Chapter 1: Strategy from Fifth Century BC to Twentieth Century AD: Chapter 1: History as Practical Experience
1. Which general is attributed to stating and frequently reciting the famous line given in this chapter about the relative importance of the moral and the physical?
2. According to a famous quotation described at the beginning of the book, how important are moral conditions compared to physical conditions?
(a) Moral conditions are equally important.
(b) Moral conditions are about half as important.
(c) Moral conditions are three times as important.
(d) Moral conditions do not matter at all.
3. When an enemy is attacked along a "natural line of expectation," what is the usual result?
(a) The enemy's strength will be worn down.
(b) The enemy will not be prepared for the attack.
(c) The enemy will not be able to counter effectively.
(d) The enemy has a high chance of resisting the attack.
4. One of the aphorisms introduced at the beginning of the book states that all warfare is based on what?
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