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The evolution of US Army tactical doctrine, 1946-76 by Robert A. Doughty1
Nomonhan : Japanese-Soviet tactical combat, 1939 by Edward J. Drea2
"Not war but like war" : the American intervention in Lebanon by Roger J. Spiller3
The dynamics of doctrine : the changes in German tactical doctrine during the First World War by Timothy T. Lupfer4
Fighting the Russians in winter : three case studies by Allen F. Chew5
Soviet night operations in World War II by Claude R. Sasso6
The Soviet Strategic Offensive in Manchuria, 1945: 'August Storm' (Soviet (Russian) Study of War) by David M. Glantz7
Soviet Operational and Tactical Combat in Manchuria, 1945: 'August Storm' (Soviet (Russian) Study of War) by David M. Glantz8
Defending the Driniumor : covering force operations in New Guinea, 1944 by Edward J. Drea9
Chemical warfare in World War I : the American experience, 1917-1918 by Charles E. Heller10
Rangers : selected combat operations in World War II by Michael J. King11
Seek, Strike and Destroy: U.S. Army Tank Destroyer Doctrine in World War II [Leavenworth Papers No. 12] by Christopher R. Gabel12
Counterattack on the Naktong, 1950 by William Glenn Robertson13
Dragon operations : hostage rescues in the Congo, 1964-1965 by Thomas P. Odom14
Power Pack: U.S. Intervention in the Dominican Republic (1965-1966) by Lawrence Yates15
Deciding what has to be done : General William E. DePuy and the 1976 edition of FM 100--5, operations by Paul H. Herbert16
The Petsamo-Kirkenes Operation : Soviet breakthrough and pursuit in the Arctic, October 1944 by James F. Gebhardt17
Japan's Battle of Okinawa, April-June 1945 by Thomas M. Huber18
Scenes from an unfinished war : low-intensity conflict in Korea, 1966-1969 by Daniel P. Bolger19
Russian-Soviet Unconventional Wars in the Caucasus, Central Asia & Afghanistan by Robert F. Baumann20
The 1973 Arab-Israeli War: The Albatross of Decisive Victory by George W. Gawrych21
Moving the Enemy: Operational Art in the Chinese PLA's Huai Hai Campaign by Gary J. Bjorge22

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Recommendations

  1. Standing Fast: German Defensive Doctrine on the Russian Front During World War II by Timothy A. Wray (2004)
  2. 101st Airborne Division's Defense of Bastogne by Ralph M. Mitchell (1986)
  3. South to the Naktong, north to the Yalu : June-November 1950 by Roy E. Appleman (1961)
  4. Power pack : U.S. intervention in the Dominican Republic, 1965-1966 by Lawrence A. Yates (1988)
  5. Seizure of the Gilberts and Marshalls by Philip A. Crowl (1955)
  6. The U.S. Army GHQ maneuvers of 1941 by Christopher R. Gabel (1991)
  7. Fortress Israel: The Inside Story of the Military Elite Who Run the Country--and Why They Can't Make Peace by Patrick Tyler (2012)
  8. Hey, Pineapple! by Bob Nobuyuki Hongo (1959)
  9. Empires in the Balance: Japanese and Allied Pacific Strategies to April 1942 by H. P. Willmott (1982)
  10. Small Unit Actions by U.S. War Department (1986)
  11. The Art of Maneuver: Maneuver Warfare Theory and Airland Battle by Robert Leonhard (1991)
  12. Barbarossa: The German Campaign in Russia - Planning and Operations (1940-1942) by George E. Blau (1955)
  13. Nomonhan: Japan Against Russia, 1939 by Alvin Coox (1985)
  14. U.S. Army counterinsurgency and contingency operations doctrine, 1860-1941 by Andrew J. Birtle (1997)
  15. Kharkov 1942: Anatomy of a Military Disaster by David M. Glantz (1998)

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