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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through The French Revolution and Napolean Bonaparte.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The author explains that it is essential to do what to the enemy's center?
(a) Dislocate it.
(b) Destroy it.
(c) Avoid it.
(d) Locate it.
2. A "pincer movement" involves what kind of strategic maneuver?
(a) Turning an enemy's flank.
(b) Refusing one's own flank.
(c) Widening one's own flank.
(d) Driving up an enemy's flank.
3. According to the indirect approach, military strategy needs to include plans to attack in what manner?
(a) Along lines besides natural lines of expectation.
(b) As quickly and often as possible.
(c) Along lines of natural expectation.
(d) Rarely and with great force.
4. When an enemy is attacked along a "natural line of expectation," what is the usual result?
(a) The enemy will not be prepared for the attack.
(b) The enemy has a high chance of resisting the attack.
(c) The enemy's strength will be worn down.
(d) The enemy will not be able to counter effectively.
5. Who was Caesar's main opponent throughout most of his campaigns?
(d) The Spartans.
Short Answer Questions
1. William of Normandy was joined by an allied King from what nation?
2. When did Belisarius carry out his wars of reconquest?
3. Which of the following is a common method for generals employing the indirect approach?
4. According to the author, what is the use or importance of ancient strategies?
5. During the British Civil Wars, what were the prospects for sweeping victories and conquests?
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