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On Killing: The Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill in War and Society
by Dave Grossman

Lt. Col. Dave Grossman draws unsettling, even sinister parallels between the psychological conditioning required to make soldiers kill in war and the similar effect ...

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A book that is frightening in it's implications of modern day "recreational" pastrimes. Excellent read, well documented.
—Updated Jul 21, 2005



Guns on the Early Frontiers: From Colonial Times to the Years of the Western Fur Trade (Dover Military History, Weapons, Armor)
by Carl P. Russell

This excellent reference work identifies the guns used in America during the era of eastern settlement and the westward advance of the frontier — particularly the ...




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—Updated Jul 21, 2005



The Artillery of the Dukes of Burgundy, 1363-1477 (Armour and Weapons)
by Robert Douglas Smith, Kelly DeVries

The four Valois Dukes of Burgundy created, in little more than a century, a fabulously wealthy and independent state. Their centralised control and chancellery have ...

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English Civil War Artillery 1642-51 (New Vanguard)
by Chris Henry

At the beginning of the English Civil War it was clear that artillery was to play a significant part in the conflict, as so many battles were fought by siege. Both ...




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Arms and Armor in Colonial America, 1526-1783
by Harold L. Peterson

Well-written, carefully documented work, considered the best single-volume survey of the subject, covers two and a half centuries of firearms, ammunition, edged ...

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A top-notch resource for understanding the European weapons that were used in the colonization of the New World by Spanish, English, French and Dutch colonists from the earliest explorations into the present-day US by the Spaniards, to the end of the American War for ...
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—Updated Jul 21, 2005 :: 1 of 1 members found this review helpful



The Cutting Edge: A Practical Guide to the Use of Scottish Highland Weapons "The Complete Edition"
by Larry L Andrews

As the title states this book is a practical guide to fighting with some of the foremost weapons used by the ancient Scottish Highlander: the broadsword and targe, ...




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—Updated Jul 21, 2005



Armor Attacks: The Tank Platoon - An Interactive Exercise in Small-Unit Tactics and Leadership
by John F. Antal

You're in charge of the battle outcome as an M1 Abrams tank platoon leader in this exciting, interactive work.

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—Updated Jul 21, 2005



Longbow: A Social and Military History
by Robert Hardy

This revised and expanded edition chronicles the history of the longbow from the earliest known example used 8000 years ago, through its coming of age at the ...




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—Updated Jul 21, 2005



Firepower: Weapons Effectiveness On The Battlefield, 1630- 1750
by B.p. Hughes

A classic study of the evolving use of infanty and artillery weapons from Gustavus Adolphus to Britain's conquest of India.




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—Updated Jul 21, 2005



Arms and Armor: Notable Acquisitions 1991–2002 (Metropolitan Museum of Art Series)
by Stuart W. Pyhrr, Donald J. LaRocca, Morihiro Ogawa

A celebration of more than a decade of collecting by the Metropolitan Museum's Department of Arms and Armor since the reinstallation of its permanent galleries in ...

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