Table of contents for The past as prologue : the importance of history to the military profession / edited by Williamson Murray and Richard Hart Sinnreich.

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Table of Contents:
Chapter 1.....Introduction
Williamson Murray and Richard Hart Sinnreich
Chapter 2.....Military History and the History of War
Sir Michael Howard
Part I: History and the Military Profession
Chapter 3.....The Relevance of Military History to the Military Profession: A British
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John Kiszely
Chapter 4.....The Relevance of Military History to the Military Profession: A U.S.
Marine's
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Paul Van Riper
Chapter 5..... Awkward Partners: Military History and American military Education
Richard Hart Sinnreich
Chapter 6.....Thoughts on Military History and the Profession of Arms
Williamson Murray
Part II: The Influences of History on the Military Profession
Chapter 7.....Thucydides as Educator
Paul Rahe
Chapter 8.....Clausewitz, History, and the Future Strategic World
Colin Gray
Chapter 9.....History and the Nature of Strategy
John Gooch
Chapter 10.....Military Transformation in Long Periods of Peace
Andrew Gordon
Chapter 11.....Military History and the Pathology of Lessons Learned: The Russo-
Japanese War
Jonathan Bailey
Chapter 12.....Obstacles to Innovation and Readiness: The British Army's Experience,
1919-
1939
Paul Harris
Chapter 13.....What History Suggests About Terrorism and Its Future
Christopher Harmon
Chapter 14.....Civil-Military Relations and the Future
Frank Hoffman

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Military history -- Study and teaching.
Military art and science.