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" ... the original political objects can greatly alter during the course of the war and may finally change entirely since they are influenced by events and their probable consequences. "
Essays on Strategy 12 - Page 150
edited by - 1996 - 415 pages
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The Art and Practice of Military Strategy

George Edward Thibault - 1984 - 918 pages
...As we shall see, the difference is important, but at this stage we must take a broader view because _] ;? ۟ ߾ / go? ?߈ _ 0 f v _ f8 ߅ ...O++ s[ rlTb aUA I j +, - 4' +d U Q ' Ui H P Ί The question now arises how success can be made more likely. One way, of course, is to choose objectives...
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The Elements of Confederate Defeat: Nationalism, War Aims, and Religion

1988 - 261 pages
...to them," and "the original political objects can gready alter during the course of the war and many finally change entirely since they are influenced by events and their probable consequences. " Just as the Union had added the extinction of slavery to its original war aim of preservation of...
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Why the South Lost the Civil War

1991 - 630 pages
...wrote, "must vary with the nature of their motives and of the situations which gave rise to them," and "the original political objects can greatly alter during the course of the war and many finally change entirely since they are influenced by events and their probable consequences."...
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Independent Management and Financial Review: Yucca Mountain Project, Nevada

DIANE Publishing Company - 438 pages
...(Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1986). For the experiences of World War II, see, Geoffrey Ferret, There's A War to be Won (New York: Random House, 1991)....basic account can be found in, Douglas S. Blaufarb, The Count erinsur gen cy Era: US Doctrine and Performance (New York: Random House, 1977). 61. For an...
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Retreat to Victory?: Confederate Strategy Reconsidered

Robert G. Tanner - 2001 - 198 pages
...war's outset, came to be seen as the only remaining path to independence. As Clausewitz had understood, "the original political objects can greatly alter...since they are influenced by events and their probable consequences."39 There is no better example of this insight than that found in the annals of the Confederate...
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Political Control Over the Use of Force: A Clausewitzian Perspective

...begins. Asthewar progresses "the original political objects can greatly alter duringthecourse of thewar and may finally change entirely since they are influenced by events and their probable consequences." 64 This provides one more reason why Clausewitz holds that the logic of war comes from outside itself....
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