Author(s)Berlin, Robert H.
Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics
COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEMS
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AbstractThe military classics seminar, a Combat Studies Institute history electives course at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, studies the evolution of the art of war from ancient times to the present. Many of the books listed in this work are military classics, that is, books of recognized value that set a standard of historical or literary excellence. Others evaluate or expand on the military classics. Others evaluate or expand on the military classics. Focused mainly on the history of land warfare, this bibliography begins with a general section. The books listed cover more than one chronological period or topical area, or are broad surveys of military history, or concentrate on a unique subject. The next sections are arranged chronologically beginning with Ancient History and concluding with The Nuclear Age. Covered here are significant historical eras, military writers, and conflicts. The Modern Warfare section encompasses low-intensity conflict. The remaining sections in the bibliography are topical and include The Moral Effect of Combat (men in battle), Russian and Soviet Military History, East Asian Military History, Sea Power, Air Power, and The Press.