The distinguished historian, Lawrence Freedman shows how intellectuals, novelists, film makers and military strategists have thought about war. Thinking about war in the last 150 years, Freedman argues, has been shaken by one epoch-changing event: nuclear weapons. Yet The Future of War: A History traces important continuities in thinking about war before and after the advent of nuclear weapons. This book is a superb contribution to the historiography of war.
The Future of War: A History
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