Warfare in Europe 1919–1938

1st Edition

Geoffrey Jensen

Routledge
Published May 19, 2008
Reference - 558 Pages
ISBN 9780754625193 - CAT# Y234501
Series: The International Library of Essays on Military History

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Summary

Although ostensibly a time of peace, one of the richest and most fascinating periods in military history falls between the two world wars. With good reason, even today military theorists look to these years for relevant lessons. The articles and papers collected together in this volume highlight the major themes and developments of interwar military affairs in Europe, including the new doctrines of tank warfare, air power, German "Blitzkrieg", and Soviet operational art. They also demonstrate the important place of the major armed conflicts of the period, such as the Russian and Spanish Civil Wars, in European history.

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