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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Grand Strategy.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How were the Greeks able to fend off the Persian's first war against them?
(a) By expanding their navy.
(b) By encouraging Persian colonies to revolt.
(c) By clever negotiation.
(d) By instituting a draft.
2. How are the beneficial gains from warfare maintained?
(a) Military recruitment.
(d) Active effort.
3. With regards to bloodless victories and attacks against targets other than human lives, the author states which of the following?
(a) These results are impossible to achieve.
(b) These results can only be obtained through high mobility.
(c) Strategy should only include these factors.
(d) These strategies are equally valid or more valid than direct combat.
4. Which nation did Russia decide to focus their efforts on first?
5. 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) Concentration of forces.
(b) The machine gun.
(c) The railway.
(d) Observation balloons.
Short Answer Questions
1. In what way did Caesar excel as a general?
2. About how many men was Belisarius given with which to conquer the Vandals?
3. How does the author define "Generalship"?
4. When moving to engage the superior Scottish forces, what was the nature of Cromwell's overall strategic maneuver?
5. 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?
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