Men at War by Robert B. Smith
True Stories of Heroism and Honor

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From the ruins of medieval towns where King Arthur's army battled Saxon invaders to the dark jungles of Vietnam, the scene of a more mechanized war, a compelling history captures the struggle, strategy, tactics, and human experience of men at war. Original."

About Robert B. Smith

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Robert Barr Smith, retired Colonel, United States Army, is Professor of Law, Director of Legal Research and Writing, and Adjunct Professor of Military Science at the University of Oklahoma.
Published July 1, 1997 by Avon Books (P). 400 pages
Genres: History, War. Non-fiction