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Between war and peace : how America ends its wars / edited by Matthew Moten
1st Free Press hardcover ed
New York : Free Press, c2011
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 3rd Floor  E181 .B57 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject United States -- History, Military -- Case studies
Subject(s) War -- Termination -- Case studies
Physical Description xii, 371 p. : maps ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 335-348) and index
Contents Yorktown: the final campaign of the war for American independence / Ira D. Gruber -- Plattsburgh 1814: warring for bargaining chips / Wayne E. Lee -- "A reckless waste of blood and treasure": the last campaign of the Second Seminole War / John W. Hall -- The U.S.war with Mexico: the difficulties of concluding a victorious war / Joseph G. Dawson -- The Civil War: a new definition of victory / Joseph T. Glatthaar -- The 300-years war / Peter Maslowski -- Bantangas: ending the Philippines war / Brian McAllister Linn -- The Meuse-Argonne offensive: the final battle of World War I / Edward M. Coffman -- Götterdämmerung: war's end in Europe, 1945 / Theodore A. Wilson -- The end of the Pacific War in World War II / Gerhard L. Weinberg -- Exerting air pressure and globalizing containment: war termination in Korea / Conrad C. Crane -- Vietnam: ending the lost war / Gian P. Gentile -- The cold war: ending by inadvertence / George C. Herring -- The United States in Iraq: terminating an interminable war / Andrew J. Bacevich
Alternate Author Moten, Matthew, 1960-

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