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|This rich sampling of the knowledge and wisdom of one of history's greatest military commanders not only provides a fascinating glimpse of the French leader's intellectual ability for conducting military operations, but also reveals his thoughts, theories, and commentaries on waging war and the art of conducting statecraft.|
Unabridged republication of the edition published by Freemantle and Co., London, 1901.
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