Advice for Advisors: Suggestions and Observations from Lawrence to the Present

Advice for Advisors: Suggestions and Observations from Lawrence to the Present : Suggestions and Observations from Lawrence to the Present

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From Lawrence of Arabia to Operation Desert Storm, this authoritative new anthology presents 14 insightful, first-person accounts and valuable lessons from the soldiers who have advised foreign armies in various times and places over the last 100 years. Each article presents valuable lessons, insights, and suggestions from the author's firsthand experiences, allowing readers to make their own judgments and analysis in support of their unique requirements. The articles are presented without editing or commentary, providing unvarnished lessons fresh from the combat zones where they were learned. Military professionals and history buffs alike will find much interest in this unique official publication.



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  • Paperback | 193 pages
  • 152.4 x 226.06 x 12.7mm | 317.51g
  • English
  • 0160768756
  • 9780160768750

About Dr Robert D Ramsey

United States Dept. of Defense
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