Dictionary of Wars
Dictionary of Wars, Third Edition contains detailed summaries of all notable wars from throughout history, spanning more than 4,000 years. Completely updated and expanded, this volume is an authoritative source on the global conflicts, civil wars, mutinies, punitive expeditions, undeclared wars, rebellions, and revolutions that have occurred throughout the world. This edition contains new and updated entries, new illustrations, and new front and back matter. Facts are presented in a lively and engaging manner, and the scope of the book is truly impressive. Approximately 1,850 entries are extensively cross-referenced to help readers find the information they want. This book deals exclusively and concisely with military information, often specifying political, social, economic, and cultural influences on military operations. New coverage includes: Battle of Granicus; Chechen Civil War of 1999-2002; Cote d'Ivoire Civil War of 2002; Fijian Rebellion of 2000; Guinea-Bissauan Civil War of 1998-99; Haitian Uprising of 2000; Indonesian War in Aceh; Macedonian Civil War of 2001; Nepalese Insurgency of 1996; Nigerian Uprisings of 1999; Palestinian Uprising of 2000; Solomon Islands Insurrection of 1999-2003; U.S. invasion of Afghanistan; U.S. invasion of Iraq; and Uzbekistan Uprising of 2005.
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Africa allied Anatolia army attacked Austrian AUSTRO-TURKISH WAR Battle became began besieged British Burmese Byzantine Byzantine Empire caliph campaign capital captured cease-fire Charles China Chinese Civil CONQUEST Dai Viet death declared defeated Dutch dynasty East eastern elected Empire England English fighting fled fleet forces fought France French gained German guerrilla Henry Holy Roman Holy Roman Emperor Hutu independence Indians invaded invasion island Italy Janissaries Khan killed King kingdom land later leader League March Massacre military Mitanni Mogul Mongol Muhammad Muslim northern ordered Ottoman Ottoman Empire peace Persian Poland port Portuguese president Prince province raids Rebellion rebels republic returned revolt River Roman Emperor Roman-Persian War Rome rule ruler Russia Russian seized sent siege soldiers southern Soviet Spain Spanish sultan surrendered Syria territory throne tion took Treaty troops Turkish TURKO-PERSIAN WAR Turks Tutsi Uprising victory Visigoths WARS withdrew