For 600 years a small geographic area in what is now northern France and Belgium has been the scene of critical military engagements. From encounters at Crecy and Azincourt to the confrontation of massive armies at Waterloo, Somme, and Bastogne, these fields of battle have remained essentially undisturbed; most still displaying physical evidence or striking memorials. They continued to be fascinating and evocative sites to visit.
The original work received four national book awards and has completely sold out two printings. It is now offerred as a electronic file which contains additional material not present in the printed version.
The text is in a PDF file that can be opened on any computer, tablet, or smartphone
utilizing the free Adobe Acrobat software (not included).
The files contains the complete 498 pages of the original printed book
supplemented by over 800 additional photographs. In addition, the CD/Rom holds 135 battle maps as used at the
Unites States Military Academy. Most are high resolution PDF files as well.
Please see Table of Contents for more infomation.
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A electronic version of Fields of War is available from Amazon for use on Kindle devices, as well as Kindle apps for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, PC, Mac, Blackberry, Andriod-based devices and Windows Phone 7 for $9.99. The ebook version contains all of the maps and photographs presented in the original trade paper version.
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