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Arms, Economics and British Strategy: From Dreadnoughts to Hydrogen Bombs (Cambridge Military Histories) 1st Edition by G Peden (Author) ISBN This book integrates strategy, technology and economics and presents a new way of looking at twentieth-century military history and Britain's decline as a great power.
Peden explores how from the Edwardian era to the s warfare was transformed by a series of innovations, including. "Arms, Economics and British Strategy is an outstanding book that will become central to our understanding of British military policy in the twentieth century." -Simon Ball, Diplomacy and Statecraft --This text refers to the hardcover by: Arms, Economics and British Strategy This book integrates strategy, technology and economics and presents a new way of looking at twentieth-century military history and Britain’s decline as a great power.
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Arms, Economics, and British Strategy: From Dreadnoughts to Hydrogen Bombs by G. Peden. Cambridge University Press,pp. George C. Peden is chair of history at the University of Stirling in Scotland and was educated at Dundee and Oxford. He focuses his research interests on twentieth-century British economic and political history and has published several prior.
Arms, Economics, and British Strategy: From Dreadnoughts to Hydrogen Bombs by G. Peden. Cambridge University Press,pp. George C. Peden is chair of history at the University of Stirling in Scotland and was educated at Dundee and Oxford.
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