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A History of Warfare in the Greater Middle East provides a truly unique initial attempt to create a series of military history texts with the aim of providing a historical synopsis to the online student. It is the belief that a study of the Greater Middle East portends future, end-times events. It is the belief of the author’s Israel’s continued existence is evidence of the fulfillment of God’s promises to His people going back to Abraham.
Chapter 1: Ancient Israel
Chapter 2: The Greater Middle East: From Napoleon through World War II
Chapter 3: Arab–Israeli Wars
Chapter 4: Iran–Iraq War
Chapter 5: U.S. War into the GME
Chapter 6: Containing Saddam, Jihad in Afghanistan, and 9/11
Chapter 7: The U.S. War in Afghanistan and the U.S. Invasion of Iraq
Rob Ritchie served in the Active and Reserve Components of the U.S. Marine Corps, enlisted and as an officer, from 1974 until 1998. He served in the Army (VaARNG AGR) as an intelligence analyst and finished military service as a US Air Force Reserve historian, retiring in 2007 after 33 years of total service. Rob currently is an Associate Professor and Director of Military Studies (undergraduate) at Liberty University.
Herbert Sterling Pieper, a Tampa, Florida native, now resides in Lynchburg, Virginia. He holds two bachelor’s degrees from the University of South Florida in Political Science and History with a focus on American political and military history. Herbert also holds a master’s degree in History with a historical documentary fi lm making focus from Liberty University and is currently completing his second master’s degree in Intelligence Analysis from American Military University. Herbert is currently a Faculty Support Coordinator and instructor at Liberty University