German Military Effectiveness



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The effectiveness of military organizations Allan R. Millett, Williamson Murray, and Kenneth H. Watman; 2. Britain in the First World War Paul Kennedy; 3. The dynamics of necessity: German military policy during the First World War Holger H. Herwig; 4. American military effectiveness in the First World War Timothy K. Nenninger; /5(9). Read "War, Strategy, and Military Effectiveness" by Williamson Murray available from Rakuten Kobo. This collection of articles represents Professor Williamson Murray's efforts to elucidate the role that history should p Brand: Cambridge University Press. Militaries have increasingly opened combat roles to women, but critics warn this will lower standards and effectiveness. Historical evidence suggests integrating women into combat roles would not impact effectiveness, and perhaps even increase it under certain circumstances. From the Biblical prophet-general Deborah, to anti-Roman rebel queen Boudica, to Soviet sniper ace Lyudmila Pavlichenko.   Why was the Wehrmacht so effective? Many contemporaries considered the Wehrmacht to be a very effective fighting force. Similarly, many historians consider it combat effective as well.

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German Military Effectiveness is a collection of essays which will service military historians and professionals who are interested in Germany's military development in the twentieth century.

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