e-books in Military Strategy category
by Williamson Murray - AU Press , 1983
The book provides a detailed analytical study of the development of the Luftwaffe 1939-40 and the turn toward Russia in Operation Barbarossa. Dr. Murray investigates the reasons for the final demise of the Luftwaffe from April through September 1944.
by Ted Galen Carpenter (ed.) - Cato Institute , 1989
The doctrine of collective defense has governed U.S. foreign policy for more than four decades and has enjoyed public consensus. But now prominent figures on both the left and the right are advocating a new look at America's global commitments.
by Stephen J. Blank (ed.) - Strategic Studies Institute , 2011
The Arctic is the newest sphere of international competition for energy and security access. These essays fully explore and analyze what is at stake here and what Moscow has done to increase its capability and influence in the Arctic.
by William Sowden Sims - John Murray , 1920
An authoritative, summarized accounting with illustrations and maps of U.S. naval operations during the First World War. It is a 'must' for any naval historian, research scholar, coalition military tactician, including naval learning centers.
by Albert Wohlstetter, et al. - RAND Corporation , 1954
An examination of the critical factors in strategic-base selection and an application of this analysis. The factors considered are the distances from bases to targets, to favorable entry points into enemy defenses, and to the source of base supply.
by R. Zarate, H. D. Sokolski - Strategic Studies Institute , 2009
The book demonstrates not only the historical importance, but also the continuing relevance of the Wohlstetters' work in national security strategy and nuclear policy. Over twenty of Albert and Roberta's most influential writings are available.
by Cheryl Benard, et al. - Rand Publishing , 2011
Determining how to gain knowledge from, hold, question, and release captured adversaries can be an important component of military strategy. This monograph finds parallels in U.S. prisoner operations in World War II, Korea, Vietnam, and Iraq.
by John D. Williams - RAND Corporation , 2007
When this book was originally published in 1954, game theory was an esoteric and mysterious subject. Its popularity today can be traced at least in part to this book, which popularized the subject for amateurs and professionals throughout the world.
by Bernard Brodie - RAND Corporation , 2007
The book was written during the dawn of the nuclear age, when the advent of intercontinental ballistic missiles necessitated a massive rethinking of military strategy and power. Originally published in 1959, it retains ample relevance today.
by Julian Stafford Corbett - Naval & Military Press , 1911
The book covers the theory of naval war, command of the sea, the constitution of fleets, concentration and dispersal of force, typical forms of naval operations, methods of securing and disputing command, methods of exercising command, and more.
by B.H. Liddell Hart - Faber and Faber Ltd. , 1929
The new edition of the strategy of indirect approach first written in 1929. In the years following its publication, World War II has provided further examples of the superiority of the indirect over the direct approach.