Series: Cass Military Studies
At the end of World War I the British Empire reached its largest extent in terms of territory and population. The government was reluctant to devote large resources to defense and to contemplate sending large forces to Europe in case of a new war. British forces were constantly involved...
To Be Published January 30th 2015 by Routledge
By the close of the 19th century, the United States was no longer a continental power, but had become a nation with interests that spanned the globe from the Caribbean to China. Consequently, the country faced a new set of strategic concerns, ranging from enforcing the Monroe Doctrine to defending...
Published February 4th 2004 by Routledge
In late 1945, it became clear that the Soviet Union was an aggressive power. American military planners began to develop strategies to deal with the frightening possibility of a war with the Soviet Union. This work examines those plans....
Published April 29th 1996 by Routledge
Infantry Tactics, 1740-1866
This is a comprehensive study of the major changes in infantry tacticts from the time of Frederick the Great to the beginning of what many see as the era of modern war, in the 1860s. Ross lays social and political change side by side with technical change. He argues that the French revolution, due...
Published February 28th 1996 by Routledge