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This a classic, a must read for anyone interested in military strategy.
His strategic thought is limited to B.H. Liddell Hart termed "military strategy" or battlefield strategy as opposed to Grand Strategy involving national policies.
The editor, Anatol Rapoport, is a scientist, not an historian, and the commentary is something of a hatchet job.
The traditional, fabric-bound version. Great for military strategists.Published 19 hours ago by Viking Girl
Writing a critique about this classic book is like writing a critique on manual to a 1953 Buick. Von Clausewitz presents military facts and concerns during the time in which he... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Charles M.
Print size and format made reading difficult. I'm sure it's a great book, but this edition turned me off.Published 2 months ago by oljack7187
This book is o.k, but more as our window to perceive how battle was carried back in the Napoleonic era of Europe. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ken
Vom Kriege is indispensable for any serious study of war—but only in the original or a very good translation. Read morePublished 7 months ago by W. D ONEIL
There is a reason why this book is on several reading lists. It's a great read and would recommend it to anyone wanting to learn more about tactics.Published 8 months ago by Nathan
A wonderfull reference book for basic land warfare. This is not a novel. It does not address naval warfare as von Clausewitz had only army experience. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Daniel F. Vogel