"The definitive study of this often misunderstood war." - Parameters; "A thoughtful, deeply researched, and well-written work about a war that teaches much about the nature of revolutionary warfare - even today." - Foreign Affairs; "A well-written volume that enhances Linn's position as the leading authority on America's military presence in the Pacific before Pearl Harbor." - Publishers Weekly; "Belongs on the shelf of any serious student of U.S.-Asian relations, especially if one wants to understand the projection of American military power across the Pacific." - Journal of Military History; "An objective, well-researched, and engaging book that challenges earlier one-dimensional views. Destined to become the standard text for understnading this forgotten war." - History: Reviews of New Books; "Well-grounded in original documents, including the letters and diaries of soldiers from both sides, this is the most important book so far on one of the most controversial of America's wars." - New York Military Affairs Sympostum Newsletter; "Without equal among the many works on the war." - John M. Gates, author of Schoolbooks and Krags: The United States Army in the Philippines, 1898-1902; "Will appeal to serious military historians and military professionals, as well as to the general reader." - Robert A. Doughty in the History Book Club News.Vom Verlag:
A study of the often misunderstood Philippine War, which took place between 1899 and 1902. From the pitched battles of the early war to the final campaigns against guerrillas, it traces the entire course of the war, one of the most controversial events in American history. The text is grounded in original documents, including the letters and diaries of soldiers from both sides.
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