GENERALSHIP AND THE ART OF THE ADMIRAL: PERSPECTIVES OF CANADIAN SENIOR MILITARY LEADERSHIP.


560 pp, 8vo (9" H). "This collection of (31) essays by Canadian Forces officers, as well as prominent Canadian authors and scholars, expresses the unique Canadian experience and outlook in regard to the changing nature of leadership in the armed forces. Specifically, the book examines generalship from a number of perspectives such as the historical experience, the nature of higher command, recent operations, civilian-military relations, including the interface with the media, and the functional roles and responsiblities of generalship." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - clean and bright.

Title: GENERALSHIP AND THE ART OF THE ADMIRAL: PERSPECTIVES OF CANADIAN SENIOR MILITARY LEADERSHIP.

Author Name: Horn, Bernd and Harris, Stephen J., eds. (J.L. Granatstein, Maurice Baril, Romeo Dallaire, Terry Copp, Desmond Morton, Lewis MacKenzie, David Bercuson, Joel Sokolsky, Hal Klepak, Bill McAndrew, W. Don Mcnamara, Ken C. Hague, Ernest B. Beno, et al._

Categories: Military - Canadian: General, Military - Post WWII,

Publisher: St Catharines, Ontario, Vanwell: 2001

ISBN Number: 1551250608

ISBN Number 13: 9781551250601

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 22131

Keywords: Canada, Armed Forces, Officers, Command, Admirals, Generals, World War II, Leadership, Ethics, Officership, Naval, Gulf War, Peacekeeping, Kosovo, Stress, Politics, Management, Strategic thinking, Education, Media, Public affairs, Civilian Relations, Bosnia, Cold War, Crerar, DND, korean War, NATO, Royal Militar College, RMC, Rwanda, second World War, World War II, Guy Simonds, Somalia, United Nations,