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Clausewitz

Karl von . 1780--1831, Prussian general, noted for his works on military strategy, esp Vom Kriege (1833)
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Clausewitz in his magnum opus On War labelled war as the "continuation of politics by other means" but despite the two World Wars humanity has faced, the definition not been altered in any meaningful way.
He is the author of Clausewitz and the State (Princeton), now in its third revised edition.
Although some repetition does result and at times the effort to replicate Clausewitz's format is forced, Colson is largely successful in his endeavor to provide a framework for Napoleon's ideas on the art and science of war.
From the outset, Coker makes his case for their importance and continued relevance, and how, in many ways, Clausewitz' ideas were more prescient than he realised (p.
German strategist and politico-military philosopher General Carl von Clausewitz argued that 'Blood is the price of victory'.
Every military officer is fortunate to read Clausewitz during the course of his military career.
If war, as defined by Carl von Clausewitz, is an 'extended duel' then must this duel continue with no end in sight?
Books such as Sun Zu's Art of War and Clausewitz's On War have been revived to feed public appetite, reportedly found deep inside business school territory, rated helpful for today's East India companies, some of which may be based in our own major urban centres.
Ranawaka's charging 'Lion Brigade' also grandiosely dropped among other famous names sprinkled all over his pamphlet that of Prussian General Clausewitz, author of the classic 'On War'.
In his magnum opus On War, the famed military theorist and Prussian General Carl von Clausewitz referred to the CofG on the battlefield many times with varying degrees of detail and nuance.