!!> Reading ➼ Understanding Defeat: How to Recover from Loss in Battle to Gain Victory in War ➵ Author Trevor N. Dupuy – Sigilo.us

!!> Reading ➼ Understanding Defeat: How to Recover from Loss in Battle to Gain Victory in War ➵ Author Trevor N. Dupuy – Sigilo.us
  • Hardcover
  • Understanding Defeat: How to Recover from Loss in Battle to Gain Victory in War
  • Trevor N. Dupuy
  • English
  • 05 July 2017
  • 9781557780997

Understanding Defeat: How to Recover from Loss in Battle to Gain Victory in WarThe Author Begins By Exploring The Losing Experience Of Combat Soldiers, Including Some Of The Great Captains Of History Hannibal, Genghis Khan, Turenne, And Frederick, Among Others Discussed Next Are The Various Factors That Contribute To Military Loss, From Failures Of Command To Circumstances Beyond Individual Commander S Control This Is Followed By The Lessons Of Famous Defeats In History From The Campaigns Of Napoleon To Those Of Grant And Lee, From The Battle Of The Yalu River To The Huertgen Forest With Numerous Charts And Graphs, Supplemented By Appendices Describing The Principles Of Battle Analysis And How To Simulate Defeat With Computers, Understanding Defeat Is An Entertaining Volume For The Military Buff And An Invaluable Resource For Commanders, Analysts, And Wargamers Colonel Trevor Dupuy Has Long Argued That The Human Element Is Not Well Understood By Military Planners Understanding Defeat Sheds Light On The Human And Ethical Aspects Of Warfare Which, If Not Understood, Will Lead To Unnecessary Losses In Future Conflicts For Those Interested In The Art Of War, This Is A Vital Contribution Edward C Meyer, General, U.S Army Ret

Trevor Dupuy attended West Point, graduating in the class of 1938 During World War II he commanded a U.S Army artillery battalion, a Chinese artillery group, and an artillery detachment from the British 36th Infantry Division He was always proud of the fact that he had combat time in Burma than any other American, and received decorations for service or valour from the U.S., British, and C

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