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These gentlemen, said Clausewitz in brief, had the misfortune of mistaking the accoutrements of war for its essential nature.
Clausewitz not only survived World War II; he emerged from it with his reputation greatly enhanced.
War,” wrote Clausewitz, “is an extreme trial of strength and stamina.
Documents and firsthand accounts of Clausewitz at war by others are few and far between.
War,” wrote Carl von Clausewitz, “is nothing but a duel on an extensive scale.This Is War and Why John Kerry’s Rhetoric Isn’t Convincing|Peter Beinart|September 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Clausewitz would not look too kindly on a commander whose concern with a battle precluded his concern for his men.What Need of Man?|Harold Calin
It is not possible to give a stronger or more up-to-date example of the magnitude of the influence of Clausewitz.
From this consideration of the culminating point of victory follow the two classes into which Clausewitz divides all wars.
Field-Marshal Moltke was "his most distinguished pupil," and adapted the teaching of Clausewitz to the conditions of to-day.
One can really do no more than urge all to read Clausewitz for themselves, to go to the fountain-head, to the master-work itself.