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War : Perspectives from the Engelsberg Seminar 2015Autor: Dick Harrison, Richard J. Evans, Tom Holland, Jessica Stern, Dr. Rob Johnson, Hew Strachan, Peter Pomerantsev, Nathan Shachar, Lawrence Freedman, Rolf Ekéus, Andrew Preston, Rana Mitter, Elisabeth Kendall, Malise Ruthven, Janne Haaland Matláry, Philip Bobbitt, Christopher Coker, Gregory Feifer, Charly Salonius-Pasternak, David J. Betz, Lilia Shevtsova, Kimberly Kagan, Alexey Arbatov, Frederick Kagan, Fredrik Logevall Czyta: Leighton Pugh Audiobook
It has been claimed that around 14,500 wars have been fought since 3,500 BC. Humanity has only experienced 300 years of peace on Earth. During the twentieth century more people in total, were killed in wars, than during any previous century. Relatively, though we kill each other less often now. Are we gradually becoming more peaceful?
From the conflicts of antiquity to the dynamics of modern terrorism, this audio book is about war as a creator and destroyer of states and civilizations.
This anthology is divided into 30 chapters, and is read by Leighton Pugh.