A history of warfare is perhaps the most remarkable study of warfare that has yet been written the new york times book review how to be a good creature a memoir in thirteen animals by sy montgomery this is a beautiful book essential reading for anyone who loves animals and knows how much they can teach us about being human . A history of warfare is a book by military historian john keegan which was published in 1993 by random house summary keegan discusses early warfare the proliferation of bronze age warfare and then iron age warfare greek hoplites and phalanxes roman legions and maniples he also talks about the conquests of the horse . By no means a history of warfare and that title is a cheating of the buyer the book is also not even a book in itself but just an overgrown academic pompous 400 pages essay with no structure or clear idea of what it wants and where it goes. Warfare has been a part of the human condition throughout recorded history and invariably results from the tribe mentality inherent in human communities and their fear or mistrust of another different tribe as manifested in the people of another region culture or religion
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