Coalition warfare

Gulf War allies differed in chemical and biological threats identified and in use of defensive measures : report to the chairman, Subcommittee on National Security, Veterans" Affairs, and International Relations, House Committee on Governmental Reform
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U.S. General Accounting Office , Washington, D.C. (P.O. Box 37050 Washington 20013)
Persian Gulf War, 1991 -- Chemical warfare., Persian Gulf War, 1991 -- Biological warfare., Chemical warfare -- United States -- Safety measures., Biological warfare -- United States -- Safety measures., Chemical warfare -- France -- Safety measures., Biological warfare -- France -- Safety measures., Chemical warfare -- Great Britain -- Safety measures., Biological warfare -- Great Britain -- Safety meas

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StatementUnited States General Accounting Office.
ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Reform. Subcommittee on National Security, Veterans Affairs, and International Relations.
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LC ClassificationsDS79.744.C46 U6 2001
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Paginationii 48 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL3992850M
LC Control Number2001330927

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The novel experience of ‘total war’, which had such important domestic ramifications, was accompanied on an international level by a closer wartime alliance than Britain had ever had in the past.

Rather like the domestic situation, Britain's relationship with its allies, above all France, steadily moved from haphazard improvisation to increasingly formal and permanent arrangements. What qualities make an ally useful in coalition warfare, and when is an ally more trouble than it's worth.

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Paul Kennedy's overview of coalitions over the past century shows that, with coalitions firmly established as viable in the minds of strategists, wars have become markedly lengthier, bloodier, and much more expensive.This is the first scholarly book examining naval coalition warfare over the past two centuries from a multi-national perspective.

Containing case studies by some of the foremost naval historians from the US, Great Britain, and Australia, it also examines the impact of international law on coalitions.