Book Review: The Strategic Use of Force in Counterinsurgency: Find, Fix, Fight
José de Arimatéia da Cruz
Author: Miles Kitts
Reviewed by Dr. José de Arimatéia da Cruz, professor of international relations and comparative politics, Georgia Southern University, and visiting professor, Center for Strategic Leadership, US Army War College
Focusing on the use of force and insurgency, the reviewer assesses the author’s question, “Does either neoclassicism or revisionism adequately address how to evaluate the utility of force in counterinsurgency and the prescriptions which should come from it?”
Book Review: John J. Pershing and the American Expeditionary Forces in World War I, 1917–1919: April 7-September 30, Volume 1
Nathan K. Finney
Editor: John T. Greenwood
Reviewed by Dr. Nathan K. Finney, lieutenant colonel, US Army, Indo-Pacific Command, founder of The Strategy Bridge and the Military Writers Guild
Thoroughly researched and cited, this first volume in an anticipated eight-book series covers the first five months of World War I. The book includes maps, photographs, and is indexed for ease of use.
Book Review: The Panzer Killers: The Untold Story of a Fighting General and His Spearhead Tank Division’s Charge into the Third Reich
Wylie W. Johnson
Author: Daniel P. Bolger
Reviewed by Rev. Dr. Wylie W. Johnson, US Army War College class of 2010
The Panzer Killers follows the story of World War II Major General Maurice Rose, chronicling his humble beginnings through his rise to being a decorated and accomplished Army commander who led by example.
Book Review: Fighting for Time: Rhodesia’s Military and Zimbabwe’s Independence
Charles G. Thomas
Author: Charles D. Melson
Reviewed by Charles G. Thomas, associate professor of comparative studies, Air University Global College
The struggle for Rhodesia, otherwise known as the Bush War, centered on the decolonization of Rhodesia and involved ugly racial dynamics. The reviewer sees this work as “as comprehensive and critical as a single volume may be about Rhodesia’s military during the Bush War.”
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