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War Through The Ages

Tom Batalias rated it it was amazing Mar 01, Sign In Forgot password? Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. Kevin rated it liked it Sep 04, First real military book I have ever read.

Covering all of the major military historical topics of Europe, this book offers an excellent range of information combined with an effective writing style.

To purchase short term thr, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above. This article needs additional citations for verification. Not only does the Encyclopedia of Military History use the same illustrations as those found in War Through the Ages, but also, interspersed with the chronologies of battles and generals, the Encyclopedia has Montross-like narrative sections describing specific periods of history, or particular battles.

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Nice summary of strategy, tactics and equipment from classical times to WWII. May 17, Chris rated it it was amazing Shelves: Trivia About War Through the Ages.

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Lynn Montross’ version of military history is more about diplomacy, politics, culture, and economics, and the continuity and great movements of history than about specific battles, the names of generals, and mundane operational details, though he also fits lot of those into his narrative, imparting upon the reader his unusual sense of military history in the process.