The Royal Navy in the Falklands Conflict and the Gulf War: Culture and Strategy

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Routledge, 2004 - History - 232 pages
This book suggests that institutional culture can account for a great deal of the activities and rationale of the Royal Navy. War highlights the role of culture in military organizations and as such acts as a spotlight by which this phenomenon can be assessed seperately and then in comparison in order to demonstrate the influence of institutional culture on strategy.
 

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