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military history


  • The Short War Illusion

    by Cathal J. Nolan

    Generals may win battles but they hardly ever win wars, for there really is no such thing as genius in modern war.


  • The Greatest Generals Across Generations

    by Benjamin Runkle

    The Greatest Generation’s generals’ triumphs were anything but predetermined, and required a series of accidents and twists of fate to bring them to the point where their innate courage, intelligence, and determination could be decisive.