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dc.creatorAmbler, John S. (John Steward)
dc.identifier.otherOCLC #236925 (print)
dc.identifier.otherLCCN 65026274 (print)
dc.description(print) x, 427 p. ; 23 cmen
dc.description"A publication of the Mershon Center for Education in National Security."
dc.description.tableofcontentsPart I : The "Great Mute" and the Beginnings of Its Demise, 1815-1945 -- I. The Parameters of Discipline 3 -- II. Foundations of Civilian Control 21 -- III. Disgrace through Discipline, 1939-1945 56 -- Part II : The Army and the Nation : Isolation and Estrangement -- IV. Reluctant Mercenaries 93 -- V. Social Origins and Politics 128 -- Part III : The Political Demands of Revolutionary-Guerrilla War -- VI. Political Challenge and Military Response 149 -- VII. Counterinsurgency and Military Politics 170 -- Part IV : Political Authority and Civilian Control -- VIII. Immobilisme and Delegation of Power 207 -- IX. Political Authority and Civilian Control in the Praetorian Years 240 -- Part V : Attitudes and Ideology -- X. The Rivals of Discipline 277 -- XI. The French Military Doctrine of La Guerre Revolutionnaire 308 -- XII. Cleavages within the Military Establishment 337 -- Conclusion 365 -- Bibliography 377 -- Index 409en
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dc.publisherThe Ohio State University Pressen
dc.subject.lcshFrance. Armée -- Political activity
dc.subject.lcshFrance -- Politics and government
dc.titleThe French Army in politics, 1945-1962en

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