Military innovation in the interwar period / edited by Williamson Murray, Allan R. Millett.

In 1914, the armies and navies that faced each other were alike right down to the strengths of their companies and battalions and the designs of their battleships and cruisers. Differences were of degree rather than essence. During the interwar period, however, the armed forces grew increasingly asy...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Murray, Williamson, (Editor), Millett, Allan Reed, (Editor)
Format: Book
Published: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1996.
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Table of Contents:
  • Armored warfare : the British, French, and German experiences / Williamson Murray
  • Assault from the sea-the development of amphibious warfare between the wars : the American, British, and Japanese experiences / Allan R. Millett
  • Strategic bombing : the British, American, and German experiences / Williamson Murray
  • Close air support : the German, British, and American experiences, 1918-1941 / Richard R. Muller
  • Adopting the aircraft carrier : the British, American, and Japanese case sstudies / Geoffrey Till
  • Innovation ignored-the submarine problem : Germany, Britain, and the United States, 1919-1939 / Holger H. Herwig
  • From radio to radar : interwar military adaptation to technological change in Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States / Alan Beyerchen
  • Innovation : past and future / Williamson Murray
  • Patterns of military innovation in the interwar period / Allan R. Millett
  • Military innovation in peacetime / Barry Watts and Williamson Murray.