🎧 The Evolution of Warfare with Sir Lawrence Freedman
🎧 Dan Snow's History Hit • 38m
From the stone age to current day, from sticks and rocks to drones and artillery - the nature of warfare has changed drastically throughout history. Over the years, technology and societal organisation have transformed the battlefield. Dan talks to Professor Sir Lawrence Freedman, a professor of war studies at King's College London about the evolution of warfare. Professor Freedman takes the temperature of the war in Ukraine from the point of view of history, examining the patterns of recent years.
This episode was produced by Beth Donaldson, the audio editor was Dougal Patmore.
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