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Liddell Hart: A Study of His Military Thought
A careful analysis of Liddell Hart's thought and writings by a friend and pupil, this work is not a
The British Army and the Theory of Armored Warfare, 1918-1940
Professor Larson's prize-winning book traces the development of the controversy surrounding armored
warfare through the interwar years. Well written and thorough, his comprehensive study highlights the different ideas of Fuller
and Liddell Hart and describes the British experiments with tanks in the 1930s.
In this survey of world military history, Liddell Hart, the "Captain who taught Generals," emphasizes
his theory of the indirect approach. As Britain's most famous military journalist,
his theories and writings have influenced many armed forces.
The Tank Pioneers
Macksey provides an interesting evaluation of the development of armor during the interwar period.
He focuses on personalities but also includes studies of doctrine and technology.
"Boney" Fuller: Soldier, Strategist, and Writer 1878-1966 (Great War Stories)
This is a splendid biography of the life and work of a creative