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Principles of war,

Author: Carl von Clausewitz; Hans W Gatzke
Publisher: Harrisburg, Pa., Military Service Pub. Co. [1942]
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Written two centuries ago by a Prussian military thinker, this is the most frequently cited, the most controversial, and in many ways, the most modern book on warfare ... Principles of war examines moral and psychological aspects of warfare, stressing the necessity of such qualities as courage, audacity, and self-sacrifice, and the importance of morale and public opinion. Clausewitz emphasizes the notion of strategy  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Carl von Clausewitz; Hans W Gatzke
OCLC Number: 279831
Notes: At head of title: Carl von Clausewitz.
A translation of the 1936 edition of Die wichtigsten Grundsätze des Kriegführens. Cf. p. 9-10.
Description: 82 p. front. (port.) diagrs. 20 cm.
Contents: Principles for war in general --
Tactics or the theory of combat. General principles for defense --
General principle for offense --
Principles governing the use of troops --
Principles for the use of terrain --
Strategy. General priniciples --
Defensive --
Offensive --
Application of these principles in time of war.
Other Titles: Wichtigsten Grundsätze des Kriegführens.
Responsibility: translated and edited with an introduction, by Hans W. Gatzke.

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Written two centuries ago by a Prussian military thinker, this is the most frequently cited, the most controversial, and in many ways, the most modern book on warfare ... Principles of war examines moral and psychological aspects of warfare, stressing the necessity of such qualities as courage, audacity, and self-sacrifice, and the importance of morale and public opinion. Clausewitz emphasizes the notion of strategy as an evolving plan, rather than a formula, a concept adaptable to modern strategists in fields beyond military science.

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