That "no quarter" was an ineffective tactic.
That democracy was superior to monarchy.
That civilians could not make successful soldiers.
That a prince should be merciful and kind.
He was the first to turn siegecraft into a science.
He believed war to be the natural state of Man.
He was the first to imagine aerial warfare.
He looked at war as something waged by states, not people.
The eighteenth century.
The twentieth century.
The seventeenth century.
The fifteenth century.
The cavalry pursuit.
Attacking and defending fortresses.
Maurice de Saxe
Frederick the Great
Their tactical brilliance.
The author was one of the greatest commanders of all times.
The strategic innovations found in them.
They were written in three languages.
He did not say.
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