the age of total war, [H Amersfoort; W Klinkert;]. Books; Journals; Additional Products; Titles No Longer Published by Brill; Awards; Librarians.
Small Powers in the Age of Total War, Authors: H. Amersfoort and W. Klinkert. Small Powers in the Age of Total War, Series: History of Warfare, Volume: 65.
Chapter Twelve. Neutrality Guard Or Preparations For War. The Norwegian Armed Forces And The Coming Of The Second World War In: Small Powers in the Age of Total War, in Small Powers in the Age of Total War, Author: P.
Moeyes. DOI: Small Powers in the Age of Total War, Series: History of Warfare, Volume: 65; The aim of this extensive book project is to study the development of working-class movements using comparative research in an international framework in the time-period Chapter Eleven.
Give US Back Our Field Army. The Dutch Army Leadership And The Operational Planning During The Interwar Years In: Small Powers in the Age of Total War, Leading military historians deal with the different national approaches to war and military power at the tactical, operational, strategic, and political levels.
They form the basis for a fundamental re-examination of how military organizations have performed in the first half of the twentieth century. Volume 2 covers the interwar period. Get this from a library. Small powers in the age of total war, [H Amersfoort; W Klinkert;] -- In the period the Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Norway and Switzerland reacted in divergent ways to the same foreign military threats.
This volume argues that their internal politics and. Topics: Foreign relations, war, LCC:History (General), LCC:D, LCC:History (General) and history of Europe, LCC:D, DOAJ:History, DOAJ:History and Archaeology.
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The War of Powers is a series of six epic fantasy fiction novels, co-written by Robert E. Vardeman and Victor Milan.
The books were first published from to David Langford characterized the series as " pages of junk food for the mind.". 20th-century international relations, history of the relations between states, especially the great powers, from approximately to The history of the 20th century was shaped by the changing relations of the world’s great powers.
The first half of the century, the age of the World Wars and the start of the Cold War, was dominated by the rivalries of those powers. The Age of Total War has utility as a text for framing the importance of questioning terms and widely-held beliefs in graduate-level history coursesAs a brief summary of major conflicts from this work succeeds.
Arts and humanities US history Rise to world power () The United States in World War I The United States in World War I APUSH: KC‑I.C (KC), MIG (Theme). War is an intense armed conflict between states, governments, societies, or paramilitary groups such as mercenaries, insurgents and is generally characterized by extreme violence, aggression, destruction, and mortality, using regular or irregular military forces.
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Everyday low Reviews: Total war is a war fought without limitations on targets or weapons. Ideological or religious conflicts are more likely to give rise to total war. Total wars have occurred throughout history and include the third Punic War, the Mongol Invasions, the.
The 20th century was dominated by war and conflict that continually shifted the balance of power around the globe. This pivotal time period saw the emergence of "total wars" like World War I and World War II in which militaries used any means necessary to win—these wars were so massive they encompassed nearly the entire wars like the Chinese Civil War .