Combining journalistic insight with historical hindsight, 100 Years of Warfare is an authoritative record of world military history from 1914 to the current day. Presented in a dramatic newspaper style, drawing on unique original photographs, and covering all the major battles from the First World War to the Global War on Terror, it’s packed with the information on crucial developments and details on the personalities who influenced the outcomes of wars across the world. With its novel approach, 100 Years of Warfare will fascinate both military enthusiasts and general readers looking for a comprehensive yet dramatic depiction of the campaigns and conflicts that have changed the face of the world over the last century.
Paul Brewer worked on War and Peace (Orbis 1983–85), a survey of military events and technology since 1945, and was managing editor of The Encyclopedia of World Terrorism (M.E. Sharpe,), the first serious and comprehensive encyclopedia on the subject of terrorism. He is the author of War in Focus (Carlton Books) and blogs on military and cultural history at warreadingroom.blogspot.com.