Subjects in the Combat Studies Institute list of readings on military professional development and leadership:

General Studies
Ancient History
War in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance
The Era of Fredrick II and Napoleon

Clausewitz
Civil War
The British Empire
World War I

J. F. C. Fuller and B. H. Liddell Hart
World War II
Korean War
Modern Warfare
Vietnam War
Falkland Island War
Arab-Israeli Wars

The Nuclear Age
The Moral Effects of Combat

Russian and Soviet Military History
East Asian Military History
Sea Power
Air Power
The Press

militarybooks.jpg

Combat Studies Institute - The Press

Home | Military News | USA | USMC | USN | USAF | USCG | United States Military History | Combat Studies Institute | Leadership Articles | Military Blog | Business Leadership | Law Enforcement Books | Military Resources | Contact Us | Site Map

(Click on book title for details or purchase)

 

 

Big story: How the American press and television reported and interpreted the crisis of Tet 1968 in Vietnam and Washington

Braestrup writes a thorough, accurate, readable study of the Tet 1968 offensive and the U.S. press.

 

The First Casualty: The War Correspondent As Hero and Myth-Maker from the Crimea to Kosovo

An outstanding narrative history of war correspondents, Knightley's account is excellent reading that provides valuable historical perspective.

© 2012 - 2016 Hi Tech Criminal Justice