Pinot and Prose is a monthly column exploring great books and the drinks to enjoy them with. Why should food get all the fun? Jonathan Abel's Guibert: Father of Napoleon's Grande Armée is a solid piece of scholarship. Abel deftly weaves together a biography of one the French military Enlightenments' most important—but least understood—figures in a … Continue reading Pinot and Prose – Guibert: Father of Napoleon’s Grande Armée
I recently was on the Age of Jackson podcast to talk about my book A Bloodless Victory. You can listen to the podcast here: What did you think? Leave your comments below!
I just wrote another article for The Daily Beast. You can find it here. What did you think of the piece? Leave a comment below!
This past January 7th, I was honored to appear on Dave Nemo Weekends to talk about my book, A Bloodless Victory. You can find the audio from the interview below. How did I do? Leave any questions or comments below!
It doesn’t take watching much cable news to see the words “tactics” and “strategy” bandied about as if they’re interchangeable, and that’s before you throw in the concepts of “operations” and “policy.” The dirty secret though, is that even in some history circles these academic guideposts are misused on a regular basis. To bring some … Continue reading Strategical Tactics in Food and War: A Guide to Military Jargon for the Fainthearted