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John Boyd and the American Art of War
The maneuver warfare revolution has changed the state of warfare in the western world. With John Boyd’s claims that victory is won by the side which transitions through ‘decision cycles’ faster than the enemy, maneuver warfare has inherently corrupted the American art of war. Highly acclaimed military historian Stephen Robinson separates fact from fiction, finding the reality behind this controversy with an evidence-based investigation every American military history buff should read.
Specifications: 9781925820348 | Cover and Jacket | 234 x 151mm/9.25 x 6 in | 360 pages
The award-winning team of Glyn Harper and Jenny Cooper share this poignant story about a Vietnam veteran and his relationship with his granddaughter. While the relationship is a positive one, the young girl senses her grandfather’s pain and is curious to find out the cause. She discovers her grandfather’s sadness is a legacy of the Vietnam War and his experiences there. This is a sensitive exploration of the cost of war on those who serve.
SPECIFICATIONS: Hardback | 245 x 255 mm / 9½ x 10 Inches | Colour | 32 Pages |