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Most of the works in this collection of treatises on the art of war (the majority of which are in French) have never been reprinted since their initial publication. However, all are considered classics of the genre and are often quoted by historians, military writers and political scientists. Of great bibliographic and historic interest.

Works by Jansenius, Grotius, Hobbes, Rousseau, Frederick the Great, Charles d’Autriche, Napoleon, Jomini, St.-Cyr, Wellington, Scharnhorst, Clausewitz, Grant, Sherman, Moltke, Dragomirov, Schlieffen and Foch are included. Please inquire for a complete title list.

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