2 edition of Encyclopedia of Modern War found in the catalog.
Encyclopedia of Modern War
RH Value Publishing
January 1, 1979 by Random House Value Publishing .
Written in English
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Drawing on the wide literature available, including direct accounts of the experience of war, English provides an authoritative account of modern war: its origins, evolution, dynamics, and current trends.
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At age Encyclopedia of Modern War book, he was the literary editor of the Daily Mail in London, where he expounded the patriotic, moral, temperance-driven views Encyclopedia of Modern War book his Baptist upbringing in 6 lengthy columns weekly, He also edited a picture magazine and worked on two political biographies.
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