By James C. Bradford
With greater than 60 essays , A better half to American army heritage provides a accomplished research of the historiography of usa army historical past from the colonial period to the present.
- Covers the whole spectrum folks background from the Indian and imperial conflicts of the 17th century to the battles in Afghanistan and Iraq
- Features an unheard of breadth of insurance from eminent army historians and rising students, together with little studied issues corresponding to the army and tune, army ethics, care of the lifeless, and sports
- Surveys and evaluates the simplest scholarship on each very important period and topic
- Summarizes present debates and identifies components the place conflicting interpretations are short of additional study
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The status of American military history as an academic discipline has been surveyed regularly in books and professional journals over the last 50 years (Morton intro duction 3 1962; Mahon 1965; Millett 1970; Weigley 1975; Kaegi 1981; Kennedy 1989; Charters, Milner, and Wilson 1992; Coffman 1997; Black 2004, Moyar 2007), and most recently by academic historians in a Round Table (2007) in The Journal of American History, and in a collection of essays in the journal Academic Questions (Bunting 2008, Lynn 2008).
Parkman, Francis (1851). The Conspiracy of Pontiac. C. Little and J. B. Brown. Parkman, Francis (1884). Montcalm and Wolf, 2 vols. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co. Parkman, Francis (1892). A Half Century of Conﬂict. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co. Pargellis, Stanley M. (1933). Lord Loudoun in North America, 1756–1758. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Peckham, Howard (1961 ). Pontiac and the Indian Uprising. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Penhallow, Samuel (1726). The History of the Wars of New-England, with the Eastern Indians.
Weigley marked the mid-nineteenth century as the period in which Americans deﬁned their military culture. Thus, American military historians have had little reason to look back from the Civil War beyond the Mexican War. The War of American Independence, let alone the distant seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, is a stretch. Those historians who have focused on the twentieth century question the relevancy of colonial period military developments for understanding modern US military history. For example, when Brian Linn (2002) critiqued the “Weigley Thesis” in “The American Way of War Revisited,” he made virtually no mention of how Americans’ military experience in the two and a half centuries before the Civil War shaped the parameters of the American way of war.
A Companion to American Military History by James C. Bradford