Masters Of The Art Of Command: MASTERS OF THE ART OF COMMAND by Martin Blumenson

Masters Of The Art Of Command: MASTERS OF THE ART OF COMMAND

byMartin Blumenson, James L. Stokesbury

Paperback | August 22, 1990

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'For the general reader, this book will provide a fascinating trip across historical fields of battle; for the military professional or student of military history, it should strike sparks of recognition and illumination, and even touch a few nerve endings in the process. One can hardly ask for more.'--Col. John G. Thompson, USAWC

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Martin Blumenson is the author of a dozen books on military subjects. James L. Stokesbury is professor of history at Acadia University in Nova Scotia.
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Title:Masters Of The Art Of Command: MASTERS OF THE ART OF COMMANDFormat:PaperbackDimensions:412 pages, 8.25 × 5.38 × 0.89 inPublished:August 22, 1990Publisher:Da Capo Press

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ISBN - 10:0306804034

ISBN - 13:9780306804038

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'For the general reader, this book will provide a fascinating trip across historical fields of battle; for the military professional or student of military history, it should strike sparks of recognition and illumination, and even touch a few nerve endings in the process. One can hardly ask for more.'--Col. John G. Thompson, USAWC