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The Proceedings of the CSI 2010 Military History Symposium

The Proceedings of the CSI 2010 Military History Symposium - Cultivating Army Leaders: Historical Perspectives

By Kendall D. Gott

279 Pages

Published: 2011

These Proceedings are the eighth volume to be published in a series generated by the annual Military History Symposium hosted by the Combat Studies Institute. Each year, these conferences bring together both military and civilian historians, as well as formal and informal students of military history, literally from around the world. They gather for the purpose of presenting ideas and points of view on current military issues from a historical perspective.

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The Proceedings of the CSI 2009 Military History Symposium - The US Army and the Media in Wartime: Historical Perspectives

The Proceedings of the CSI 2009 Military History Symposium - The US Army and the Media in Wartime: Historical Perspectives

By Kendall D. Gott

308 Pages

Published: 2010

These Proceedings are the seventh volume to be published in a series generated by the annual Military History Symposium hosted by the Combat Studies Institute. Each year, these conferences bring together both military and civilian historians, as well as formal and informal students of military history, literally from around the world, for the purposes of presenting ideas and points of view on current military issues from a historical perspective.

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The Proceedings of the CSI 2008 Military History Symposium - The US Army and the Interagency Process: Historical Perspectives

The Proceedings of the CSI 2008 Military History Symposium - The US Army and the Interagency Process: Historical Perspectivess

By Kendall D. Gott

308 Pages

Published: 2008

These Proceedings are the seventh volume to be published in a series generated by the annual Military History Symposium hosted by the Combat Studies Institute. Each year, these conferences bring together both military and civilian historians, as well as formal and informal students of military history, literally from around the world, for the purposes of presenting ideas and points of view on current military issues from a historical perspective.

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The Proceedings of the CSI 2007 Military History Symposium - Warfare in the Age of Non-State Actors

The Proceedings of the CSI 2007 Military History Symposium - Warfare in the Age of Non-State Actors

By Kendall D. Gott

395 Pages

Published: 2007

The annual Combat Studies Institute Military History Symposium, now in its fifth year, provides a forum for the interchange of ideas on historical topics pertinent to the current doctrinal concerns of the United States Army. Furthermore, the Symposium solicits input from a diverse group of military personnel, government historians, civilian academicians, journalists and thinkers in a setting that promotes the exchange of ideas and information.

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The Proceedings of the CSI 2006 Military History Symposium - Security Assistance: U.S. and International Historical Perspectives

The Proceedings of the CSI 2006 Military History Symposium - Security Assistance: U.S. and International Historical Perspectives

By Kendall D. Gott

702 Pages

Published: 2006

These proceedings are the fourth volume to be published in a series generated by the Combat Studies Institute’s annual Military History Symposium, this year sponsored by the US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC). The Annual Military History Symposiums provide a forum for the interchange of ideas on historical topics pertinent to the current doctrinal concerns of the United States Army. In pursuit of this goal the Combat Studies Institute brought together a diverse group of military personnel, government historians, and civilian academicians in a forum that promoted the exchange of ideas and information.

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The Proceedings of the CSI 2005 Military History Symposium - An Army at War: Change in the Midst of Conflict

The Proceedings of the CSI 2005 Military History Symposium - An Army at War: Change in the Midst of Conflict

By John J. McGrath (Gen. Ed.)

689 Pages

Published: 2005

These proceedings are the third volume to be published in a series generated by the annual military history symposium sponsored by the US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC). Each year, these conferences bring togeth-er both military and civilian historians, as well as formal and informal students of military history, literally from around the world, for the purposes of presenting ideas and points of view on current military issues from a historical perspective.

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The Proceedings of the CSI 2004 Military History Symposium - Turning Victory Into Success

The Proceedings of the CSI 2004 Military History Symposium - Turning Victory Into Success

By LTC Brian M. De Toy, Ph.D. (Gen. Ed.)

339 Pages

Published: 2004

The second annual military symposium took place at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas from 14 to 16 September 2004. The US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) sponsored the event and the US Army Combined Arms Center’s Combat Studies Institute (CSI) served as its host. The symposium brought together civilian historians and military officers for the purpose of discussing a variety of historical case studies and the ways in which they can illuminate current military issues and operations.

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The Proceedings of the CSI 2003 Military History Symposium - Armed Diplomacy: Two Centuries of American Campaigning

The Proceedings of the CSI 2003 Military History Symposium - Armed Diplomacy: Two Centuries of American Campaigning

By LTC Kevin W. Farrell, Ph.D. (Gen. Ed.)

295 Pages

Published: 2003

The first annual military history symposium sponsored by the US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) and hosted by the Combat Studies Institute (CSI) at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, took place in August 2003. It brought together an outstanding group of civilian historians and military officers for the purpose of discussing a variety of historical case studies and the ways in which they illuminate current military issues and operations.

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