5 edition of The Human Face of Warfare found in the catalog.
June 1, 2001
by Allen & Unwin Pty., Limited (Australia)
Written in English
|Contributions||Michael Evans (Editor), Alan Ryan (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
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The Human Face of War examines such phenomena and seeks to explain them. The author argues that military thought should be based on an approach which reflects the nature of combat. Combat – fighting – is primarily a human phenomenon dominated by human behaviour.
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The Human Face of War is a new exploration of military thought. It starts with the observation that much military thought is poorly developed - often incoherent and riddled with paradox. The author contends that what is m Warfare is hugely important/5.
The Human Face of War examines these and similar phenomena, and seeks to explain them. The author argues that military thought should be based on an approach which reflects the nature of conflict and, in particular, combat.
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The Human Face of War. Storr's The Human Face of Warfare book Human Face of War will be, I predict, a book studied by military professionals (and smart policy makers) for years to come.
Using straightforward prose, Storr seeks to provide a philosophical approach to war - as he says, "In practice we are concerned not so much with war as with waging it.".Author: Jim Storr.
The Human Face of War calls for, and suggests, a new way of considering war and warfare. Special offers and product promotions. Amazon Business: For business-exclusive pricing, quantity discounts and downloadable VAT invoices.
Create a free account. Buy this product and stream 90 days of Amazon Music Unlimited for free. /5(10). The book looks at social and technological aspects of warfare.
Its long chapters with titles such as Stone, Flesh, Iron, and Fire loosely center around those topics. It is nearly impossible to separate them from one another. The big takeaway from the book for me is how limited war really by: The author argues that military thought should be based on an approach which reflects the nature of combat.
Combat - fighting - is primarily a human phenomenon dominated by human behaviour. The book explores some of those human issues and their practical consequences. The Human Face of War calls for, and suggests, 5/5(1).
and the changing face of war itself. It is in this spirit that Marines—enlisted and commissioned—to read this book, under-stand it, and act upon it. because war is a human enterprise. The Face of War by Martha Gellhorn (), author, journalist and famed war correspondent, collects in one volume reports the author had previously written for magazines.
The reports are about the wars she covered--the Spanish Civil War, the Second World War, the Nuremburg Trials, the Paris Peace Conference, the Indonesian National Revolution, the Six-Day War (the Third Arab-Israeli /5.
Human warfare is shocking and an evolutionary puzzle, via Getty Images. The most atrocious acts of violence humans commit have been in warfare.
Through the course of human history we have left countless children orphaned and violently raped millions of women. Keegan's "A History of Warfare" is a superb book. It works well as a valuable addition for any military historian, as well as serving as a great "primer" to the vast scope of military history.
Keegan traces war throughout human history.4/5. Opinion: The human face of war. and reflect on a previous conflict and the need always to consider the very human face and cost of war. Generation and Its War.” (Thomas Dunne Books. One Response to “The Human Face of War, by Jim Storr, in paperback” J.
Scott Shipman Says: February 16th, at am. Hi Zen, Many thanks for the Addendum. Must read book—even for old boat sailors like me. Op-Eds by Jim The Novelist Who Put A Human Face on War: A Review of “Catch 22” Decem by James Webb, The Wall Street Journal. It has been more than 30 years since I read “Catch,” but when I learned that Joseph Heller had died on Sunday, the book sprang back at.
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• The Unwomanly Face of War by Svetlana Alexievich is published by Penguin (£). To order a copy for £ go to or call Topics. Martha Gellhorn () was a war correspondent for nearly fifty years.
From the Spanish Civil War in through the wars in Central America in the mid-eighties, her candid reports reflected her feelings for people no matter what their political ideologies, and the openness and vulnerability of her conscience. "I wrote very fast, as I had to," she says, "afraid that I would forget the /5(3).Understanding the Human Capacity for Warfare.
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ABSTRACT The Humanity of Warfare: Social Science Capabilities and the Evolution of Warfare addressees the changing nature of conflict and the new focus represented in the Counter-insurgency (COIN) doctrine.
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