War

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'Breaking In' to War

'Breaking In' to War is an excellent guide to some of the best resource on the subject of 'war and conflict'

By Kelly Dunne

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'Breaking In' to Military History & Organisational Theory

'Breaking In' to Military History & Organisational Theory: An Introduction' is a guide to some of the best resources to help military personal become familiar with the subject.

By The Cove

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Fallen of WWII by Neil Halloran

This video discusses both military and civilian fatalities and uses excellent imagery and graphics to illustrate the most significant war of our time. It also provides us with a valuable history...

By The Cove

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Studying War and Warfare

This article by Lieutenant General H.R. McMaster via Modern War Institute focuses on the study of war and warfare. McMaster is a strong advocate for professional military education and the study of...

By The Cove

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Review of Thucydides' History of the Peloponnesian War

This article on Thucydides by Julia Kindt via The Conversation allows you to ‘dip your toe in the water’ and gain a baseline understanding before venturing into the heavier text and getting lost. The...

By The Cove

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What is War Today? What Do We Mean By War?

This video is a symposium that was presented at the University of Cambridge in 2016 by Professor Sir Hew Strachan and General Sir Nick Houghton. Professor Strachan proposes 8 propositions/paradoxes...

By The Cove

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War & Human Nature

This video featuring John Green focuses on 'War and human nature' and is part of the Crash Course in World History educational series.

By The Cove

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Theory of War & Strategy

The U.S. Army War College has generously shared this security and strategy primer: 'U.S Army War College Guide to National Security Issues Volume 1: Theory of War and Strategy' This 2012 version...

By The Cove

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Are the Levels of War Just a Set of Labels?

This article by Martin Dunn, a former Chief Research Officer at the Land Warfare Studies Centre, poses the thought that seeking to associate Clausewitz with three levels of war is curious.

By The Cove

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Is the 'Operational Art' Synonymous with the Operational Level of War?

This article by Dale Eikmeier via Small Wars Journal offers yet another perspective on whether or not the operational art is synonymous with the operational level of war. 

By The Cove

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