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Authors: Paul van Els and Frank Witkam

-military contexts. The earliest Art of War adaptations were published over half a century ago in the field of commerce, as parallels can easily be drawn between the competitive arena of trade and the combative theatre of war. To this day, bookstores offer a choice of business adaptations with titles such as The

In: Journal of Chinese Military History
Author: Robert Niebuhr

Bolivian Foreign Relations, 1935-1946.” Ph.D. Dissertation, The American University, 1967. Weiss, Andrew Simon. “Peasant Adaptations to Urban Life in Highland Bolivia.” Ph.D. Dissertation, Yale University, 1975. Journal Articles Contreras , Manuel . “ Debt, Taxes, and War: The

In: War and Veterans
Author: Sam Bowker

paintings complements similar appropriations within the Australian War Memorial’s art collection. The use of the empty chair in Beattie’s Image for a Dead Man evokes a similar adaptation of the still life as a protest image by the leading Australian modernist painter Grace Cossington Smith (1892

In: War and Art

half years of their existence, illiteracy among soldiers was almost eliminated, and significant work on their further adaptation to civil life was done. The education received by the Ukrainian soldiers in the camps for internees enabled them to continue their training in civil life. Also there is an

In: War and Veterans
Author: Andrea Siotto

the altar of dusty and ineffective military traditions. This book continues the slow but continual demolition of this inaccurate portrait carried out by historians in the past two decades. Focused on the adaptation to modern warfare, the investigation falls naturally on the difficult and slippery

In: Vulcan

., isbn 978-965-566-972-5. Dani Asher  177 After 1990 Marcus, Raphael D.: Israel’s Long War with Hezbollah: Military Innovation and Adaptation Under Fire (Washington DC, 2018), viii+330 pp., isbn 978-1-62616-610-3. Yagil Henkin  179

In: International Journal of Military History and Historiography

humorously considers preventive and preemptive war by examining the shoot-out between Han Solo and the bounty hunter Greedo, tweaked three times in various re-releases of A New Hope . Chapter 17 and Chapter 20 offer interesting insights about strategic shifts and adaptation, and Chapter 28 challenges the

In: Vulcan

definitions are not fixed or predetermined, but rather, socially constructed. 11 If that is the case, then there is no fixed definition of the terms, and they will remain moot. Furthermore, “significant in scope and impact” has led to exploration of “military adaptation” – change on a smaller scale and

In: International Journal of Military History and Historiography

published. Dani Asher Israeli Commission for Military History After 1990 Marcus, Raphael D.: Israel’s Long War with Hezbollah: Military Innovation and Adaptation Under Fire (Washington DC, 2018), viii+330 pp., isbn 978-1-62616-610-3. Raphael D. Marcus’s Israel’s Long War with

In: International Journal of Military History and Historiography

: Errance , 1986 ). Brunaux Jean-Louis , and Patrice Méniel . La résidence aristocratique de Montmartin (Oise) du iii e au IIe s. av. J.-C . ( Paris : Éditions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme , 1997 ). Busetto Anna . “ Linguistic adaptation as cultural

In: International Journal of Military History and Historiography