7 edition of From the Boer War to the Cold War found in the catalog.
From the Boer War to the Cold War
A. J. P. Taylor
|Statement||A.J.P. Taylor ; edited with an introduction by Chris Wrigley.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 454 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||454|
Doug Gordon has had a longstanding interest in this subject. Tactical reconnaissance has been previously poorly dealt with in book form. The Korean War, the SEA War and other aspects of the Cold war have been dealt with over the years; but mostly in relation to the role of the fighter/fighter bomber and bomber : £ In a clear, concise manner, this book explains how the Cold War originated and developed between and The fourth edition is revised, updated and expanded to include new material on topics such as the culture wars and Stalin’s view of Marxism. The introduction looks at the various approaches which have been adopted to analyse the.
The book is genuinely global in its reach and captures the dramas and agonies of a period always overshadowed by the horror of nuclear war and which, for millions of people, was not 'cold' at all: a time of relentless violence, squandered opportunities and moral is a book of extraordinary scope and daring. This book contains a huge amount of useful and insightful information on the events prior, during, and after the cold war. However, this book's structure does not follow an actual timeline and instead discusses themes throughout the cold war. Meaning, this book doesn't take you step by step, event by event, through the cold war.
This collection of documents on the Cold War continues the Ashbrook Center’s extended series of document collections covering major periods, themes, and institutions in American history and government. The volume begins with George Kennan’s “long telegram” () laying out the containme. The war declared by the Boers on 11 October gave the British, as Kipling said, no end of a lesson'. The public expected it to be over by Christmas, but it proved to be the longest (two and three-quarter years), the costliest (over million), the bloodiest (at le British, 25, Boer African lives) and the most humiliating war that Britain fought between and /5(3).
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After his death the best of his essays were selected and reassembled by Chris Wrigley into three volumes: From Napoleon to the Second International, From the Boer War to the Cold War and British Prime by: 4. From the Boer War to the Cold War book.
Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. s/t: Essays on Twentieth-Century EuropeThis colle /5. The essay often saw A. Taylor at his best, it was a medium well-suited to his pithy, provocative, epigrammatic style.
After his death the best of his essays were selected and reassembled by Chris Wrigley into three volumes: From Napoleon to the Second International, From the Boer War to the Cold War and British Prime Ministers/5(6).
The Anglo-Boer War () is one of the most intriguing conflicts of modern history. It has been labeled many things: the first media war, a precursor of the First and Second World Wars, the originator of apartheid.
The difference in status and resources between the superpower Great Britain and two insignificant Boer republics in southern. This collection of approximately 70 essays of varying lengths, including many book reviews and talks for the BBC, is a dazzling display of Taylor's knack for incisive, witty, and opinionated analysis and his passion for understanding the motives and foibles of statesmen.
From the Boer War to the Cold War: Essays on Twentieth-Century Europe. Books shelved as boer-war: Hero of the Empire: The Boer War, a Daring Escape, and the Making of Winston Churchill by Candice Millard, The Boer War by Tho.
Many books have been written about the Boer War – from Arthur Conan Doyle‘s eyewitness account as a field doctor; to Candice Millard’s account of Churchill’s daring escape, to. American military and economic superiority cannot explain why the Cold War came to an end in the late s and early s.
According to the historian Archie Brown, you need to accept the primacy of politics and human agency both in the USSR and the chooses five books to understand the Cold War and offers some broader reflections on the qualities of good political leadership—then.
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From the Boer War to the Cold War: Essays on Twentieth-Century Europe. By A. Taylor. pp, Penguin, Purchase. This collection of approximately 70 essays of varying lengths, including many book reviews and talks for the BBC, is a dazzling display of Taylor's knack for incisive, witty, and opinionated analysis and his passion for.
I loved this book. It is a very detailed history of the second Anglo Boer war. It spends a lot of time on the politics of the war from the British perspective, and some of that was not as interesting to me, but the accounts of the strategy, tactics, individuals, and battles was really s: From the Boer War to the Cold War: essays on twentieth-century Europe.
[A J P Taylor; Chris Wrigley] -- A.J.P. Taylor was one of the 20th century's foremost historians, admired by both the history-reading public, and professional historians. From the Boer War to the Cold War: 8essays on Twentieth-Century Europe Alan J. Taylor, Author, A. Taylor, Author Viking Books $ (p) ISBN.
He specialises on the Boer War of His book, 'Life on Commando during the Anglo-Boer War ', was runner-up for the Sunday Times Alan Paton Award. The Afrikaans edition won three. Winston Churchill covering the Boer war as a war correspondent, c, Bloemfontein, South Africa.
Photograph: BL Singley/CORBIS This was the best book. Get this from a library. From the Boer War to the Cold War: essays on twentieth-century Europe. [A J P Taylor; Chris Wrigley].
From the Boer War to the Cold War by A. Taylor,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. South African War or Boer War, –, war of the South African Republic (Transvaal) and the Orange Free State against Great Britain. Background Beginning with the acquisition in of the Cape of Good Hope, Great Britain gradually increased its territorial possessions in S Africa and by the late 19th cent.
it held Natal, Basutoland. The South African Boer War begins between the British Empire and the Boers of the Transvaal and Orange Free State. The Boers, also known as Afrikaners, were the.
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