Saluting the Few: The triumph of British Air Power in 1940
Christina J.M. Goulter
Dr. Christina J.M. Goulter is Senior Lecturer in Defence Studies, King’s College London, and Air Warfare Historian on the Higher Command and Staff Course, Joint Services Command and Staff College, Defence Academy of the UK.
‘If we lose the war in the air, we lose the war, and...
The central issues of Michael Alexander’s career were the central issues of his time: the confrontation with the Soviet Union, and the instruments of defence and diplomacy by which this could best be managed. These are the themes of his book, Managing the Cold War
War spurs innovation, and the First World War has quite rightly been pinpointed as a huge accelerator for technical modernity and the radio made an almost quantum developmental leap, not only revolutionizing war but also altering society irrevocably.