The principles of strategy, illustrated mainly from American campaigns.
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|U15 .W47 v.12 1893||
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Campaigns.
United States -- History, Military.
West Point military library.
362 pages illustrations, maps, plans 24 cm.
Reprint of the 1894 ed.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 11-13).
General definitions -- An army on the march -- The organiztion and size of armies -- The strategic chess-board -- The essential elements of strategy -- The Atlanta campaign, 1864 -- The different kinds of strategy -- Regular strategy -- Grant's Overland campaign, 1864 -- Operating independently of a base -- Operating from a base -- Illustrations of counter-offensive operation -- Operating behind and about the enemy's base -- Tactical strategy -- Tactical strategy -- continued -- Tactics as a factor of strategy -- Strategy as a factor in tactics -- Jackson's Valley campaign, 1862 -- Political strategy -- British operations in Georgia, the Carolinas, and Virginia, 1776-1781 -- War and strategy in general -- The Shiloh campaign, 1862 -- The Vicksburg campaign, 1863, including Grierson's raid through Mississippi.
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