Military art and science

The Art of War

By Sunzi

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The Art of War was written over 2,300 years ago in what is now North China. Yet it still remains a contemporary lesson on how to attain victory without going to battle. Despite numerous references to enemies, generals, and armies, The Art of War is about nonaggression.
 

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The Forever War

By Joe Haldeman

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Private William Mandella discovers his military service on faster that light ships makes for battles across centuries and difficult personal relationships. Winner of the Hugo and Nebula awards.

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Starship Troopers

By Robert A. Heinlein

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Follows the career of Juan Rico from boot camp to the battle zones. In this world of Heinlein's, citizenship must be earned through military service. Winner of the Hugo Award.
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