Book 1, On The Nature of War : Chapter 1, Introduction, Notes & What is War?
1. How does Clausewitz sees the first 6 books he wrote in his notes?
(a) As being stolen from another author.
(b) As a rough draft.
(c) As a formless mass that needs to be reworked.
(d) As a ready to publish version.
2. How does Clausewitz sees war in Book 1, Chapter 1?
(a) As a necessity for the economy.
(b) As a one time event that politicians cannot control.
(c) As a continuation of policy by other means.
(d) As a way for generals to fight boredom.
3. How is Book 7 "On Attack" seen by Clausewitz?
(a) The counter part of Book 6, "On Defense."
(b) The introduction to Book 8, "War-Plans."
(c) An independent book in the series.
(d) A conclusion.
4. What event does Clausewitz fear would make his book liable to endless misinterpretation?
(a) The invention of the Gatling gun.
(b) His early death.
(c) The introduction of women in the armed forces.
(d) Releasing the book within his lifetime.
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