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USAFA H-100 - Introduction to Military History

USAFA H-100 - Introduction to Military History

Edited by: Clifford J. Rogers and Ty Seidule

This volume supports the United States Air Force Academy course History H-100: Introduction to Military History.

It is a selection of 28 chapters from the full 71-chapter West Point History of Warfare, including:

  1. European Military Development, 1848–1871
  2. An American Empire
  3. The Russo-Japanese War, 1904–1905
  4. Europe’s Path to World War
  5. 1914: Strategies, War Plans, and Opening Moves
  6. Stalemate and Response, 1914–1915
  7. The Global War in 1915
  8. 1916: Industrial War and Battles of Attrition
  9. Political Challenges and Strategic Reevaluation, 1917
  10. 1918: The Year of Decision
  11. WWI: Overwhelming the Germans and Victory
  12. The Continental Powers in the Interwar Period
  13. The United Kingdom, Japan, and United States in the Interwar Period
  14. German Years of Victory
  15. The Germans Turn East: Operation Barbarossa and the Beginnings of the Final Solution
  16. Japan Strikes: From Pearl Harbor to Midway
  17. The Allies Turn the Tide
  18. Peoples and Economies at War
  19. Strategic Sea Power and Airpower
  20. Waging Global War
  21. Victory in Europe
  22. The Defeat of Japan
  23. The Cold War 1945–1973: Containment and the Nuclear Era
  24. The Wars of Decolonization
  25. Revolutionary War in Southeast Asia, 1954–1965
  26. American Escalation in Vietnam, 1965–1967
  27. American De-Escalation in Vietnam, 1968–1972
  28. Encountering and Responding to Limits: The Superpowers in the Cold War, 1968–1991

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