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Tango0105 Nov 2023 8:36 p.m. PST

"The Wandering Army by Huw J. Davies adds a new perspective to long-established scholarly debates on the British way of war. Whereas most scholars agree the British navy holds a special place of honor in understanding any conceptual British way of war, Davies instead promotes a boots-on-the-ground approach centered on the expeditionary nature of British arms. In this telling, the British army's ability to institutionally develop, distribute, and apply knowledge during the long 18th century led to a worldwide military enlightenment.


The Wandering Army by Huw J. Davies adds a new perspective to long-established scholarly debates on the British way of war. Whereas most scholars agree the British navy holds a special place of honor in understanding any conceptual British way of war, Davies instead promotes a boots-on-the-ground approach centered on the expeditionary nature of British arms. In this telling, the British army's ability to institutionally develop, distribute, and apply knowledge during the long 18th century led to a worldwide military enlightenment…"


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Tango0107 Nov 2023 5:20 p.m. PST

Have anyone read this book?


If the answer is yes… comments please?

Thanks in advance…


Armand

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