3 edition of War, the American way found in the catalog.
War, the American way
Bernard W. Wishy
Includes bibliographical references (p. 220-221).
|LC Classifications||E181 .W67 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||221 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||221|
|LC Control Number||2009900922|
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Atwood's statement that "war is the american way of life", is based on his determination that the military-industrial complex "has developed a vested interest in a permanent state of tension and preparation for war".Cited by: 4. The American Way of War: A History of United States Military Strategy and Policy Reprint of ed.
publ. by Macmillan, NY, in series: The wars of the United States Wars of the United States: Author: Russell Frank Weigley: Edition: illustrated, reprint: Publisher: Indiana University Press, ISBN: X, Length: pages Reviews: 1.
The American Way of War focuses on the history of American strategy rather than the structure, which gives it quite a different perspective than most military histories. The book is organized into chapters relating to different general areas of strategic thought, not necessarily chronological.
Echevarria's book represents an important contribution to the debate over the American way of war."—Political Science Quarterly "It is the best synthesis of the American way of war discourse to date and a must-read for students, scholars, service personnel, and government officials interested in military history."—On Point.
Weigley explores the ever evolving role of the military in an ever changing world, using history as the guideline to establish his facts. This book covers the American Way of War through the second half of this century, and illustrates how U.S.
strategy and policy became the benchmark for military institutions the world over to the present by: After a long while of meaning to, I’ve finished Russell Weigley’s magisterial book The American Way of longer than it should have, but as a foundational text for understanding not only American strategy, but basic concepts of national strategy itself, this book is unsurpassed.
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"The American way of war" refers to the grinding strategy of attrition that U.S. generals traditionally employed to prevail in combat. But that was then.
Spurred by dramatic advances in information technology, the new American way of war relies on speed, maneuver, flexibility, and surprise. This approach was put on display in the invasion of Iraq and should Cited by: The following version of this book was used to create this guide: El Akkad, Omar.
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The phrase “way of war” as it is used here refers to general trends in the conduct of, and preferred modes of thinking about. The next year, she began following grievously wounded American soldiers from the moment they came off the battlefield all the way back home.
Her journey proved to be nothing short of an odyssey. Despite all the talk in this country about our “wounded warriors,” no other book gives us a more powerful sense of the genuine cost of war to.
In his book, The War That Made America: A Short History of the French and Indian War, published in the year by Penguin Classics Publishing, is perhaps one of the most indulging masterpieces he has written catering a matter of five centuries of American history with a coherent and sturdy sense of point of view.
It went on to win a number of prestigious awards, including the Pulitzer Prize for Non-Fiction, National Book Award, and the Bancroft Prize. Considered the first major book on the Vietnam War written by an American, it highlighted how little the United States knew about the country, its leaders, and its culture before : Tracy Shapley.
This book explores the evolution of Americans' first way of war, to show how war waged against Indian noncombatant population and agricultural resources became the method early Americans employed and, ultimately, defined their military heritage.
The sanguinary story of the American conquest of the Indian peoples east of the Mississippi River helps demonstrate how 5/5(2).
He calls the Mexican-American War one of the worst and most pointless wars, and the Civil War one of the most important and justified. There is a moment in the book early in Grant’s career as a soldier where he was sent to hunt down a band of guerrillas, shaking with fear as he arrived at their camp only to find they had run away.
The New American Way of War By MAX BOOT. WAGING MODERN WAR "The American way of war." That phrase -- popularized by the military historian Russell Weigley in his book -- has come to refer to a grinding strategy of attrition: the strategy employed by Ulysses S.
Grant to destroy Robert E. Lee's army inby John J. Pershing to wear. The Mexican-American War was a conflict between the United States and Mexico, fought from April to February Won by the Americans and damned by its contemporary critics as expansionist, it resulted in the U.S.
gaining more thansquare miles (1, square km) of Mexican territory extending westward from the Rio Grande to the Pacific Ocean. A few months ago I received a message from a professor at the Khomeini Institute for Education and Research in Tehran, Iran, informing me that my book “War and Empire: The American Way of Author: Paul Atwood.
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The American War he creates is an unsettling amalgam of 19th-century hatred and 21st-century technology: the War Between the States amplified by the wonders of modern engagement to claim tens of.
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Weigley traces the emergence of a characteristic American way of war - in which the object of military strategy has come to mean total.