CONCRETE HELL URBAN WARFARE FROM STALINGRAD TO IRAQ PDF

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Louis A. The full text of this book is only available to members of institutions that have purchased access. If you belong to such an institution, please login or read more about How to Order. Throughout history cities have been at the center of warfare, from sieges to street-fighting, from peace-keeping to coups de mains. Sun Tzu admonished his readers of The Art of War that the lowest realization of warfare was to attack a fortified city. Indeed, although strategists have advised against it across the millennia, armies and generals have been forced nonetheless to attack and defend cities, and victory has required that they do it well.

In Concrete Hell Louis DiMarco has provided a masterful study of the brutal realities of urban warfare, of what it means to seize and hold a city literally block by block.

Such a study could not be more timely. We live in an increasingly urbanizing world, a military unprepared for urban operations is unprepared for tomorrow. Di Marco masterfully studies the successes and failures of past battles in order to provide lessons for today's tacticians.

Holger Herwig. Rodney Atwood. Jon Wise. John Childs. Scotland and the British Army, — : Defending the Union. Victoria Henshaw. Dimarco Osprey Publishing Ltd Preview Only The full text of this book is only available to members of institutions that have purchased access. Dimarco, L. Botley: Osprey Publishing Ltd. Dimarco, Louis A. Botley: Osprey Publishing Ltd, Bloomsbury Collections. Accessed June 5, Email x Concrete Hell Abstract Throughout history cities have been at the center of warfare, from sieges to street-fighting, from peace-keeping to coups de mains.

Share x. Buy This Book View additional resources. Book DOI Front matter Full Text Access Dedication pp. Full Text Access Foreword pp. Urban Warfare, Past and Future pp. Urban Combat in the 21st century pp. Back matter Bibliography pp. Glossary pp. About the Author p. Index pp.

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Concrete Hell: Urban Warfare from Stalingrad to Iraq

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Buy now. Throughout history cities have been at the center of warfare, from sieges to street-fighting, from peace-keeping to coups de mains. Sun Tzu admonished his readers of The Art of War that the lowest realization of warfare was to attack a fortified city. Indeed, although strategists have advised against it across the millennia, armies and generals have been forced nonetheless to attack and defend cities, and victory has required that they do it well. In Concrete Hell Louis DiMarco has provided a masterful study of the brutal realities of urban warfare, of what it means to seize and hold a city literally block by block.

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