2 edition of Soldiers against the state found in the catalog.
Soldiers against the state
John S. Ambler
|Other titles||The French Army in politics, 1945-1962.|
|Series||Anchor books, A625|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 464 p.|
|Number of Pages||464|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ambler, John S. (John Steward). Soldiers against the state. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, [©]. The Christmas Truce, which occurred primarily between the British and German soldiers along the Western Front in Decemberis an event the official histories of the “Great War” leave out, and the Orwellian historians hide from the public.
Stanley Weintraub has broken through this barrier of silence and written a moving account of this significant event by compiling letters sent home. Closest to this book are Robert Lyman's First Victory.
An old book is Our Enemies the French by Anthony Mockler (). I have, but haven't yet read England's Last War Against France by Colin Smith (). A book about the air war in this conflict was The War that Never Was by Air Vice Marshal A.
n/5(14). This book is a first person account of one soldier on the front lines against the most evil organization in the world. From Saskatchewan's decommissioned potash mines to the front lines - Dillon and Russ Hillier take you on the journey. Dillon faced unknown dangers while navigating hostile territory.
He should be commended for his effort/5(29). “The Rise of the Military Welfare State is a thought-provoking examination of growing U.S. militarism and the economic costs of the transition from a conscripted to an all-volunteer (or all-mercenary) force.
It will interest policy-makers, military professionals, and, not least, the taxpayers who have subsidized American military endeavors Cited by: 5. Soldiers, his last book, has been seen through the press by his family and friends.
There are a few minor errors and misprints, which Holmes himself, with his extraordinary recall of accurate. The Soldier and the State: The Theory and Politics of Civil-Military Relations is a book written by political scientist Samuel P.
the book, Huntington advances the theory of objective civilian control, according to which the optimal means of asserting control over the armed forces is to professionalize them. This is in contrast to subjective control, which involves placing Author: Samuel P.
Huntington. In his book Major Problems in the Civil War, historian Michael Perman says that historians are of two minds on why millions of men seemed so eager to fight, suffer and die over four years.
Some historians emphasize that Civil War soldiers were driven by political ideology, holding firm beliefs about the importance of liberty, Union, or state rights, or about the need to protect or to Commander-in-Chief: Jefferson Davis. Own a part of Norwich University’s Bicentennial.
For years, Norwich University has been educating citizen soldiers to serve, defend, and build the republic, as both uniformed and civilian leaders. Here, for the first time, the year legacy of this venerable institution is presented in a single volume, highlighting the tremendous. The Kent State shooting took place in when Ohio National Guard troops opened fire on Vietnam War protesters at Kent State University, killing four.
The country's military is disobedient by design. Consider, if you will, a fraught military standoff. A soldier from the German army receives an order from a superior to fire his gun, but he puts Author: Erin Blakemore. In this classic work, Huntington challenges old assumptions and ideas on the role of the military in society.
Stressing the value of the military outlook for American national policy, Huntington has performed the distinctive task of developing a general theory of civil–military relations and subjecting it to rigorous historical analysis.5/5(1).
Herbert A. Simon defended Huntington against mathematician Neal Koblitz. The debate was published by The Mathematical Intelligencer 10–12, Number 2, June The soldier in our Civil war: a pictorial history of the conflict,illustrating the valor of the soldier as displayed on the battle-field.
From sketches drawn by Forbes, Waud, Taylor, Hillen, Becker, Lovie, Schell, Crane and numerous other eye-witnesses to the strife and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Huntington provides some fantastic insights in The Soldier and the State.
This book is probably the most thorough study of civ-mil relations available. That said, you've got to really want to read this book to make it through many of the dry arduous sections. I believe the sum of /5. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
The soldier and the state by Samuel P. Huntington,Belknap Press of Harvard University Press edition, in EnglishCited by: WHAT THIS CRUEL WAR WAS OVER: Soldiers, Slavery, and the Civil War, Robert McGlone. JOHN BROWN'S WAR AGAINST SLAVERY, Leonard L.
Richards. THE SLAVE POWER: The Free North and Southern Domination,Kenneth Stampp. THE PECULIAR INSTITUTION, John Stauffer. The Israeli military teaches its soldiers not to think about the consequences of their violent behavior against Palestinians, a new book states.
In Soldiering Under Occupation (Berghahn), Erella Grassiani analyzes confessions collected by Breaking the Silence, a group which exposes the conduct of Israeli troops, as well as interviews that she.
Soldiers were used during school integration in the s and during the riots in Los Angeles following the acquittal of four police officers who beat motorist Rodney King. The precise number of Confederate soldiers from each state is unknown because many military records were destroyed when Richmond was evacuated in However, according to Randolph H.
McKim in his book The Numerical Strength of the Confederate Army, the numbers of enrollment into the Confederate army were. “State Rep. Tavia Galonski tweeted Sunday after President Trump spoke about hydroxychloroquine at his daily press briefing.
The drug, normally used to treat malaria, is one of several that the president has pointed to as showing promise in the fight against COVID, but its effectiveness has been a subject of debate,” reports Fox News.Both the book and the poem describe the dual battle faced by Black Americans, the fight against America’s foe and the fight against racism.
Black Soldiers of New York State: A Proud Legacy, by Anthony F. Gero. The book is an investigation to discern why Black Americans choose to defend a country that denied them the rights of full citizenship.