Technology and War From B C to the Present In this impressive work van Creveld considers man s use of technology over the past years and its impact on military organization weaponary logistics intelligence communications transporta

  • Title: Technology and War: From 2000 B.C. to the Present
  • Author: Martin van Creveld
  • ISBN: 9780029331538
  • Page: 414
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this impressive work, van Creveld considers man s use of technology over the past 4,000 years and its impact on military organization, weaponary, logistics, intelligence, communications, transportation, and command This revised paperback edition has been updated to include an account of the range of technology in the recent Gulf War 12 photographs.

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    1. "To read the signs, our age also displays these symptoms. Partly because of the nuclear threat, partly because of the modern fascination with advanced technology per se, and partly for deeply rooted socio-ideological reasons, weapons are being turned into toys and convention war into an elaborate, but fundamentally pointless, game. While games can be nice while they last, in our age too there is a real danger that they will be upset by barbarians who, refusing to abide by the rules, pick up the [...]

    2. I am giving this book three stars only because I felt as if the author was writing to more highly educated reader. You can tell this author has a PhD because he was constantly using words that I had no idea what they meant, let alone heard of. Plus his constant use of Latin and foreign quotes and phrases.To the content of the book, I thought it was a simple summary of almost four thousand years of technology in warfare. It was well researched and put together.If you have a few days to kill and g [...]

    3. It was alright. I found some points interesting, but overall it wasn't really my cup of tea.This book is more for people who really enjoy history and the integration of technological advances into military history. Van Creveld's analysis is very spot on, and it does provide some thought-provoking arguments to the way war is addressed nowadays.

    4. i'm reading this book for work, and in addition to the fact that it has been extremely helpful in my research, i also find it to be well-written and quite interesting.

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