John Ellis
Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 1986, English
Nonfiction, Product/Industrial Design
9.2 x 6 pages, paperback, 200 pages
ISBN: 9780801833588
Suggested Retail Price: $22.95

From the Publisher. In this account of the human impact of a single machine, John Ellis argues that the history of technology and military history are “part and parcel of social history in general.” The Social History of the Machine Gun, with foreword by Edward C. Ezell, provides an original and fascinating interpretation of weaponry, warfare, and society in 19th- and 20th-century Europe and America. 

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