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" ... sophisticated still, maintained that command in war was the. product of natural genius. He divided warlike practice into two parts. The lower was mechanical and could be taught. The upper lay among the arts and excellence in it could be no more readily... "
Military History: Supplemental Material : the Profession of Arms - Sida 4
efter Sir John Hackett - 1986 - 22 sidor
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The Art and Practice of Military Strategy

George Edward Thibault - 1984 - 883 sidor
...and excellence in it could be no more readily learned or transmitted than in sculpture or music.45 The situation of Prussia under Frederick the Great...un pays qui a une armee', c'est une armee qui a un pays."46 The population of Prussia was only a small fraction of that of any of the neighbouring kingdom...
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The Profession of Arms: The 1962 Lees Knowles Lectures Given at Trinity ...

Sir John Hackett - 1986 - 43 sidor
...and excellence in it could be no more readily learned or transmitted than in sculpture or music.15 The situation of Prussia under Frederick the Great...passing reminder of that of Sparta. Mirabeau said of it: "fa Prusse n'ext pas un pays qui a line armee1, c'est une armce qui a un pays." 10 The population of...
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