Strategy - The French Revolution and Napolean Bonaparte Summary & Analysis

Basil Liddell Hart
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The French Revolution and Napolean Bonaparte Summary and Analysis

New conditions in Europe made the age of "broken up territories" move towards a new end. B. H. Liddell Hart brings the reader to the new stage by showing how France was transformed by its Revolution, and how the international popular support for the new form of government served as an emotional support for the moves of Napoleon. France developed into a position of dominance and Liddell Hart terms the country as having become a "menace", which means it was willing to expand the power to new territorial boundaries.

Napoleon turned out to in fact be a fantastic general. He was known to have rallied or reminded his troops with the insight that "the moral is the physical as three to one". Once this principle of strategy is understood, the reader...

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