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From the Publisher“A product of a war termination group study by the best of the historical profession, Between War and Peace provides insightful, provocative accounts of how America’s wars end, most of them without a bang or a whimper.”
—Allan R. Millett, Ambrose Professor of History, University of New Orleans
"Shrewdly conceived and soundly argued, these essays by a group of the country's most distinguished military historians make a major contribution to the study of war and to an understanding of American military history. Ending wars has more often than not been more difficult and more delicate than starting or even prosecuting them. There's more than enough wisdom in these pages for soldiers and citizens, and more importantly for presidents, to ponder long into the future."
—Richard H. Kohn, former Chief of Air Force History for the USAF, 1981-1991