Description - The Oxford Companion to American Military History by John Chambers
Drawing on contemporary scholarship in the field, "The Oxford Companion to American Military History" is a comprehensive one-volume guide to the study of war, peace and the military throughout American history. With 1000 alphabetically arranged entries, each written by a noted scholar, this work examines America's military past from the colonial era to the present, focusing not only on wars and military institutions, but also on their relationship to social, economic, political and cultural developments. The volume also covers conscientious objection and anti-war movements, as well as various efforts to limit the size and use of armed forces.
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Author Biography - John Chambers
John Whiteclay Chambers II is Professor of History and former chair of the History Department at Rutgers University. A distinguished scholar in American history and in war and peace studies, he is the author or editor of nearly a dozen books.