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.
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.
This person was one of two translators who worked on the book and received an Emeritus Professor standing at one university.
This person was one of two translators who worked on the book and received two Emeritus Professor standings.
This person was a deceased French king mentioned in Chapter 5.
This person came up in regards to military strategy and faced Blucher, just as...
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