The Social History of the Machine Gun

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Arno Press, 1975 - History - 186 pages
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User Review  - Hadrian - Goodreads

The title explains well the purpose of this book. The machine gun was an instance of a technological revolution, but one which faced substantial resistance from conservative army leadership which was ... Read full review

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User Review  - Steve Scott - Goodreads

An outstanding overview of the development of the machine gun through history. Moreover, it gives an insightful analysis of the use of the weapon and it's social impact worldwide. Ellis's book was ... Read full review

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JSTOR: The Social History of the Machine Gun
The Social History of the Machine Gun. By John Ellis. New York: Panthe- on Books, 1975. Pp. 186; illustrations. $4.95. Because of the publicity surrounding ...
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The aesthetics of military hardware
The Social History of the Machine Gun. is. exactly what its title indicates, and is a de-. light for the military sociologist and the his- ...
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Megan mcardle (March 07, 2008) - The roots of genius
On this subject I enthusiastically recommend /The Social History of the Machine Gun/ by John Ellis. It has great stuff on Maxim and the other inventors, ...
meganmcardle.theatlantic.com/ archives/ 2008/ 03/ the_roots_of_genius.php

Humanist Archives Vol. 5 : Responses: 5.0082 Gatling/Machine Guns ...
John Ellis, *The Social History of the Machine Gun* [New York: Pantheon, 1975], p. 94). Of course a Maxim gun isn't a Gatling gun, but an example of the ...
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The Cartography of Death
... as John Ellis wrote in his classic monograph The Social History of the Machine Gun, quite evident to those who cared to look at events in Africa. ...
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his course will attempt to survey central issues in the historical ...
Week 4: Oct 1: John Ellis, The Social History of the Machine Gun. Weeks 5-8: The Second World War: Asia and the Pacific. Week 5: Oct 8 ...
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May-Ling Sie: Tony de Latour’s Machine Guns
John Ellis, writing in The Social History of the Machine Gun, for example, plots the course of the contradiction between romantic idealism expressed as a ...
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A brief social history of active noise control in ducts—[The ...
... the machine gun, will also be considered [John Ellis, The Social History of the Machine Gun (The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 1975)].
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Welcome to the Sociology Department at The University of Auckland ...
Quoted in John Ellis (1986) The Social History of the Machine Gun, Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, p.24. The Scientific Transformation of War ...
www.arts.auckland.ac.nz/ online/ sociol311/ 311_lecture9.htm

Timothy Moy - Structure Ascendant - Technology and Culture 46:4
Jeffrey J. Clarke, review of John Ellis, The Social History of the Machine Gun, Technology and Culture 18 (1977): 262–63; Edward C. Ezell, review of Merritt ...
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