5 edition of Fatal victories found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 257-268) and index.
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The author gives you a personal description of the leaders involved, discusses the major issues, what led up to the battle, the battle itself, and the long-term results of the battle.
This is important, since this is a discussion of fatal victories, in which the winner was ultimately the loser/5(8). Fatal Victories book.
Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A bull's eye performance.-Publishers Weekly Unique and thought-provo /5. The fatal victory is a battlefield success which Fatal victories book the victor the war.
It is often a brilliant, smashing success, such as Hannibal's triumph at Cannae, celebrated for two millennia as the absolute masterpiece of military tactics. But as a victory it was fatal. Hannibal mistook the battle for the war, and as a result, Carthage was destroyed, utterly.
This is important, since this is a discussion of fatal victories, in which the winner was ultimately the loser. Pearl Harbor, for instance, was a clear victory for Japan which ultimately doomed them.
The Tet Offensive was a major victory for the US, but in Fatal victories book of perception, it wrecked credibility at home for the military and ended in US defeat/5(8). Fatal Victories by William Weir and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Fatal Victories by Weir, William - AbeBooks Passion for.
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book by william c frenette. Publish your book with B&: Weir, William. Fatal Victories. Internal SKU: H11G Publisher: Avon Books Aug 1 ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Affairs of empire: The absolute masterpiece: B.C., Cannae (Second Punic War) ; Who's afraid of the big bad Hun?: A.D., Chalons (Attila's invasion of Gaul) --Matters of religion: What happened at Hattin:Hattin (Second Crusade) ; The blind leading the blind: A dramatic account of 14 military engagements where victory came at a high price.
Journeys into the fiery heart of cavalry charges and guerrilla warfare, from Bunker Hill to Pearl Harbor, and into the minds of strategists who unwittingly proved that, in war, success can sometimes be fatal.
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