On Strategy: A Critical Analysis of the Vietnam War
Summer's inspired analysis of America's war in Vietnam answers the most pressing questions remaining from that terrible conflict more than a decade before Robert McNamara's painful admissions.
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The Savage Wars Of Peace: Small Wars And The Rise Of American Power
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On Strategy II: A Critical Analysis of the Gulf War
Harry G. Summers
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