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Clausewitz and modern strategy /
edited by Michael I. Handel.
imprint
London, England ; Totowa, NJ : F. Cass, 1986.
description
324 p., [1] leaf of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0714640530 (pbk.) 0714632945
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London, England ; Totowa, NJ : F. Cass, 1986.
isbn
0714640530 (pbk.) 0714632945
general note
"Essays ... presented at an international conference 'On Clausewitz' held at the US Army War College in Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania in April 1985"--Pref.
catalogue key
3699291
 
Includes bibliographical references.
Published also as v. 9, no. 1-2 of the Journal of strategic studies.
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Published in 1996, Clausewitz and Modern Strategy is a valuable contribution to the field of Military & Strategic Studies.
Table of Contents
Introductionp. 1
Clausewitz Revisited
The Eternal Clausewitzp. 35
Clausewitz in the Age of Technologyp. 51
On War: Theoretical Dimensions
Chance and Uncertainty in On Warp. 95
Clausewitz and Intelligencep. 117
Clausewitz and Guerrilla Warfarep. 127
Space and Time in On Warp. 134
Student as Teacher: Clausewitz on Frederick the Great and Napoleonp. 150
Two Letters on Strategy: Clausewitz' Contribution to the Operational Level of Warp. 171
Clausewitz Misperceived
Clausewitz, Fuller and Liddell Hartp. 197
Misperceptions of Clausewitz' On War by the German Militaryp. 213
Clausewitz, Ludendorff and Beck: Some Remarks on Clausewitz' Influence on German Military Thinking in the 1930s and 1940sp. 240
Clausewitz: Some Thoughts on What the Germans Got Rightp. 267
Clausewitz and the French, 1871-1914p. 287
Clausewitz Disregarded: Italian Military Thought and Doctrine, 1815-1943p. 303
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