The Nature of War

W Otto


Ever since the advent of recorded history man has engaged in warfare - so much so that it sometimes seems that prevailing conditions of mankind, were merely interrupted from time to time by brief episodes of peace. This book records this phenomenon cyclically - from peace to outbreak, through campaigns, battles, sieges, invasions, retreats, surrenders, aftermath and return to peace.


John Keegan and Joseph Darracott; Jonathan-James Books; warfare; campaigns; battles; sieges; invasions; retreats; surrenders; peace

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ISSN 2224-0020 (online); ISSN 1022-8136 (print)

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