By Dan Jones
The 15th century skilled the longest and bloodiest sequence of civil wars in British historical past. The crown of britain replaced arms violently seven occasions because the nice households of britain fought to the demise for energy, majesty and the perfect to rule. Dan Jones completes his epic historical past of medieval England with a brand new booklet concerning the Wars of the Roses - and describes how the Plantagenets tore themselves aside and have been ultimately changed by means of the Tudors. With brilliant descriptions of the conflict of Towton, the place 28,000 males died in one morning, to Bosworth, the place the final Plantagenet king used to be hacked down, this is often the true tale at the back of Shakespeare's well-known historical past performs.
By Ashley J. Tellis
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By Ho-Won Jeong
“…an extraordinary journey d’horizon of contemporary battle, violence, and disagreement inside of and among countries. Illustrating through with reference to each clash in each nook of the area, the writer invokes an never-ending array of insights and interpretations, starting from the micro to the macro, superbly written in a unbroken series of heavily associated and discursive essays.”
-J. David Singer, University of Michigan
“Jeong has effectively mixed behavioral and structural research of the dynamics of social clash. This quantity covers the a number of dimensions - escalation, entrapment, de-escalation, termination, and determination - either one of violent and non-violent disagreement among adversaries, in addition to the software and boundaries of exterior intervention. for college kids of the social sciences, it's going to function a good creation to the complicated realities of social conflict.”
-Milton Esman, John S. Knight Professor of overseas reviews, Emeritus, Cornell college
By studying the dynamic forces which form and re-shape significant conflicts, Understanding clash and clash Analysis offers scholars with the recent wisdom base had to effectively examine clash resources, strategies and differences. It covers social, political, and mental beneficial properties significant to knowing clash events and behaviour.
A wide variety of either fresh and ancient examples (including the Arab-Israeli clash, US-Russia kin, the “War on Terrorism,” civil wars in Sudan, Iraq, former Yugoslavia, Sri Lanka) are mentioned in a comparative context, illustrating the appliance of techniques and theories necessary to the research of inter-group, inter-state clash and customers for clash answer.
Intended Audience: this may be a key textual content for college students of diplomacy, peace and clash reports, psychology, sociology, foreign safety and foreign legislations.
“Ho-Won Jeong has written an illuminating research of the dynamics of clash. He lays out the instruments we need to examine clash in a literate and complete manner. A helpful booklet for someone attracted to a extra accomplished realizing of clash, its assets, and its de-escalation and termination.”
-Janice Gross Stein, Belzberg Professor of clash administration, Director, Munk Centre for overseas reviews, college of Toronto
By W. E. B. Griffin
It's the fall of 1950. The Marines have made a pivotal step forward at Inchon, yet a curler coaster awaits them. whereas Douglas MacArthur chomps on the bit, cause on surging around the thirty eighth parallel, Brigadier basic Fleming Pickering works desperately to mediate the escalating conflict among MacArthur and President Harry Truman. And someplace available in the market, his personal daredevil pilot son, decide, is misplaced at the back of enemy lines--and can be misplaced forever.
By Gordon L. Rottman
The sour six-month fight for keep an eye on of Guadalcanal within the South Pacific in the course of global battle II matched the U.S. Marine Corps opposed to the Imperial jap military in a crusade that will attempt either side to the restrict. during this ebook the realities of lengthy conflict in an unforgiving atmosphere are documented in photos, specifically commissioned art, legit reviews, and first-hand bills, delivering a glimpse of infantry wrestle in global battle II's Pacific Theater.
The longevity of yankee Marines was once sorely validated by means of eastern troops keen to put down their lives in Banzai fees and determined final stands around the Pacific in international warfare II. This publication bargains key insights into the strategies, management, wrestle functionality, and next reputations of six consultant USMC and IJA infantry battalions pitched into 3 pivotal activities that decided the process the crusade for Guadalcanal on the peak of worldwide warfare II.
Mountainous and coated in tropical jungle, Guadalcanal is the biggest of the Solomon Islands. in the course of global conflict II its position - dominating important strains of conversation and provide among the USA, Australia, and New Zealand - made it a key strategic goal for each side within the escalating fight for the South Pacific sector. among August 7, 1942 and February nine, 1943 it was once the atmosphere for a chain of sour battles among the advancing eastern forces and people of a resurgent usa and its allies, within the Allies' first significant offensive opposed to the Japanese.
Spearheading the Allied attempt to take and carry Guadalcanal, the U.S. Marine Corps performed a key function within the back-and-forth land battles for this very important island, whereas their adversaries, the garrison troops of the Imperial eastern military, strove to counter the Allies' offensive strikes. From the preliminary US landings that took the japanese abruptly to the savage battles of Tenaru, Edson's Ridge, Henderson box, and Mount Austen, the crusade demonstrated the soldiers of either side to the restrict, with tropical illnesses, offer difficulties, adversarial terrain, and negative climate all including to the horrors of close-quarter wrestle.
By Andy Hoare
Rogue dealer patriarch Lucian Gerrit and his family members get swept up in an Imperial campaign to trace down and exterminate the alien tau. Having crossed the desolate sector of house referred to as the Damocles Gulf, the fleet arrives at the borders of the tau empire. Can Gerrit's resourcefulness shop the day whilst the Imperial forces locate themselves outnumbered and outgunned, hundreds of thousands of sunshine years from domestic?
By René Chartrand
Louisbourg represented a massive hazard to Anglo-American plans to invade Canada. Bypassing it'll depart an immensely strong enemy base astride the Anglo-American strains of conversation – Louisbourg needed to be taken. confronted with powerful seashore defences and tough climate, it took six days to land the troops, and it was once purely as a result of a stroke of bold at the a part of a tender brigadier named James Wolfe, who controlled to show the French seashore place, that this used to be completed. the tale is essentially in response to firsthand debts from the journals of numerous members, together with French Governor Drucour's, whose first-class account hasn't ever been published.
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By Charles McNelis
This research specializes in ways that Statius' epic Thebaid, a poem concerning the civil conflict among Oedipus' sons Eteocles and Polynices, displays the topic of inner discord in its narrative innovations. whilst that Statius reworks the Homeric and Virgilian epic traditions, he engages with Hellenistic poetic beliefs as exemplified by way of Callimachus and the Roman Callimachean poets, specially Ovid. the result's a pressure among the impulse in the direction of the commonly used expectancies of war and the will for hold up and postponement of such clash. eventually, Statius adheres to the mythic paradigm of the mutual fratricide, yet he keeps to hire competing thoughts that decision recognition to the fictive nature of any undertaking of closure and conciliation. within the approach, the poem deals a brand new mode of epic closure that emphasises person technique of solution.
By Philip Katcher, Richard Hook
While the warfare among the States broke out in 1861, the U.S. military had in basic terms 4 line generals - and just one of them used to be now not a septuagenarian veteran of the warfare of 1812. With approximately one-third of all expert officials settling on to supply their swords to the South, the government's pressing have to locate commanders for the tremendously accelerated Federal military placed generals' stars at the shoulders of fellows of very various backgrounds and skills. In time the surprise of conflict could separate the born leaders from the over-promoted and the political opportunists. this primary of 4 volumes examines the careers and infrequently colourful personalities of approximately 30 Union generals whose carrier was once frequently within the japanese theater of warfare.
By Glantz, David
A paper provided as the
20th anniversary wonderful lecture
at the Strom Thurmond Institute of presidency and Public Affairs
October eleven, 2001
Clemson, South Carolina