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ON WAR

ON WAR

By Carl von Clausewitz
Read by Martyn Swain
29 hours 20 minutes

On War was first published in 1832, at a time when muskets and cavalry were a dominating presence on the battlefield. Yet in the 21st century it remains a much-read and studied treatise on the subject – perhaps the most important European classic of its kind – and this despite the author’s demise before he could finish what was an extended review of the whole subject of military strategy. Continue Reading →