Reading rainbow: And yes, a list of security related books by women
A list on books about war and strategy
— 100 of the best books about the American Revolution.
— A smart list of five books about the Civil War.
— A good list of best books about the Vietnam War.
— Five books about terrorism and 9/11.
— I can beat that: 30 books about terrorism and counter-terror.
— Five books on the beginning of the drone era.
— Defense Secretary Mattis to a military audience on Oct. 9: “If you want a reminder of war’s primitive, atavistic, and unrelenting nature, reread Fehrenbach’s This Kind Of War. If you want to see why I believe command and feedback must supplement our approach to command and control, read Rules of the Game by Gordon. If you want to know where I come from in terms of strategy, read The Future of Strategy by Colin Gray, the most near-faultless strategist alive today.”
— Some good reading about the whiteness of current writing about war the whiteness of our war literature.
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