Contents page : 1 War in Human History, Interlude : Limitations on Warmaking. 2 Stone, Interlude : Fortification. 3 Flesh, Interlude : Armies. 4 Iron, Interlude : Logistics and Supply. 5 Fire.
Introduction, (not in video)…
“I was not fated to be a warrior. A childhood illness left me lame for life in 1948 and I have limped for forty-five years. When, in 1952, I reported for my medical examination for compulsory military service, the doctor who examined legs – he was, inevitably, the last doctor to examine me that morning – shook his head, wrote something on my form and told me that I was free to go. Some weeks later an official letter arrived to inform me that I had been classified permanently unfit for duty in any of the armed forces.” J. Keegan, A history of Warfare.
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