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Author Howard, Michael, 1922-

Title Soldiers and governments : nine studies in civil-military relations / edited by Michael Howard
Published London : Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1957

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Description 192 pages ; 23 cm
Contents Introduction: the armed forces as a political problem, by M. Howard.--Great Britain: the Crimean War to the First World War, by R. Blake.--France: the French Army and politics, by G. Chapman.--Germany: from Scharnhorst to Schleicher, the Prussian Officer Corps in politics, 1806-1933, by F.L. Carsten.--Russia: army and autocracy, by G.H.N. Seton-Watson.--Japan: the military domination of Japanese policy, 1931-1945, by F.C. Jones.--Spain: rule by generals, by A.R.M. Carr.--Latin America: the caudilio tradition, by R.A. Humphreys.--The United States: civilian and military power, by D.W. Brogan
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Armed Forces -- Political activity.
Civil supremacy over the military.
Civil-military relations -- Case studies.
Militarism.
Sociology, Military.
World politics.
Author Howard, Michael, 1922-
LC no. a 58002310