2 edition of Fortnightly history of the war found in the catalog.
Fortnightly history of the war
A. M. Murray
by Chapman and Hall in London
|Statement||by Colonel A.M. Murray ; with a foreword by Field-Marshal Sir Evelyn Wood.|
|LC Classifications||D521 M9, D521 M9|
|The Physical Object|
Where Heroes Trained. Mr. President of the Fortnightly Club, distinguished members, and honored guests, let me begin by thanking you for approving the title of my paper for today's session, the th meeting since the Club began in "Where Heroes Trained" is the title of a book which Eddie Maddox Jr and I are compiling. War in History is a peer-reviewed journal that takes the view that military history should be integrated into a broader definition of history, and benefits from the insights provided by other approaches to history.. Recognising that the study of war is more than simply the study of conflict, War in History embraces war in all its aspects: Economic.
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In recorded history since BC, o major wars have killed close to four billion people – two-thirds of the current world population.^1^ In armed conflicts since , 90 per cent of casualties have been civilians compared to 50 per cent in the Second World War and 10 per cent in the First.^2^ The planning and execution of war. On Sunday, Sept. 17, PBS will begin airing “The Vietnam War,” a part, hour documentary by Ken Burns and his creative partner Lynn Novick. For Author: Susan Ellingwood.
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Club papers written during the war years included “Blue Print for Peace,” “Behind the Russian Front,” “In Praise of France,” and on Octo“The Fortnightly Goes to War.” This last consisted of two papers, one describing the experiences of a Fortnightly member who volunteered at the Service Men’s Center, the other an.
Get this from a library. The. OCLC Number: Notes: "The following pages are an amplification of a series of articles which have appeared in the Fortnightly review, month by month, since the beginning of the war."--Preface.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Murray, A. (Arthur Mordaunt), Fortnightly" history of the war.
New York, Frederick Stokes, History of The Fortnightly Club. The Fortnightly Club was founded in by Mrs. Mary B. Wilcox, the wife of Summit’s mayor to “bring before its members questions of permanent and current interest thus forming a common meeting ground for women of the community.”.
Full text of "The "Fortnightly" History of the War" See other formats. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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The club will have an hour of live discussion time every other Wednesday on Twitter @histassoc. Throughout history battles often dictated the fate of nations, and before that whole civilisations. The first war literature, from the Iliad to Beowulf and the Scandinavian sagas, or even before, was arguably also the first histories.
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I started the list to get book ideas. I intially thought it would be a list of books more akin to personal memoirs like Grant's, Caputo's and Grave's. But folks have added more history-type books, which is great.
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War is also the main driver for the national debt. The government issued bonds of one sort or another to raise enough money to prosecute whatever war was in vogue at the time.
There was always a hope that, by being victorious, the spoils of war would pay for the war itself or “reparation” payments could be imposed on the loser.
The excellent photographs and maps add a true sense of what it was really like at home and overseas during World War II. I give this fine book my highest recommendation. Ken Burns has written a terrific piece of military history which will remain a staple of the genre for years to come.
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Craig Roach: I think there really is a need for this kind of book. I haven't found another book that gives a comprehensive view of the electricity business, with all two hundred sixty-five years of history and all the factors that drive real-world events.This was the best book Churchill wrote, an exuberant memoir of colonial wars as seen by a shameless adventurer and glory-seeker, such as every .Fortnightly Book, February 2 It's almost happenstance that Amos Tutuola became an author.
Born as Olatubusun (much later taking the name Amos when he was baptized) in a village just outside the Nigerian city of Abeokuta, where his father was an administrator.