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Armies of Feudal Europe 1066-1300 By Ian Heath
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This is a reprint of the 1989 second edition of this book in our "Armies and Enemies" series. It includes details of armies from Andalusia, Bulgaria, England, Estonia, France, the Holy... More > Roman Empire, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Morocco, the Ordensstaat of the Teutonic Knights, the Earldom of Orkney, the Papal State, Poland, Prussia, Lithuania, the Low Countries, Kievan Russia, Scandinavia, Scotland, Serbia, Sicily, Spain, Venice, Wales and Wendland.< Less
Armies of Feudal Europe 1066-1300 By Ian Heath
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This is a reprint of the 1989 second edition of this book in our "Armies and Enemies" series. It includes details of armies from Andalusia, Bulgaria, England, Estonia, France, the Holy... More > Roman Empire, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Morocco, the Ordensstaat of the Teutonic Knights, the Earldom of Orkney, the Papal State, Poland, Prussia, Lithuania, the Low Countries, Kievan Russia, Scandinavia, Scotland, Serbia, Sicily, Spain, Venice, Wales and Wendland.< Less
Magpies In Europe By Kev Fletcher
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This is not meant to be just a history book. Yes, the facts and figures are here, but I try to put some meat on the bones and look at the matches with the view from the Leazes End…. and also... More > from the ‘away end’ at some rather exotic places across the North Sea. I have seen Newcastle play in 18 countries myself, and I’ve spoken to fans that travelled in the 1960’s and 1970’s, and I have used their experiences in an effort to give you a different perspective of the games…. hopefully in a way that has not been published before. So please enter the world of Wyn Davies, Tino Asprilla, Alan Shearer, David Ginola, Fabricio Coloccini … and a man who will live in my memory forever as the epitome of Geordie grit and determination … John McNamee.< Less
Fortifying Europe's Soft Underbelly By Aleksander Jankovič Potočnik
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Merriam Press Military Monograph Series. Third Edition 2013. The story of the Rupnik Line, the Vallo Alpino and other fortifications of the Ljubljana Gap in the former Yugoslavia before, during and... More > after World War II. Covered in detail by a Slovenian author who has visited, researched and recorded the existing remains. This book deals mainly with two fortification systems controlling the passage through the Ljubljana Gap. These are the eastern part of the Vallo Alpino, built by Fascist Italy, and the Rupnik Line, built by the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in the first half of the 20th century. While Vallo Alpino, especially those along the border with France, was to some degree known, hardly anybody had ever heard about the Rupnik Line. Even within the borders of the former Yugoslavia these fortifications were either unheard of or forgotten. Illustrated with 167 maps, plans, sketches, and wartime as well as present day photos of the remains of the bunkers, turrets and other fortifications.< Less
Rhodesia's Death Europe's Funeral By Michael Walsh
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Transfer of African colonies to occupation by global finance was cunningly sold as the inevitability of Black rule. Western and Soviet-backed depots were proxy armies like today’s so-called... More > Syrian ‘rebels’. The fraud was carried out by political elites who, compromised by fiscal and sexual indiscretions, were blackmailed to do the banks’ bidding. NATO West blockaded Rhodesia, the Soviet Union funded, trained and armed terrorists hyped by media as noble partisans fighting for democracy and freedom. Government and media, Church, Anti-Apartheid Movement and leftist-liberals unleashed hell on Africa. Church leaders referred to African-killing terrorists as Christian soldiers. Today the ‘winds of change’ sweep across Europe. The same dark forces now inflict on ethnic-Europe a bloodbath of epic proportions. This, if successful, will transfer total control of Europe to the same global banking houses; Africa yesterday Europe tomorrow.< Less
The Hour of Truth: The Conflict in Ukraine—Implications for Europe’s Energy Security and The Lessons for The U.S. Army By Ariel Cohen et al.
