Warfare and Society in Europe, 1792- 1914 by Geoffrey WawroWarfare and Society in Europe, 1792- 1914 by Geoffrey Wawro

Warfare and Society in Europe, 1792- 1914

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Paperback | February 8, 2000

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Combining original research with the latest scholarshipWarfare and Society in Europe, 1792 - 1914examines war and its aftermath from Napoleonic times to the outbreak of the First World War. Throughout, this fine book treats warfare as a social and political phenomenon no less than a military and technologial one, and includes discussions on:

* The French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars
* Napoleon III and the militarization of Europe
* Bismark, Molkte, and the Franco-Prussian War, 1870-71
* new technologies and weapons
* seapower, imperialism and naval warfare
* the origins and outbreak of the First World War.

For anyone studying, or with in interest in European warfare, this book details the evolution of land and naval warfare and highlights the swirling interplay of society, politics and military decision making.

Title:Warfare and Society in Europe, 1792- 1914Format:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 9.1 × 6.1 × 0.6 inPublished:February 8, 2000Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0415214459

ISBN - 13:9780415214452

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..."Wawro has done well to master and compress much of the voluminous recent literature on the subject, an especially challenging task with regard to studies of the leading great powers...Wawro's own special expertise, which lies in the history of Austria-Hungary, adds an important further Central European dimension to the work.--Keith Jeffery, University of Ulster at Jordanstown.""Wawro, among the best of the new generations of military historians, has written the best extant survey of the long century of European military dominance that began in 1792 with the French Revolutionary Wars and ended in the trenches of 1914. His willingness to take an essentially chronological approach makes the work's paperback edition especially well suited as a primary text for military history courses and as a collateral reading for general courses in the period."-"Military History