The Evolution of Weapons and Warfare

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Da Capo Press, 1990 - History - 350 pages
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A history of weapons and warfare, from the Macedonian sarissa to the atomic bomb. The book describes technological and strategic advances in military science, but also aims to evoke the horror of war and comment on the future of warfare.
  

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Contents

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1
II
10
III
16
IV
26
V
36
VI
41
VII
48
VIII
52
XVIII
154
XIX
169
XX
181
XXI
190
XXII
202
XXIII
212
XXIV
230
XXV
240

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XI
81
XII
91
XIII
105
XIV
112
XV
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XVI
130
XVII
144
XXVI
253
XXVII
266
XXVIII
277
XXIX
286
XXX
307
XXXI
315
XXXII
320
XXXIII
325
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Colonol Trevor N. Dupuy is the author of over 25 books, including the nineteen-volume Military History of World War II and Elusive Victory: The Arab-Israeli Wars.

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