Strategy - Chapter 12: The North-Eastern Theatre Summary & Analysis

Basil Liddell Hart
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Chapter 12: The North-Eastern Theatre Summary and Analysis

During this chapter, the author takes many a reader from the comfort zone of the west over into the harsh reality of the eastern side of the region of Germany and her bordering states during the first decades of the twentieth century.

Earlier in the book, the author also showed that differences of opinion at the top can in fact cause problematic results. Effects can be surmountable in many cases, but in other circumstances the loss of cohesion of activity and planning can devastate a military strategy.

The feelings of allies also have a synergistic influence. Unfortunately, this does not always result in every ally taking the easiest route. Russia is cited as having agreed to follow a course of action that was for her forces quite risky and rather limited by their directness in...

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