Learning to Fight

Learning to Fight

Military Innovation and Change in the British Army, 1914-1918

Fox, Aimee

Cambridge University Press






15 a 20 dias

A new perspective on the British army and learning and innovation during the First World War, detailing the challenges and opportunities faced by an organisation in a time of crisis. Suitable for military practitioners, scholars and students interested in military history, the First World War, and civil-military relations.
Introduction; Part I. The Practice of Learning: 1. The legacy of the past; 2. A networked army; 3. Disseminating learning; Part II. Learning in Practice: 4. Inter-theatre; 5. Allies; 6. Civilian expertise; 7. Integrating newcomers; Conclusion.
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