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Introduction: 1. Hybrid warfare in history Peter R. Mansoor; 2. Conquering Germania: a province too far James Lacey; 3. Keeping the Irish down and the Spanish out: English strategies of submission in Ireland, 1594-1603 Wayne E. Lee; 4. The American revolution: hybrid war in America's past Williamson Murray; 5. That accursed Spanish war: the Peninsular War, 1807-14 Richard Hart Sinnreich; 6. The union's counter-guerrilla war, 1861-5 Daniel E. Sutherland; 7. Fighting 'this nation of liars to the very end': the German army in the Franco-Prussian War, 1870-1 Marcus Jones; 8. Small wars and great games: the British empire and hybrid warfare, 1700-1970 John Ferris; 9. An unexpected encounter with hybrid warfare: the Japanese experience in north China, 1937-45 Noboru Yamaguchi; 10. Hybrid war in Vietnam Karl Lowe; Conclusion: 11. What the past suggests Williamson Murray.
Williamson Murray is Professor Emeritus of History at Ohio State University. At present he is a defense consultant and commentator on historical and military subjects in Washington. He is the author of War, Strategy, and Military Effectiveness and Military Adaptation in War (both Cambridge, 2011). He is co-editor of numerous books on military and international history, including The Shaping of Grand Strategy (with Richard Sinnreich and James Lacey, Cambridge, 2011), The Making of Peace (with James Lacey, Cambridge, 2008), The Past as Prologue (with Richard Hart Sinnreich, Cambridge, 2006), The Dynamics of Military Revolution, 1300-2050 (with MacGregor Knox, Cambridge, 2001), Military Innovation in the Interwar Period (with Allan R. Millett, Cambridge, 1996) and The Making of Strategy (with Alvin Bernstein and MacGregor Knox, Cambridge, 1994). Peter Mansoor is the General Raymond E. Mason, Jr Chair of Military History at Ohio State University. He assumed this position in 2008 after a twenty-six-year career in the United States Army that culminated in his service in Iraq as the executive officer to General David Petraeus, the commanding general of Multi-National Force in Iraq. He is the author of The GI Offensive in Europe: The Triumph of American Infantry Divisions, 1941-1945, which was awarded the Society for Military History's distinguished book award and the Army Historical Society's distinguished book award in 2000. He also wrote a memoir titled Baghdad at Sunrise: A Brigade Commander's War in Iraq (2008), which was awarded the Ohioana Library Association distinguished book award.
'... highly readable, cohesively organized, and enthusiastically recommended as an invaluable guide for understanding how previous antagonists have sought advantage with strategic combinations. It is suitable for serious students of military history, analysts of contemporary conflict, and professionals at the command and general staff college level.' Small Wars Journal 'The book achieves its ambitions in extending hybrid war in historical time and space, and of being a valuable starting point from which military professionals and historians can further explore the topic.' Peter Layton, RUSI Journal 'Hybrid Warfare will prove rewarding reading for anyone interested in the problem of 'irregular' warfare, providing much food for thought about what is likely to be the most common form of war in our century.' A. A. Nofi, Strategypage 'Hybrid Warfare will prove rewarding reading for anyone interested in the problem of 'irregular' warfare, providing much food for thought about what is likely to be the most common form of war in our century.' The NYMAS Review