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A large part of Europe, especially Eastern, Northern, Central, and South-Central Europe including the Balkans, has been dependent on Russian natural gas since the Soviet times. Little changed with... More > the breakup of the Soviet Union as Russia was no longer perceived as a strategic adversary. Moreover, Russia’s dependence on gas sales in Europe as a source of important revenue for the state-owned Gazprom was considered a guarantee against the use of gas supply as a strategic tool by Moscow. However, a dependence on the Russian energy supply resulting from a system of pipelines built back during the Cold War has increasingly proved to be a disrupting, negative factor in European energy security. This dependence already has negatively manifested itself several times throughout the region and has a potential to massively disrupt European military, economic, and humanitarian situations if a substantial and/or prolonged interruption of the gas supply occurs.< Less
The Future of American Landpower: Does Forward Presence Still Matter? The Case of the Army in Europe (Enlarged Edition) By John R. Deni, Strategic Studies Institute
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The utility of U.S. forward presence in Europe, placing the recent decisions—and in particular the arguments against forward presence—in the context of a decades’ long tradition on... More > the part of many political leaders, scholars, and others, mistakenly tie forward basing of U.S. forces to more equal defense burden sharing across the entire North Atlantic alliance. In assessing whether and how forward presence still matters in terms of protecting U.S. interests and achieving U.S. objectives, the author bridges the gap between academics and practitioners by grounding his analysis in political science theory while illuminating how forward basing yields direct, tangible benefits in terms of military operational interoperability. This monograph forms a critical datapoint in the ongoing dialogue regarding the future of American landpower, particular in this age of austerity.< Less
Central Asian Security Trends: Views from Europe and Russia [Enlarged Edition] By Stephen J. Blank, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College
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On January 25-26, 2010, SSI organized a conference entitled, “Contemporary issues in International Security,” at the Finnish embassy in Washington, DC. This was the second in what we... More > hoped will be annual conferences bringing together U.S., European, and Russian scholars and experts to discuss such issues in an open forum. The importance of such regular dialogues among experts is well known, and the benefits of these discussions are considerable. Just as we published the papers of the 2008 conference in 2009 (Stephen J. Blank, ed., Prospects for U.S. Russian Security Cooperation, Carlisle, PA: Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 2009), we are doing so now. However, in this case, we are publishing the papers on a panel-by panel basis.< Less
A Transatlantic Bargain for the 21st Century: The United States, Europe, and the Transatlantic Alliance By Ellen Hallams, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College
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In the 21st century, the transatlantic bargain that has framed the relationship between the United Statates and its NATO allies is under more scrutiny than ever before. In a changed geopolitical... More > environment, one characterized by the complexity of modern military operations, the growing power of China, and a climate of economic austerity in the West, a consensus has emerged on both sides of the Atlantic as to the need for a revised bargain to accommodate the changing dynamics of global politics. Washington is becoming less and less willing to tolerate what it sees as fundamental gaps within the Alliance—in defense spending, capabilities, and military transformation—and is sending clear signals to its European allies, as well as NATO partners, that they must take on a greater share of Alliance burdens, accelerate efforts to generate capabilities and resources, and move away from a deeply-entrenched culture of dependency. European allies are learning they must approach transatlantic relations...< Less
Project 1704: A U.S. Army War College Analysis of Russian Strategy in Eastern Europe, an Appropriate U.S. Response, and the Implications for U.S. Landpower By The United States Army War College
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In the summer of 2014, Russia forcibly annexed Crimea from Ukraine and then actively supported ethnic Russian separatists in an on-going irredentist bid in Eastern Ukraine. This aggressive policy... More > threatens to challenge NATO and the United States in its support of Ukraine and other nations of Eastern Europe. From this changing strategic environment, three central questions emerge: (1) What is the Russian strategy in their periphery? (2) What is the appropriate U.S. response? (3) What are the implications for U.S. landpower? Vladimir Putin’s grand strategy relies on a complex mix of diplomatic, informational, military, and economic factors to preserve and expand Russian global power. Putin’s strategy hinges on maintaining internal legitimacy, advancing a narrative of Russian greatness, manipulating nationalism, and protecting sources of revenue. He seizes opportunities to improve his position by controlling the media and the wealth of the elite class.< Less