War: Identities in Conflict, 1300-2000
Bertrand Taithe, Tim Thornton
Sutton, 1998 - History - 280 pages
Begins a series for undergraduates and general readers without specialized knowledge that will focus on particular themes throughout different historical periods and conclude with a bibliographical essay. The 16 essays are grouped according to major historiographical debates into sections on nation
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