Reading for War

Reading for War

Tribe | Grounded Curiosity

A thought provoking review of Sebastian Junger's book 'Tribe' by Jess Ward via Bookshelf on Grounded Curiosity. In 'Tribe', Junger - one of the best writers of our time - explores the craving for...

By The Cove

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Commanding Officer 1st Intelligence Battalion - Reading List

The list is intended to provide useful works that are foundational for intelligence professionals across a range of topics.

By Ben Alward

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'Ma' – Exploiting The Space Between

The Cove's former UK exchange officer, Joe Read, rejoins us to examine how we should set aside the space between PME activities to spend time thinking.

By Joe Read

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Forces Command Reading List 2020-21

Forces Command is compiling its reading list for 2020-21, but this time it will look very different.

By Chris Field

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Book Review | American Nations: A history of the eleven rival regional cultures of North America

Colin Woodard’s book, American Nations: A history of the eleven rival regional cultures of North America, provides some unique knowledge and understanding of the people, cultures and regions...

By Chris Field

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Army Knowledge Centre Update: August 2019

In this update from the Army Knowledge Centre we have links to 'Smart Soldier 57', 'Knowledge4Army' and the updated 'Insights from Regimental Sergeant Majors Handbook'.

By Army Knowledge Centre

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Review Essay: Observations on Books from Commander US Central Command’s 2018 Reading List – Part 1

In this first of two posts, Commander Forces Command provides summaries on books from the former Commander CENTCOM's reading list.

By Chris Field

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Review essay: Athena Rising / Raising Boys

The incoming Commander of Forces Command examines two books that can help us to become better leaders.

By Chris Field

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Book Review | Broken Nation: Australians in the Great War

Darren Cronshaw reviews Joan Beaumont's WWI history, Broken Nation, which he argues 'not only maps the tides of battle for Australia’s involvement overseas in the Great War but also offers page-...

By Darren Cronshaw

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