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1. Strategic and Military Planning under the Fog of Peace, Talbot Imlay and Monica Duffy Toft 2. Strategic and Military Planning, 1815-1856, Louise Richardson 3. Russian War Planning, 1815-1856, Frederick W. Kagan 4. Austria, Prussia and the German Confederation: the Defense of Central Europe, 1815-1854, Lawrence Sondhaus 5. Strategic and Military Planning, 1871-1914, David Stevenson 6. Command Decision-making: Imperial Germany, 1871-1914, Holger H. Herwig 7. British Preparation for Global Naval War, 1904-1914, John Tetsuro Sumida 8. Strategic and Military Planning, 1919-1939, Talbot Imlay 9. Catching the wave: the RAF pursues a RMA, 1919-1939, John Ferris 10. Transforming to Victory: the US Navy, Carrier Aviation, and Preparing for War in the Pacific, Andrew F. Krepinevich, Jr. 11. US Objectives and Plans for War with the Soviet Union, 1946-1954, David Kaiser 12. From the Fall of France to the Force de Frappe: The Remaking of French Military Power, 1945- 1962, Charles G. Cogan 13. Conclusion: Seven Lessons Learned from the Fog of Peace, Talbot Imlay and Monica Duffy Toft Bibliography
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Military planning -- Case studies -- Congresses.
Military planning -- Europe -- History -- Congresses.
Military planning -- United States -- History -- Congresses.
Peace -- Research -- Congresses.