Alan Axelrod, Ph.D.
Patton on LeadershiP
Strategic Lessons for Corporate Warfare
this collection of strategic insights distills patton’s bril-
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Prentice Hall Press • 288 pp. • 978-0-7352-0297-9 • $16.00
J War Made ne W: Weapons, Warriors,
and the Making of the Modern World
from the Gunpowder revolution to the War on terror, ex-
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New York Times Book Review. 16 pp. b/w photos, maps.
Gotham • 640 pp. • 978-1-592-40315-8 • $18.00
Robert F. Dorr
J air CoMbat
An Oral History of Fighter Pilots
dorr has collected dozens of interviews from military avia-
tors to create a compelling and personal picture of combat
in the skies—from World War II to today.
Berkley • 352 pp. • 978-0-425-21741-2 • $16.00
also available: Marine Air, page 13
Graham Evans and Jeffrey Newnham, editors
the Penguin diCtionary of
this up-to-date reference includes explanations of the
dangerous developments that have affected international
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as well as detailed entries on broader concepts and key
organizations—from game theory to Salt, from amnesty
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Penguin • 640 pp. • 978-0-14-051397-4 • $17.00
air PoWer: The Men, Machines, and Ideas That
Revolutionized War, from Kitty Hawk to Gulf War II
“a splendid job.”—The Wall Street Journal. “a truly fascinat- Robert Greene
ing and insightful perspective of the history of air power.”— J the 33 strategies on War
norman r. augustine, former Chairman and Ceo, lockheed a Joost eLffers book
martin Corporation. more than 160 photos and illustrations. a distillation of the strategies of battle that can help read-
Penguin • 560 pp. • 978-0-14-303474-2 • $18.00 ers gain mastery in the modern world.
Penguin • 496 pp. • 978-0-14-311278-5 • $18.00
Carl von Clausewitz
Edited with an Introduction by Anatol Rapoport
Translated by J.J. Graham
this 1832 treatise presents the great prussian soldier’s views
on war as a continuation of politics and on total war.
Penguin Classics • 464 pp. • 978-0-14-044427-8 • $14.00
Robert Greene and Joost Elffers
the 48 La Ws of Po Wer
“a usable reference work in addition to one that provides fascinating entertainment.”—Booklist. “an heir to
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Penguin • 480 pp. • 978-0-14-028019-7 • $18.00
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Chariot: From Chariot to Tank, the Astounding
Rise and Fall of the World’s First War Machine a compelling history of what is now acknowledged to B. H. Liddell Hart
be the world’s first war machine, Chariot traces the rise strategy
and fall of the chariot across the old World from Ireland, seCond revised edition
through rome, Greece, mesopotamia, egypt, India, and “probably the most important book by one of the out-
China, its influence on modern mechanized warfare, and its standing military authorities of our time.”—Library Journal.
resonance in the popular imagination. Plume • 448 pp. • 978-0-452-01071-0 • $18.00
Overlook • 352 pp. • 978-1-58567-805-1 • $17.95
Robert A. Heinlein
“many consider this Hugo award winner to be robert
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Robert Cowley, editor
The World’s Foremost Military Historians
Imagine What Might Have Been
“fascinating and provocative.”—The New York Times
Book Review. “a captivating display of historical imagi-
nation...takes us through 2,500 years of close squeaks
and narrow misses.”—C. vann Woodward, yale university. James Hillman
Contributors include Stephen e. ambrose, John Keegan, a terribLe Love of War
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Berkley • 416 pp. • 978-0-425-17642-9 • $14.95 primary element of the human condition, is unsettling.”—
Penguin • 272 pp. • 978-0-14-303492-6 • $15.00
What if? 2
Eminent Historians Imagine What Might Have Been
“entertaining as well as instructive.”—The Washington Times.
essays by James Bradley, Caleb Carr, thomas fleming, John
lukacs, Geoffrey C. Ward, and others. maps, illustrations.
Berkley • 448 pp. • 978-0-425-18613-8 • $15.95
also available: What Ifs of American History, page 13
of the t Wentieth Century
“Clear and concise.”—Library Journal. victories, defeats,
and mutinies at sea, from the battle with the Bismarck to the
battles of midway and Guadalcanal. 40 b/w illustrations.
Overlook • 288 pp. • 978-1-58567-379-7 • $17.95
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