This is one kind of an outline that I have in mind:
Thesis: Violence and brutality remained a key component in warfare after the 1600`s that remains constant, even during the Age of Limited War.
- Compare casualties numbers from 1600`s and 1700`s wars ( Paragraph 1 maybe)
- Wars of Austrian and Spanish Succession (Paragraph 2 maybe)
- French Revolution - Napoleon and its mass casualties (Paragraph 3 maybe)
- Cold war - Even in small wars and with technology advances, still violence is a key. (Fallujah is another example)
Please check this article and website for insights:
**If your author have better ideas than what I have, please proceed. I would suggest sending a draft first.
1. it is to be an original, argumentative essay. One must make an argument not just present facts.
2. Bibliography must include at least five scholarly sources and a minimum of two sources from among your H100 sources.
3. your Footnotes or endnotes must have a minimum of three sources.
- Makers of Modern Strategy - From Machiavelli to the Nuclear Age - by Peter Paret
- On War - by Carl Von Clausewitz
-The Dynamics of Military Revolution 1300-2050 - By MacGregor Knox and Williamson Murray
- The Cambridge History of Warfare - By Geoffrey Parker
I`m expecting a Masters level writing and research from the first try. There will be no revisions allowed.
Violence and Brutality in the War Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Introduction Over the last four centuries, the art and science of warfare has greatly evolved. Using advanced technologies, the art of war has evolve to largely lean on the precision and information technology. The military is largely concerned with ways in which they can hit a target with utmost precision, without inflicting mass casualties of war. The element of casualties of in and around the industrial age, involved massive casualties on both the military personnel and the civilians. In a good example, in the Second World War alone, more than 60 million people died. This was twice the number of people that died in the First World War. Violence and brutality has been an element of war since the 1600s and this has carried on even in the most recent wars. While there has been some focus on the aspects of reducing casualties, in the recent development in the military strategies, the elements of violence and brutality have been rife.[Antulio J. Echevarria II, "ECHEVARRIA: WAR AND POLITICS", Clausewitz.Com, last modified 2016, accessed February 29, 2016, http://www.clausewitz.com/readings/Echevarria/ECHJFQ.htm.] [MacGregor Knox and Williamson Murray, The Dynamics Of Military Revolution, 1300-2050 (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2001).] [Geoffrey Parker, The Cambridge Illustrated History Of Warfare (Cambridge [England]: Cambridge University Press, 1995).] Thesis: Violen...