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Basil Liddell Hart
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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Conclusions from Twenty-Five Centuries.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Which of the following major factors that was developed in warfare in the period between 1854 and 1914 made it harder to employ the indirect approach?
(a) Observation balloons.
(b) The machine gun.
(c) The railway.
(d) Concentration of forces.

2. What characteristic of the English occupation of France during the Hundred Year's war argues for the results being indecisive?
(a) The brief nature of the "conquered condition."
(b) The failure of other states to recognize England's claims.
(c) Religious strife.
(d) The continuity of French government and rule.

3. Marlborough was notable for his use of what stratagems?
(a) Tactical withdrawls.
(b) Concentrated fire.
(c) Bold frontal attacks.
(d) Indirect manuevers.

4. William of Normandy was joined by an allied King from what nation?
(a) Sweden.
(b) The Netherlands.
(c) Luxembourg.
(d) Norway.

5. One of the aphorisms introduced at the beginning of the book states that all warfare is based on what?
(a) Deception.
(b) Strength.
(c) Power.
(d) Government.

Short Answer Questions

1. Prince Edward is credited with improving greatly what type of military element?

2. What is one problem of relying upon locomotives in warfare?

3. What methods characterized the Wars of Spanish Succession?

4. The Germanic Vandals in North Africa depended on what activity for their wealth?

5. Constable du Geusclin always avoided attacking which of the following?

(see the answer key)

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