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Martin van Creveld

Martin van Creveld

World authority on military strategy
Languages : English, Hebrew

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Martin van Creveld, formerly of the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, is one of the world's leading writers on military history and strategy, with a special interest in the future of war.

He has authored twenty books. The most important among them are Supplying War (1978), Command in War (1985), The Transformation of War (1991), The Changing Face of War: Lessons of Combat from the Marne to Iraq (2006), and The Culture of War (2008). He has also published extensively on other subjects,

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Martin van Creveld, formerly of the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, is one of the world's leading writers on military history and strategy, with a special interest in the future of war.

He has authored twenty books. The most important among them are Supplying War (1978), Command in War (1985), The Transformation of War (1991), The Changing Face of War: Lessons of Combat from the Marne to Iraq (2006), and The Culture of War (2008). He has also published extensively on other subjects, including the history of the state, women’s history and feminism, and American history. Between them, these books have been translated, or are being translated, into seventeen languages.

Martin van Creveld has consulted to the defense establishments of several countries, and taught or lectured at practically every institute of higher defense learning, military and civilian, from Canada to New Zealand and from Norway to South Africa. He has also appeared on countless television and radio programs, as well as writing for, and being interviewed by, hundreds of papers and magazines around the world.  

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