William Weir (author)

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William Weir (born September 15, 1928, in the Philippines) is an American author who wrote Fatal Victories - From Cannae to Bunker Hill to Pearl Harbor - History's most tragic military triumphs and the high cost of victory.

He also wrote Turning Points In Military History in 2005.[1]

Bibliography

  • Fatal Victories - From Cannae to Bunker Hill to Pearl Harbor - History's most tragic military triumphs and the high cost of victory, William Weir, Avon Books, New York, 1993 ISBN 0-380-72359-X

References

  1. ^ "Turning Points In Military History [Paperback]". Amazon.com. Retrieved 22 October 2010. 


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