by Carl von Clausewitz, Louise Wilmot, Colonel F. N. Maude, Louise Willmot, Colonel J. J. Graham, Tom Griffith
Editor: Wordsworth Editions Ltd
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Translated by JJGraham, revised by the FNMaude Abstract and with an Introduction by Louise WillmotWar is perhaps the greatest book ever written about war.Carl von Clausewitz, a Prussian soldier, had witnessed firsthand the immense destructive power of the armed French revolution that swept Europe from 1792 to 1815.His response was to write a full text covering all aspects of the war.The War is both philosophical and practical in which Clausewitz defines the essential nature of war, debates the qualities of the great commander, evaluates the strengths of the defensive and offensive of war, and strongly controversial passages considers that the relationship between war and politicsHis arguments are illustrated with examples from the campaigns of Frederic the Great and Napoleon Bonaparte.For the student of society as well as the military historian, the War remains a vital and indispensable source of inspiration for the student of society and the military historian.
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