Table of contents for War made new : technology, warfare, and the course of modern history / Max Boot.

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Prologue: The Blitzkrieg of 1494
Introduction: Revolutions in Military Affairs
Part I: The Gunpowder Revolution
The Rise of the Gunpowder Age
1) Sail and Shot: The Spanish Armada, July 31-August 9, 1588
2) Missile and Muscle: Breitenfeld and Lützen, September 17, 1631-November 16, 1632
3) Flintlocks and Forbearance: Assaye, September 23, 1803
The Consequences of the Gunpowder Revolution
Part II: The Industrial Revolution
The Rise of the Industrial Age
4) Rifles and Railroads: Königgrätz, July 3, 1866
5) Maxim Guns and Dum Dums: Omdurman, September 2, 1898
6) Steel and Steam: Tsushima, May 27-28, 1905
The Consequences of the Industrial Revolution
Part III: The Second Industrial Revolution
The Rise of the Second Industrial Age
7) Tanks and Terror: France, May 10-June 22, 1940
8) Flattops and Torpedoes: Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941
9) Superfortresses and Firebombs: Tokyo, March 9-10, 1945
The Consequences of the Second Industrial Revolution
Part IV: The Information Revolution
The Rise of the Information Age
10) Professionalism and Precision: Kuwait and Iraq, January 17-February 28, 1991
11) Special Forces and Horses: Afghanistan, October 7-December 6, 2001
12) Humvees and I.E.D.¿s: Iraq, March 20, 2003-May 1, 2005 
The Consequences of the Information Revolution
Part V: Revolutions Past, Present, Future
13): Revolutions to Come
Epilogue: Five Hundred Years and Counting: What the Past Teaches About the Future

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Military history, Modern.
Military art and science -- Technological innovations.