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Harold A Winters; Gerald E Galloway Jr; William J Reynolds; David W Rhyne
|Description:||ix-317 p. : ill., couv. ill. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Contents: 1 Storms, Fair Weather, and Chance Kamikazes, Dunkirk, and Normandy 2 Too Much and Too Wet The Civil War Mud March and Flander's Fields 3 Clouds and Fog The Bulge and Khe Sanh 4 Invading Another Climate as Seasons Change Napoleon and Hitler Russia 5 Forests and Jungles The Wilderness and the Ia Drang Valley 6 Terrains and Corridors The American Civil War's Eastern Theater and World War I Verdun 7 Troubled Waters River Crossings at Arnhem and Remagen 8 Glaciers Shape the Land Alpine Fighting and the Road to Moscow 9 Peninsulas and Sea Coasts Anzio and Inchon 10 Island Battles Tarawa and Iwo Jima 11 Hot, Wet, and Sick New Guinea and Dien Bien Phu 12 Heat, Rock, and Sand The Western Desert and the Sinai|
|Responsibility:||Harold A. Winters ; with Gerald E. Galloway Jr, William J. Reynolds and David W. Rhyne.|
A remarkable guide to nature's effects on the conduct of military operations... Accessible to the layman but still of considerable utility for the expert, this book belongs on the shelf of any