Colonel Marcus Fielding was born and raised in Melbourne. He joined the Australian Army in 1983, graduated from the Royal Military College, Duntroon in December 1986, and was commissioned into the Royal Australian Engineers. He has held a variety of command, staff and instructional appointments and has served on operations in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Haiti, East Timor and Iraq. Colonel Fielding recently transferred from the full-time to part-time service with the Australian Army and is currently the President of MHHV.
The German Spring Offensive, which began with Operation Michael in March 1918, had culminated by the Second Battle of the Marne in mid-July 1918.
In conversations over raki with my ‘middle eastern’ friends, the topic sometimes turns to how the West is seeking to destabilise the region and prevent it from realising the peace […]
The Future of War is a history of predictions about the character of war and the reduced likelihood of war.
The title of this book does not do its significant contents justice.
Soldiers and Civilization examines the history of the military profession in the Western World from the ancient Greeks to the present day.
Why We Fight explores the question: “Why do human beings fight?”
When Adolf Hitler went to war in 1914, aged 25, he lived through what he would later call the “most stupendous experience of my life”.
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