Carl von Clausewitz - This person was a Prussian and entered the Prussian military at age 12 and was one of three brothers who became a military general. This person was noted as more intelligent than strong and his writings were the basis for the book.
Napoleon Bonaparte - This person, a Frenchman, also had Corsican origins and became popular in much of northwestern Europe. This person caused the spread of the metric system and had future wars named after him.
Peter Paret - This person was one of two translators who worked on the book and received an Emeritus Professor standing at one university.
Michael Howard - This person was one of two translators who worked on the book and received two Emeritus Professor standings.
Louis XIV - This person was a deceased French king mentioned in Chapter 5.
Schwarzenberg - This person came up in regards to...
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