2 edition of Frederick the Great on the Art of War found in the catalog.
Frederick the Great on the Art of War
February 1, 1999
by Diane Pub Co
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||391|
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Frederick the Great’s most popular book is Anti-Machiavel. Frederick The Great On The Art Of War by. Frederick the Great, Jay Luvaas (Editor & Translator) Memoirs of the House of Brandenburg.
from the Earliest Accounts, to the Death of Frederick I. King of Prussia by. Book Review: Frederick the Great On The Art of War Janu Janu by Patrick Shrier Jay Luvaas is a professor at the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle Pa.; he coauthored a series of Battlefield Guides of U.S.
Civil War battlefields that became almost instant classics. Frederick the Great (–), King of Prussia, initiated the Seven Years' War in ; outfought the formidable French, Russian, and Austrian armies aligned against him; and established Prussia as a major power, thereby decisively influencing the next two centuries of European history.
He was also a brilliant military thinker whose observations arose from extensive battlefield experience 5/5(2). "War is not an affair of chance," Frederick asserted, adding that "a great deal of knowledge, study, and meditation is necessary to conduct it well." In this book, he presents the fundamentals of warfare, discussing such timeless considerations as leadership qualities, the value of surprise, and ways to conquer an enemy who possesses superior.
Frederick II, King of Prussia, Frederick the Great on the art of war. New York, Free Press  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /. Frederick and the art of war --The sovereign and the study of war --The military instrument --The army on campaign --The anatomy of battle --First lessons in tactics --From the pages of history --The new war of positions --Strategy --Generalship as an art --Glossary of some eighteenth-century military terms --Pertinent dates in the life of.
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Frederick the Great (–), King of Prussia, initiated the Seven Years War in ; outfought the formidable French, Russian, and Austrian armies aligned Free shipping over $Cited by: Frederick the Great on the art of war by Friedrich II King of Prussia; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Military education, Strategy, Military leadership, Military History, Military art and science, History; Places: Germany, Prussia, Prussia (Germany); People: Frederick II King of Prussia (); Times: 18th century.
A major player in the war was Frederick the Great (–), the king of Prussia and a great military leader. The first major work on the monarch and his role in the war for more than a century, this book sheds light on many aspects of military and European history.
Frederick’s terrifying father instilled in him a stern military discipline that would make the future king one of the most fearsome battlefield commanders of his day, while deriding as effeminate his son’s passion for modern ideas and fine art.
Frederick, driven to surpass his father’s legacy, challenged the dominant German-speaking 5/5(1). Frederick the Great (), King of Prussia, initiated the Seven Years' War in ; outfought the formidable French, Russian, and Austrian armies aligned against him; and established Prussia as a major power, thereby decisively influencing the next two centuries of European : Jay Luvaas.
The Army Of Frederick The Great. Second Edition. Author: Christopher Duffy. Hardback Helion & Company mm x mm pages 61 b/w ills, 2 b/w photos, 24 b/w maps, 14 diags. £ £ including FREE UK delivery. Despatched within working days. Frederick made many mistakes, but his will and determination ensured success.
While the sections about Frederick’s childhood and reign are well-written and informative, it is the war coverage that will win over readers looking for a different view of the Seven Years’ War.
Born inFrederick William II, known as Frederick the Great, was the third Hohenzollern King of Prussia. Although Prussia had been an influential and important part of the Holy Roman Empire for centuries, under Frederick’s rule the small kingdom rose to the status of a Great European Power and had a lasting effect on European politics in general and Germany specifically.
But in the case of Frederick the Great, it's almost inevitable. It was thanks to Frederick that, during the 18th century, Prussia became one of the dominant powers of Europe.5/5.No government can exist without taxation.
The money must necessarily be levied on the people; and the grand art consists of levying so as not to oppress. Frederick The Great. Art, Government, People. If I wished to punish a province, I would have it governed by philosophers. Frederick The Great.
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