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Military Lives: Intimate Biographies of the Famous by the Famous [Paperback]

Brian Harrison , Hew Strachan


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1 Dec 2002 Lives
The 20th century saw two major world wars and many major and minor conflicts. Who made themselves known through their involvement in those wars and conflicts? Who do we remember? Who were the heroes of the army, navy, and airforce? Who should have been the heroes? What makes someone dedicate their life to the defence of a nation, whether it be on land, at sea, or in the air? What part did these people play in shaping the path of modern British military history? Britain as a nation has always been very proud of its military capabilities and personnel. Presented here is a collection of around 100 mini-biographies, taken from the "Dictionary of National Biography", of some of the people who made the defence of their country their life.


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Hew Strachan is currently Chichele Professor of the History of War and Fellow at All Souls College, Oxford. Prior to that he was Professor of Modern History and Director of the Scottish Centre for War Studies at the University of Glasgow. He is joint editor of War in History and he is the author and editor of many books (see Books by the same author, below). He was also Consultant Editor for The Oxford Companion to Military History (2001).

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