By Damian O'Connor
Wooden ships gave solution to ironclads, to dreadnoughts, to companies; eu empires rose, competed and fell; overall wars wracked the globe and culminated in new guns that threatened to finish civilisation itself; terrorism mutated from an remoted nuisance to a chance to the worldwide manner of life.
Throughout those revolutions, the Royal United providers Institute has served British defence at its very middle. A historical past of the Institute is a heritage of British defence considering and the various fierce – and occasionally outstanding – debates that raged in public and in the back of the closed doorways of presidency and military.
Between Peace and conflict deals a full of life and insightful survey of this impressive interval of British and overseas heritage, during the lens of an establishment that either mirrored and formed the unfolding British method of a altering, and infrequently harmful, world.
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Between Peace and War: British Defence and the Royal United Services Institute, 1831-2010 by Damian O'Connor