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Chris Bellamy. The Evolution of Modern Land Warfare: Theory and Practice. Routledge. 1990. 314pp.

Stephen D. Biddle. Military Power: Explaining Victory and Defeat in Modern Battle. Princeton University Press. 2004. 337pp.

Jeremy Black. European Warfare, 1494-1660. Routledge. 2002. 244pp.

Brian Bond. War and Society in Europe, 1870-1970. McGill-Queen's University Press. 1998. 256pp.

John France. Western Warfare in the Age of the Crusades, 1000-1300. Cornell University Press. 1999. 327pp.

J. F. C. Fuller. The Conduct of War, 1789-1961: A Study of the Impact of the French, Industrial, and Russian Revolutions on War and Its Conduct. Da Capo Press. 1992. 352pp.

Robert E. Harkavy; Stephanie G. Neuman. Warfare and the Third World. Macmillan. 2001. 413pp.

John Keegan. A History of Warfare. London: Hutchinson. 1993. 432pp.

John A. Lynn. Battle: A History of Combat and Culture. Westview Press. 2004. 431pp.

Michael Mallett. Mercenaries and Their Masters: Warfare in Renaissance Italy. London: The Bodley Head. 1974. 284pp.

Michael Stephenson (editor). Battlegrounds: Geography and the History of Warfare. Simon and Schuster. 2003. 287pp.

Martin Van Creveld. Technology and War: From 2000 B.C. to the Present. Simon and Schuster. 1989. 342pp.

Geoffrey Wawro. Warfare and Society in Europe, 1792-1914. Routledge. 2000. 246pp.

John J. Weltman. World Politics and the Evolution of War. JHU Press. 1995. 263pp.

Harold A. Winters; with Gerald E. Galloway, Jr; William J. Reynolds; David W. Rhyne. Battling the Elements: Weather and Terrain in the Conduct of War. JHU Press. 1998. 317pp.

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