6 edition of Clausewitz"s on War (Books That Changed the World) found in the catalog.
July 10, 2007
by Atlantic Monthly Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||256|
Absolute War versus Real War Clausewitz diﬀerentiates between what war looks like in theory (“absolute war,” Book 1, Parts ) and what war actually looks like in practice (“real war,” Book 1, Parts ). By comparing this theoretical version of war with reality, Clausewitz aims to identify how and why these two types of war diﬀer. The way in which alone this difficult problem can be solved we shall examine in the book on the “Theory of War.” In every case the conception of War, as here defined, will be the first ray of light which shows us the true foundation of theory, and which first separates the great masses and allows us to distinguish them from one another.
Carl von Clausewitz, Prussian general and military thinker, whose work Vom Kriege (; On War) has become one of the most respected classics on military strategy. Clausewitz enlisted in the Prussian army in , and in –95 he took part (and was commissioned) in the campaigns of the First. The Book of War: Sun-Tzu's "The Art of War" & Karl Von Clausewitz's "On War" Carl von Clausewitz $ - $
Jan 31, · Carl von Clausewitz - On War Book One, Chapter 1: What Is War Story Time His most notable work, Vom Kriege (On War), was unfinished at his death. Clausewitz was a . On War was written by the Prussian general Carl von Clausewitz following the Napoleonic Wars. Clausewitz had been stunned by how totally Napoleon had dominated Europe and how he had appeared to change the nature of modern warfare, creating a larger scale war than Europe had arguably ever seen.
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Jan 21, · However, Graham's edition only contains the first four books of the work. If you are looking for Clausewitzs on War book complete works I recommend Carl von Clausewitz, On War, eds. and trans. Michael Howard and Peter Paret (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, ), particularly if you are using this book for your scholarly or research thuoctrigiatruyenbaphuong.com by: Dec 04, · Karl Von Clausewitz () was a Prussian soldier who fought in the Moscow campaigns of and He spent over a dozen years writing On War, dying before his book saw publication in /5(20).
Carl von Clausewitz's On War has been called, "not simply the greatest, but the only truly great book on war." It is an extraordinary attempt to construct an all-embracing theory of how war works.
It is an extraordinary attempt to construct an all-embracing theory of how war works.4/5. On War is the most significant attempt in Western history to understand war, both in its internal dynamics and as an instrument of policy.
Since the work's first appearance init has been read throughout the world, and has stimulated generations of soldiers, statesmen, and intellectuals. Preview this book».4/5(2). Carl von Clausewitz has books on Goodreads with ratings. Carl von Clausewitz’s most popular book is On War.
Nov 22, · This book remains as a significant and present-day exemplary of the idea of war. Clausewitz applies thorough examination to practically every one of the components that impact war, not least of which are social and political angles. To be sure, for him, war is a piece of man’s social presence, and governmental issues the belly wherein war creates.
NOTE: This version of Carl von Clausewitz's On War is the long-obsolete J.J. Graham translation of Clausewitz's Vom Kriege () published in London in The /84 Howard/Paret version is the standard translation today; for the most accurate text one.
NOTE: This version of Carl von Clausewitz's famous treatise On War is the only complete (i.e., it contains all eight books, etc.) on-line posting of the long-obsolete J.J.
Graham translation published by Nicholas Trübner in London in It is derived from the German original, Clausewitz's. Clausewitz, On War. Clausewitz, On War () Book II—On the Theory of War Context: () Prussian major general who first encountered war as year old lance corporal going to be a staff officer with political/military responsibilities at the very centre of the Prussian state.
May 04, · Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Translation of Vom Kriege "Prepared under the auspices of the Center of International Studies, Princeton University."Pages: Dec 17, · Carl von Clausewitz’s theories of war have influenced generations of military leaders and policy makers throughout the Western world.
On War is widely regarded as Clausewitz’s premier work on the philosophy of war and the first modern book of/5. In his book The Transformation of War, Creveld argued that Clausewitz's famous "Trinity" of people, army, and government was an obsolete socio-political construct based on the state, which was rapidly passing from the scene as the key player in war, and that he (Creveld) had constructed a new "non-trinitarian" model for modern warfare.
Creveld's work has had great thuoctrigiatruyenbaphuong.com: Major-general. Clausewitz, On War () Book II—On the Theory of War. Context: () Prussian major general who first encountered war as year old lance corporal going to be a staff officer with political/military responsibilities at the very centre of the Prussian state.
He wrote about the enduring principles about the nature of war that he experienced first hand in battle against Napoleon’s forces.
Page - Therefore, once more: War is an instrument of policy; it must necessarily bear its character, it must measure with its scale; the conduct of War, in its great features, is therefore policy itself, which takes up the sword in place of the pen, but does not on that /5(6).
Preface by Marie von Clausewitz Notice by Clausewitz Introduction by the author Memorandum (written by Clausewitz shortly before his death) Book I: On the Nature of War.
Chpt. 1 What is War. Chpt. 2 End and Means in War Chpt. 3 The Genius for War Chpt. 4 Of Danger in War Chpt. 5 Of Bodily Exertion in War Chpt. 6 Information in War Chpt.
General Carl Von Clausewitz, On War "War is the continuation of politics by other means" (This book is from the notes of my inexpressibly missed husband- Marie Von Clausewitz.) War is merely a wrestling match on an extensive scale, an act of violence intended to.
On War (Vom Kriege) is a book by Prussian general Carl von Clausewitz, on war and military strategy. Most of it was written after the Napoleonic wars and was published after his death.
Clausewitz was meant to revise his book but died before finishing the task. First published by Routledge & Kegan Paul Carl von Clausewitz () was a Prussian General and military writer. His writings are contained in nine volumes, published posthumously, but his fame rests most upon these three volumes, forming his treatise On War.
It reveals war, stripped of all accessories, as the exercise of force for the attainment of a political object, unrestrained /5(19). Apr 16, · Clausewitz treats war as a natural, social organism, which can best be understood by practical experience.
In reaction to the attempts by Jomini and other strategists to rationalize the theory and practice of war into discernible, scientific laws, Clausewitz emphasizes the capriciousness of /5(11).
About On War ‘War is an act of violence intended to compel our opponent to our will’ Writing at the time of Napoleon’s greatest campaigns, Prussian soldier and writer Carl von Clausewitz created this landmark treatise on the art of warfare, which presented war as part of a coherent system of political thought.
The Genesis of On War / Peter Paret -- The Influence of Clausewitz / Michael Howard -- The Continuing Relevance of On War / Bernard Brodie -- On War. Author's Preface -- Author's Comment -- Preface / Marie Von Clausewitz -- Two Notes by the Author -- Book One.Clausewitz embellishes his description of war as an act of violence that "knows no bounds." Thus war to the "utmost" tends toward an extreme as neither side holds back.
The utmost aim of war is to completely disarm the enemy.Carl von CLAUSEWITZ ( - ), translated by J.J. GRAHAM ( - ) A classic work on military strategy by a veteran of the Napoleonic Wars. The author's style is dialectical: he makes two strong but opposing statements and then draws them together to describe many facets of war.