Echoes of War

The often quoted phrase, “those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it,” may be the antithesis to Professor Michael Adams’ new book, “Echoes of War.”

The book is an offshoot of his course called Battles and Behavior, a class that covers how military history is remembered in popular culture: why people remember certain events and how those events have affected the public’s imagination of the past.

Got all that? Good.

“Echoes of War” begins in the 11th century