This book, the fifth in a set of six, is part of my Desk General Series. Here readers will encounter a variety of discussion posts, essays and theses on a range of topics in military history. It is my hope that readers will be able to experience some of the Norwich University program as I did. Essays on strategy, tactics, philosophy, battle, injuries, conscription, espionage, nuclear warfare, Western and n-Western warfare, asymmetrical warfare, 4GW, weapons, gunpowder, revolution, Jomini, George Washington, Adolf Hitler, Grant and Lee, Sun-tzu, and much more is found in this content rich series. Readers will come away from my series with a well-rounded kwledge of military history, philosophy and theory. They will also gain a better understanding of warfare: its evolution, its persistence in human history and its future.
Veronica Kuzniar Clark earned her B.A. at CSUSM with high honors in '05, her M.A. from Norwich University with honors in '09, and she completed one year of doctoral studies in Organizational Psychology at the University of the Rockies with a 4.00 GPA in 2010. She is the author of more than thirty books.