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This collection of new essays from specialists in military history examines the interdependence between war and technology from a number of regional perspectives.

Type

Chapter

Book title

The Means to Kill: Essays on the Interdependence of War and Technology from Ancient Rome to the Age of Drones

Publisher

McFarland

Publication Date

19/11/2015

Pages

126 - 136

Keywords

History